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MARYLAND RECORDS 

COLONIAL, REVOLUTIONARY, COUNTY 
AND CHURCH 

FROM 

ORIGINAL SOURCES 



BY 

GAIUS MARCUS BRUMBAUGH, M.S., M.D., Litt.D. 
WASHINGTON, D. C. 



99 FACSIMILE ILLUSTRATIONS 



VOLUME II 



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PREFACE 

Volume I of this publication appeared in 191 5. Since that time there 
has been a frequently repeated demand for the publication of the existing 
remainder of the Maryland Colonial Census of 1776, and the same is here 
made available (pp. 79-230, partly in facsimile). The other facsimile 
records of West St. Mary's Manor (pp. xi) and the State of His Lordship's 
Manors (Frontispiece and pp. 4-78) contain the names and ages of settlers 
of yet earlier periods and all these records will be found valuable. The 
Colonial Census and the Lord Baltimore records are so large in size and 
often so indistinct in preservation, and of such varying construction, that 
special code treatment has been necessary. A careful study of the ex- 
planation given at the beginning of each of these sections is necessary and 
will quickly enable the reader to understand and use the materials as 
published. 

Many of the names of the Colonial period were phonetically and other- 
wise poorly spelled. The spellings found in the original records have been 
followed and an effort to assist the reader is made throughout the com- 
prehensive index. Page 184, "Shurlotter Mitchel" is evidently Charlotte 
M itchel ; page 1 85 , " Elexander Larance "is probably Alexander Lawrence ; 
page 259, Charles "Ginings" is probably Jennings; etc. The searcher 
should constantly keep in thought the possible phonetic variations of the 
names being sought in the index. 

Negative and positive photostatic copies and the original records them- 
selves, and a reading glass, were used in preparing this volume. In cases 
of extreme importance to the reader, or of doubt as to the published 
spelling, it may be well to refer to the original record the location of which 
is usually mentioned throughout the volume. Photostatic copies of many 
of these original records may be obtained from the Maryland Historical 
Society, custodian of the State Archives, or from the author. 

The last section of page 136, as deciphered by means of a reading glass 
appears to be: 

James Mather 53 Mary Mather 20 

Jemimah (?) Mather 57 Jeremiah Mather — 

Michael Alather 25 Darby Dwur 40 

Thomas Mather 23 Lucy Morgan, Svts 25 

The indistinct portion of page 300 has been supplied on page 308. 
The number of times a name appears upon a given page is often indicated 
thus: " (2)." However, it is well to glance through the entire page as the 



vi PREFACE 

name may appear as "Sr." and "Junr." yet be indexed only once on the 
page. The reader will be much interested in tracing the same person 
through several classes of records at different ages of the person. 

Numerous co-workers who secured and suggested important source 
records for this volume since its preparation began, have passed to the 
other life, and it is a pleasure to record full appreciation for their assistance. 
The Right Reverend Alfred Harding, D.D., Bishop of Washington, 
mentioned in the Preface to Vol. I, ga\e direction to my first researches 
and frequently expressed his continued interest and approval. The "Broad 
Creek Records," etc., are as a result ready for publication in Vol. III. 
Governor Edwin W'arfield who died in April, 1920, and who, as President 
of the Md. Historical Society, placed many of its historical treasures at 
my disposal. Mr. James Walter Thomas kindly and freely granted 
copyright use (p. 208) from his important "Chronicles of Maryland." 
Mr. George W. Hodges carefully transcribed the Anne Arundel Co. 
Marriages (p. 415) and the Worcester Parish Records (p. 579), and the 
late Dr. \A'm. Tayloe Snyder materially assisted in securing various 
Episcopal Church Records. 

Among the numerous living helpers it is a pleasure to acknowledge the 
cooperation of the officers of the Maryland Historical Society, and especially 
the continuous interest and active assistance of Mr. Charles Fickus, acting 
Librarian, and, recently, of Dr. J. Hall Pleasants, Chairman of its Publica- 
tion Conunittee. Mr. Francis Barnum Culver, Registrar General, N. S. 
Sons of American Revolution, and also prominent officer in various other 
national patriotic societies, has closely followed the progress of the work 
and has kindly written the Introduction. Mr. Arthur Sullivan Browne, 
Register of Rock Creek Parish has shown his active cooperation through- 
out the years, and the materials to be published in Vol. Ill will more fully 
show the results of his interest. To all those mentioned and to the various 
other Church and County officers and to all the friends who have assisted 
in making this volume possible, including my wife who extensively assisted 
in the preparation of the index, and to the Lancaster Press, Inc., printers, 
I express most cordial thanks. 



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Washington, D. C, 
January ii, 1928. 



INTRODUCTION 

Men generally are satisfied with a superficial brand of knowledge and 
usually that knowledge is confined to a few subjects of common interest. 
Their attitude is based for the most part upon the practical value of ma- 
terial things, and whatever seems less likely to yield profit or personal 
advantage is consistently ignored. 

There are some minds however, which delight in probing beneath the 
surface and in exploring neglected by-paths in search of hidden treasures. 
For those who are so inclined, the Maryland Historical Society of Balti- 
more provides a fertile field, a veritable mine of historical lore. 

In this volume of Maryland Records and in the volume which preceded 
it, Dr. Gaius M. Brumbaugh, the compiler and author, has culled from a 
mass of material in the Society's possession, and from numerous other 
original sources, a prodigious amount of data heretofore little known and 
not generally accessible. 

The contents of this work are remarkably interesting and valuable in 
every respect; particularly, from the genealogical view-point. An examin- 
ation of the Table of Contents of this volume will show how extensive the 
field is, and a study of the text will reveal a discerning and discriminating 
sense on the part of the compiler. 

The lists of Maryland marriages, the transcripts of the church records 
of various counties of the State, the census reports of the inhabitants, the 
data from the early Rent Rolls and Land Books, and perhaps most in- 
teresting to patriotic societies, the section devoted to Maryland Revolu- 
tionary War pensioners, constitute a collection of historical material which 
will make Dr. Brumbaugh's work indispensable as a book of reference. 
A voluminous index adds to the value of the whole. 



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Washington, D. C, 
December 17, 1927. 



Contents of Volume II 



Preface v 

Introduction vii 

Contents ix 

West St. Mary's Manor (Facsimiles) xi 

State of His Lordship's Manor, 1766, 1767, 1768 and Frontispiece 1-78 

Kent County, 1766 (I); November, 1766 (II); 1766 (III) 4-14 

Anne Arundel County, 1767, 1770 17- 22 

Charles County, Calverton Manor, i 767 23 

Pangaiah Manor, January, 1768 28 

Zachaiah Manor, February, 1768 29 

Dorchester County, Nanticoke Manor, November, 1767 35 

Gunpowder Manor, March, 1767 39 

Frederick County, Conegocheague Manor, 1767, 1768 43- 48 

MoNocACY Manor, 1767, April, 1768 51- 60 

St. Mary's County, Beaverd.\m Manor, March, 1768 63- 68 

Chaptico Manor, January, 1768 68- 71 

Mill Manor, January, 1768 72- 73 

Snow Hill Manor, January, 1768 73- 74 

West St. Mary's Manor, February, 1768, (See ?) 74- 75 

Woolsey Manor, December, 1767 75- 78 

Census of 1776 79-230 

Caroline County, Bredge Town Hundred 79- 85 

Dorchester County, Nantacoake Hundred 87- 96 

Straight's Hundred 97-102 

Transquakin Hundred 102-1 10 

Harford County, Broad Creek Hundred 113-118 

Bush River Lower Hundred (Facsimiles) 121-137 

Spesutia Lower Hundred (Facsimiles) 141-158 

Deer Creek Lower Hundred 159-167 

Harford Lower Hundred 168-174 

Susquehannah Hundred 174-194 

Queen Ann's County, Town Hundred 197-205 

Upper Hundred, Kent Island 205-208 

Wye Hundred (Facsimiles) 209-214 

Talbot County, Bay Hundred 217-222 

Mill Hundred 223-228 

Tuckahoe Hundred 228-230 

Oaths of Fidelity and Support 233-308 

Harford County 233-248 

Prince George's County (Facsimiles) 251-308 

Early Maryland Naturalizations, Kilty's L.wvs 311-313 

Revolutionary War Pensions, Kilty's Laws, Some Original Commissions, etc.. . . 314-411 



X CONTENTS OF VOLUME II 

Marriage Records 415-598 

Anne Arundel County 415-487 

Charles County 488-497 

Frederick County 497-513 

Montgomery County 513-522 

Washington County 522-534 

St. Mary's County 535-536 

Ministerial Records of Prince George's Parish, Montgomery County: — 

Baptisms, Marriages, Funerals 539-571 

Tombstone Records, Trinity Church, St. Mary's City 572-579 

St. Martin's Records, Worcester Parish, Worcester County 579-589 

Worcester County Marriages 590-595 

Maryland and Delaware Marriages, Rev. George Moore, 1789-1810 595-598 

Index 599 



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<'State of His Lordship's Manors," 1766, 1767, 
1768. Rent Rolls — Partial Census 

"Frederick the sixth, last Lord Baltimore, was born Feb. 6, 1731/2. 
His guardians, during the brief period of his minority which remained 
after his succession to the title, were John Sharpe, Esq., a barrister, and 
the Right Honorable Arthur Onslow, Speaker of the House of Commons." * 

" , Frederick, it was admitted, enjoyed from this heritage at the 

time of his marriage in 1753 [to Lady Diana Egerton, who d. Aug. 1758] 
a yearly revenue of £9,500, and at the time of his death in 1771, the 
amount had increased to £12,000." f 

Mr. Arthur Trader, C. C. Land Commissioner's Office, Annapolis, Md., 
writes: "We have never published a list of Manors as recorded in our 
records, as the office has always considered them to be private estate of 
the Lords Baltimore, and would properly belong to the separate estate of 
the Proprietary." 

"All of these lands were either sold by private sale, before the Revolu- 
tion, or by the Intendent of the Revenue, as confiscated British property. 
They were not sold under their Manor names, but as seated farm lands." 

The following reports are carefully prepared for printing from photo- 
static copies of the original unbound and much worn record book, extend- 
ing across 2 pp. each 12V2" X 17V2", and from a few separate sheets. 
It has seemed impractical to here reproduce these large sheets in facsimile, 
and they represent the discoveries to date amongst the historical treasures 
of this character in the Maryland Archives. They are published through 
the cooperation and courtesy of the Maryland Historical Society. 

Abbreviations Adopted for Column Headings to Conserve Space. 

[i], [2], etc. — "No. of Lot or Plat." (K) — "Price per Acre." 

(A) — "Date of Lease." (L) — "On What Lives or Term of 

(B) — "To Whom Leased." Years," "now held." 

(C) — "No. of Acres." (M) — "Ages of the Persons men- 

(D) — "Tenant in Pofsefsion." tioned in the Lease & other 

(E) — "Annual Rent." remarks." 

(F) — "Alien\ Fine," "Fines Due." (M ^ ) — "Incumbrances or Lives 

(G) — "QuaHty of the Land." and Ages." 

(H) — " Improvements." 

* "The Lords Baltimore and the Maryland Palatinate" Clayton Colman Hall, p. 162. 
t Ibid., pp. 166, 167. 
2 I 



MARYLAND RECORDS 



Note: 

" Dead " and " Expired," wherever written in " (M) " appear in a hand- 
writing different from the excellent writing of the various reports. 

The ages of the Lessees, see " (L)," " (M)," (M ^ ), appear to be calcu- 
lated as for 1766, 1767, 1768, as given on each Manor List. This is 
valuable genealogical source material. G. M. B. 

Summary of the State of Lord Baltimore's Mannours, i766-'68. 

The half sheets 12 X 19V4 in great detail present the report of Hor°. 
Sharpe and Danl. Dulany. 

"Bills of Exchange Remitted" 

1766, Nov. I, By the Ship Baltimore 
November 20, By the Ship Matthias 
December 7, By the Ship Brandon 

1767, March 11, By the Ship Leeds 
June 14, By the Ship Elizabeth 
July 30, By the Ship Betsey 

Sept. 3, By the Ship S 

Sept. 14, By the Ship Neptune 
Sept. 15, By the Ship Samuel 
Novem. 2, By the Baltimore Packet 
Novem. 24, By the Ship Lord Legonier, 

1768, Apr. 19, By John Morton Jordan, Esq"' 

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This report covers a total of £10,341. 
nours" in the order as reported: * 



14. 5 and the following "Man- 



Ann Arundel, 

Conegocheague, 

Queen Anne, 

Gunpowder, 

Chaptico, 

Collington, 

Calverton, 

Kent, 

Beaverdam, 

Zachariah, 

Nanticoke, 

West St. Mary's, 



io,68o'/8 acres. 
11,586 acres. 

6,000 a. 

7.26578 a. 
18,546 a. 

1,29778 a. 

7,230 a. 

8,000 a. 

7,680 a. 

9,637 a. 

5-449 a. 

3,091 a. 



* Those desiring further details are referred to the originals preserved by the Maryland His- 
torical Society, which kindly furnished the photostatic copies from which these records are taken. 



RENT ROLLS— PARTIAL CENSUS 



Mill, 
Woolsey, 
Snow Hill, 1 
St. John's, j- 
St. Barbara's, j 
Manockacy, 
North East, 
Elk, 

Wecomico, 
My Ladys, 



2,696 a. 
3,i3iV8a. 

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Plat not yet returned. 

Ditto. 

Ditto. 

Not yet surveyed. 

..-_, j^, Suit depending about this. 

Connaught, This is the Man^ that was granted Col°. Talbot. 
Woolcote, 200 a. Cut off by the Div-isional Line. 
White Plains, 812 a. Escheat. 
Abbington, 109 a. Escheat. 

Total contents on Survey 114,63378 a.; — Quantity now for Sale 
69,73678 a.; Quantity Sold, 17,01574 a. for 18341. 14. 5; etc. 



State of His Lordships Manor in Kent County, 
1766. (I) 

[12]. (A) 1731, Sept'. 9**".; (B) John Keeting; (D) William Keeting; 
(C) 100; (E) o. 10. o; (L) William & ]\Iar>' Keeting. 

[36]. (A) Ditto; (B) Samuel Norris; (D) Rachel Hynson; (C) 56; 
(E) o. 5. 7V2; (L) Sam'. & Rich"*. Norris. This Lease was for 95 acres, 
39 acres of which runs into other lands. 

[48]. Sept'. 29; (B) Rebecca Taylor; (D) Bartus Finer; (C) 

133; (E) o. 13. 4; (L) Bartus Finer. 

[11]. (A) 1738, Nov. 7; (B) James Wallace; (D) John Beesley; (C) 
64; (E) o. 6. 6; (L) Mary Beesley. 

[41]. (A) 1742, June 5; (B) Anthony Camron; (D) John Maxwell; 
(C) 130; (E) o. 13. o; (L) William Maxwell & And". Jemison. 

[47]. (A) Ditto; (B) John Burgan; (D) William Merrit; (C) 30; (E) 
o. 3. o; (L) James & Benjamin Burgin. 

[54^. (A) , July 9; (B) John Greenwood; (D) John Greenwood; 

(C) 98; (E) o. 9. II ; (L) John Greenwood, Sen'. [& Joseph Greenwood is 
crossed out^. 

[4]. (A) , Aug*. 20; (B) John Cove; (D) William Waters; (C) 96; 

(E) o. 9. 7V2; (L) Elizabeth Cove & Job Cove, Jun'. [Crossed out "John 
Job Cove, quere if all alive."] 

[42]. (A) Ditto; (B) Isaac Ridgrave; (D) Isaac Ridgrave; (C) 134; 
(E) o. 13. 6; (L) Isaac Ridgrave, Jun'., Danniell [?] & Eliz: Ridgrave. 

[25]. (A) 1744, July 26; (B) Tho». Ferkins; (D) Tho». Ferkins; (C) 
140; (E) o. 14. o; (L) Tho'. & Isaac Ferkins & Mathias Harris. 

[46]. (A) 1743, Feby. 6; (B) John Fage; (D) Rob*. Maxwell; (C) 11; 
(E) o. I. i; (L) William Thornton [Crossed out but legible] "Lessor 
removed from ■ — — 29, 1762 or 21 years. 

[46]. (A) 1745, June 10; (B) John Fage; (D) Ditto; (C) 30; (E) o. 3. 
o; (L) Jeremiah Luther "Burchmall." 

[46]. (A) Ditto; (B) John Fage; (D) Ditto; (C) 50; (E) o. 5- o; (L) 
Aquilla & Mary Fage. 

[30]. (A) Dec. 20; (B) John Cleaves; (D) John Cleaves; (C) 

400; (E) 2. o. o; (L) John Cleaves. 

[18]. (A) Ditto; (B) John Wallace, Sen'.; (D) Fhil Warner; (C) 53; 
(E) o. 5. 4; (L) John Wallace, Jun'. 

[5]. (A) 1746, April 18; (B) Geo. Garnet; (D) Dennis "Thahon" 
[Shahon?]; (C) 114; (E) o. 11. 5; (L) George Thomas & George Garnet, 
Jun'. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 5 

[2]. (A) Sep^ 29; (B) William Walls; (D) Henry Bodien; (C) 

114; (E)o. II.6; (L) William & Sam I.Walls. 

CssH- (A) , Ditto; (B) James Greenwood; (D) Sam'. Groome; 

(C) 160; (E) o. 16. o; (L) Jane Greenwood. 

[31]. (A.) , Ditto; (B) Eliz: Hickman; (D) Tho». Gilbert; (C) 

90; (E) o. 9. o; (L) John & Eliz: Hickman. 

[46]. (A) .Ditto; (B) Eliz: Hickman; (D) Robert Maxwell ; (C) 

15V4; (E) o. I. 7V4; (L) John & Eliz: Hickman. 

[3]. (A) 1747, April 7; (B) Henry Brooke; (D) Henry Bodun; (C) 
184; (E) o. 18. 5; (L) Robert Peacock [& Mary Brooks, quere Mary 
Brooke, stricken out]. 

[16]. (A) , May 15; (B) Sarah Dier; (D) Ditto; (C) 90; (E) o. 

9. o; (L) Tenant at will. 

[No. 37]. (A) 1753, April ID'"; (B) William Walls; (D) William Walls; 
(C) 120; (E) o. 12. 0; (L) Elizabeth, Samuel & Eliz: Walls, Jun^ 

[10]. (A) 1747, May 15; (B) John Graham; (D) John Graham; (C) 
31 ; (L) John & James Graham. 

[57]. (A) Ditto; (B) Suttor [?] Burger; (D) John Burger; (C) 13; 
(E) o. 1.4; (L) One Life Sarah Burger ["Two Lives John Moris Burger &" 
are stricken out]. "Lease 18 acres." 

[263. (A) 1743, Aug'. 5; (B) John Shawhan; (D) John Shawhan; (C) 
130; (E) o. 13. o; (L) John, Elizabeth & John Shawhan, Jun^ 

[51]. (A) 1748, Jan". 25; (B) Mary Dining; (D) Annas Glenn; (C) 
100; (E) o. 10. o; (L) Mary, James & John Dining. 

[40]. (A) 1 75 1, May 9; (B) Susannah Hudson; (D) J Jobson; 

(C) 83; (E) o. 8. 4; (L) Moses & Mary Hudson. 

[28]. (A) Ditto; (B) James Hudson; (D) Hudson; (C) 50; (E) 

o. 5. o; (L) Moses & Sarah Hudson, "quere." 

[44]. (A) , October 24; (B) John Tilden; (D) W Tilden; 

(C) 190; (E) I. I. o; (L) William Blay Tilden & John Withered. 

[38]. (A) 1752, Aug'. 20; (B) Peirce Lamb; (D) Peirce Lamb; (C) 
197; (E) o. 19. 8; (L) Peirce, George & John Lamb. 

[11]. (A) 1753, Feb", i; (B) John Maxwell; (D) Maxwell; (C) 

; (E) o. 4. 10^4 ; (L) John & Rob'. Maxwell, Jun^ & Rob'. Maxwell, 

younger. 

[29]. (A) , April 20; (B) John Maxwell; (D) John Maxwell; (C) 

200; (E) I. o. 0; (L) James [torn]. 

[50]. (A) , April 6; (B) Robert Guy; (D) Robert Guy; (C) 80; 

(E) o. 8. o; (L) Robert, Penelope & John Guy, Son of Rob'. 

[20]. (A) Ditto; (B) John Graham; (D) John Graham; (C) 142; (E) 
o. 14. 3; (L) John, James & Andrew Graham. 

[49]. (A) .April 10; (B) Andrew Hynson; (D) Bartus Finer; (C) 

38; (E) o. 3. 972; (L) Andrew, Sarah & Thomas Hynson. 



6 MARYLAND RECORDS— KENT COUNTY 

[19]. (A) Ditto; (B) Ebenezer Reyner; (D) Ebenezer Reyner; (C) 
360; (E) I. 16. o; (L) Eben^ Reyner [Amilia & Maynard are stricken 
out]. 

[46]. (A) Ditto; (B) John Page; (D) Robert Maxwell; (C) 146; (E) 
o. 14. 6; (L) Aquilla Page. 

[46]. (A) , August 10; (B) John Page; (D) Ditto; (C) 25; (E) 

o. 2. 6; (L) Aquilla & Mary Page. 

[51]. (A) 1753, April id; (B) Mary Thear; (D) Annas Glenn; (C) 15; 
(E) 0. 2. o; (L) Richard & John Scago & Lessee. 

[43]- (A) 1747, June 25; (B) William Rasin; (D) Wm. Wothered; 
(C) 230; (E) I. 3. o; (L) William & John Wothered. 

[17]. (A) 1740, Nov^ 6; (B) Corn=. Rain; (D) Jacob Falkner; (C) 
79; (E) o. 7. 11; (L) Lives unknown, gone away many years ago Lives 
Com=. Rain & Joseph & Ruth his Son & Daughter. Com^ Rain seen 
ab°. 2 years ago. 

[6]. (A) 1745, Dec 20; (B) John Gilbert; (D) John Gilbert; (C) 
180V2 ; (E) o. 19. 8V2 ; (L) John & Thos Gilbert & Sam. Merrit. Leased for 
200 acres but by order of the agent resurveyed & found to contain 180^/2 
acres. 

[30]. (A) 1735, Sep'. i»».; (B) Job Cove [Cave?]; (D) John Gleaves; 
(C) 50; (E) o. 5. o; (L) Lives unknown, gone away many years ago, 
supposed to be Dead. 

[9]- (A) 1746, June 7; (B) Henry Spencer; (D) Sarah Mullin; (C) 24; 
(E) o. 2. 5; (L) Tenant at will. 

[13]. (A) 1760, Aug'. ; (B) JohnW^allace; (D) John Wallace; (C) 

104; (E) I. 0. 10; (L) John & Mary Wallace «& Ja\ Graham. 

[53]. (A) , Aug. 12; (B) Francis Lamb; (D) Francis Lamb; (C) 

214; (E) 2. 2. 10; (L) Francis, John & Tho». Lamb. 

[54]. (A) , Ditto; (B) John Greenwood; (D) John Greenwood; 

(C) 5; (E) o. 0. 11; (L) John Greenwood, Sen'. John Greenwood, Jun'. & 
Fc CJo?] Greenwood son of John, Jun'. The last Life gone away, not 
been found. 

[i]. (A) ■ , Aug'. 14; (B) Tho». Perkins; (D) Isaac Perkins; (C) 

62; (E) o. 12. 6; (L) Isaac Perkins, John Brooks & Sam'. Mansfield. 

[7]. (A) , Ditto; (B) John Wallace; (D) Philip Warner; (C) 13; 

(E) o. 2. 6; (L) John & Francis Wallace, Sons of Lessee. 

[24]. (A) , Aug'. 18; (B) Hezekiah Cooper; (D) Hez\ Cooper; 

(C) 170; (E) I. 14. o; (L) Hez''. & Peregrine Cooper their son. [Ft 
appears likely that Mary Cooper is written above "&" and is crossed out. 
"Wm Jones" is also crossed out]. 

[14]. (A) , Ditto; (B) Hannah Billis; (D) Alphonso Cornegys; 

(C) 30; (E) o. 6. o; (L) Lives in Being, unknown, ["all alive," in different 
handwriting]. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 7 

[No. 8]. (A) , Aug*. 19; (B) George Little; (D) George Little; 

(C) 195; (E) I. 19. 0; (L) George, Mary his wife & Ann Little. 

[No. 8]. (A) , Ditto; (B) George Little; (D) Ditto; (C) 9; (E) 

o. 2. o; (L) Same Lives. 

[6]. (A) 1760, Aug'. 14*^; (B) John Gilbert; (D) John Gilbert; (C) 
18; (E) o. 4. o; (L) John, Ann & John Gilbert, Jun^ 

[33]- (A.) 1764, Feby. 18; (B) Stephen Dening; (D) Stephen Dening; 
(C) 86; (E) o. 17. 4; (L) 21 years. 84 acres in all. 

[22]. (A) 1763, Sept'. 10; (B) John Wallace; (D) John Wallace; (C) 
163; (E) I. 12. 7V2; (L) 21 years. 

[35]. (A) 1764, Feb''. 18; (B) John Day; (D) Bartus Finer Guard", of 
J. Day; (C) 141; (E) i. 8. 3; (L) 21 years. 

[34]. (A) , Ditto; (B) Arim\ Day; (D) Bartus Finer; (C) 121; 

(E) I. 4. 3; (L) 21 years. 

[27]. (A) , March 2''.; (B) John Hudson; (D) Ruth Hudson; (C) 

62; (E) o. 12. 5V2; (L) 21 years. 

[23]. (A) ,3d; (B) John Graham; (D) John Graham; (C) 18V4; 

(E) o. 3. 9; (L) 21 years. 

[52]. (A) , June 9; (B) George Lamb; (D) George Lamb; (C) 57; 

(E) o. II. 6; (L) 21 years. 

[15]- (A) , Oct'. 24; (B) John March; (D) John March; (C) 

247 V2; (E) 2. 9. 6; (L) 21 years. 

[ ]. (C) 6; (E) o. I. 4; (L) Not under Lease, Church Land p<*. by 

the Vestry. 

[39]. (A) 1747, Aug', i; (B) Robert Hart; (D) Robert Hart; (C) 450; 
(E) 2. 5. o; (L) Held by Robert Hart of Cecil County. Terms of the 
Lease not known to the Steward. 

Totals: (C) 7015V2; (E) 43- I7- 19V2. 

[32]. (A) 1752, April i; (B) Beale Bordley; (D) Said Bordley; (C) 
75; (E) o. 7. 6; (L) Said Beale Bordley, Margaret Beardley & Loyd 
Dulany. 



" Kent County, November, 1766." (II) 

"This Manor Laid off May i," .* 

(L) William Keeting & Mary Keeting, his Son & Daughter; (M) 
William 50 & Mary about 53 years of age. Mary Dead. 

(L) Samuil Norris & Richard Norris; (M) Sam'. ab°. 48 & Richard 40. 
Leased for 95 acres, 39 acres in other . 

(L) Bartus Finer; (M) Bartus Finer 47 — assigned Apr. 12, 1743. 
Capons due. 

(L) Rob'. [?] Jeremiah & John Cove, all left this Frovince many years 
ago; (M) quere. Alienations due. 

(L) Mary Beesley, Daughter of the Lessee; (M) Mary Beesley aged 
about 30. 

(L) Lessee, Joseph & Ruth Rain his Son & Daughter; (M) Father 
bought from John Walls & Walls from the Lessee, no assignment from the 
Lessee to Walls. Lives all moved to Carolina about 15 years ago. 

(L) William Maxwell, Son of Rob'. & Andrew Jemeson; (M) Wm. 
Maxwell 47, A. Jemeson 30, left by will from Camron to Maxw — . 

(L) James & Benjamin Burgan, Sons of the Lessee; (M) James ab°. 25 & 
Benj''. ab°. 24 — Vide the Date of the Lease. 

(L) Lessee; (M) Aged upwards of 70 years. 

(L) Lessee, Job Cove Jun'. & Eliz: Cove; (M) Lives all left the Frovince 
quere gone & if Dead or Living. 

(L) Damsell, Eliz: & Isaac Ridgrane, Wife, Son & Daughter of Lessee; 
(M) Damsell ab°. 50, Eliz: 28, Isaac 26. 

(L) Lessee, Elizabeth his Wife & John Shawhon his Son ; (M) Lessee 51, 
wife 50 & son about 27. 

(L) Lessee, Isaac Ferkins, Son of Ebenezer & Mathias Harris (dead); 
(M) Lessee 42 (Dead), Isaac Perkins 25, & Math'. Harris 50. 

(L) Aquila Fage & William Burchnell; (M) Aquila Fage, 22, Wm. 
Burchnell 30. 

(L) Qejremiah Luther Burchnell; (M) Aged about 30 years. 

(L) John Cleaves; (M) John Cleaves about 28. 

(L) John Wallace; (M) John Wallace about 22. Dead & the Land 
Sold. 

(L) Lessee, Thomas & George Garnett his Sons; (M) Lessee, 60, Dead, 
Thomas 30, Dead, George 28, Quere Fine. 2 Lives Dead. 

(L) Lessee & Samuel Walls his Son; (M) Lessee about — . Dead, 
Samuel 33. Quere Fine. 

* But the right half of the record survives, — torn and irregular. See Frontispiece. 

8 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 9 

(L) Jane Greenwood; (M) Aged 25 yrs. Assign''. ^'^ Feby. 1755, 
Consideration £20 . 

(L) John «& Elizabeth Hickman, Son & Daughter of Lessee; (M) John 
25, Eliz: ab°. 30, quere Fine. 

(L) Same Lives. 

(L) Tenant at will. 

(L) Robert Peacock Jun'. & Mary Brooks; (M) Peacock ab°. 23, Mary 
Brooks abo Dead, Bodier Guard, i Life dropt. 

(L) Tenant at will. 

(L) Lessee & his Son James Graham. 

(L) John Morris Burgan & Sarah Burgan; (M) J. M. Burgan Dead. 
Lives both under 30. N. B. Lease mentions 18 acres. 

(L) William Wethered & John Wethered. 

(L) Lessee & his Son, James Hart; (M) Lessee about 60, James about 
30, Dead. 

(L) Lessee, Thomas Gilbert & Samuel Merritt; (M) Lessee ab°. 40, 
Thomas 30 & Samuel 22, Leased for 200 acres but resuryey'd & contains 
only 180V2 by order of the Agent. 

(L) Lessee & his Sons James & John Deming; (M) Lessee 40 Dead, 
James 23, John 21. N. B. Glenn holds 12 acres on his lease & another for 
15 acres. 

(L) Moses & Mary Hudson, children of the Lessee; (M) Moses 16, 
Mary 20, by assignment consid". £130 Capons in . 

(L) Moses & Sarah Brother & Sister of the Lessee; (M) Moses 16, 
Sarah 17. 

(L) William Blay [May?] Tilden & John Wethered. 

(L) Lessee, Margaret his Wife & Loyd Dulany. 

(L) Lessee, George & John Lamb, his Brothers; (M) Lessee 34, George 
30, John 27. 

(L) Lessee, Robert Maxwell Son of Robert & Robert Maxwell Son 
of Wm.; (M) Lessee 40, Robert, Son of Robert 30, Robert, Son of 
Wm. 13. 

(L) Lessee, Penelope his Wife & John Guy his Son; (M) Lessee 45, 
Penelope 40, John the Son 16. 

(L) John Graham, James & Andrew his Sons; (M) John 48, Dead, 
James 24 Dead, Andrew 21. 

(L) Lessee, Thomas «& Sarah his Children; (M) Lessee 40, Thomas 30, 
Sarah 15. Wrong Information abo. Lives. 

(L) Lessee & Emelia Reyner his Daughter; (M) Lessee 40, Emelia 18. 

(L) Aquila Page. 

(L) Lessee, Richard & John Scaggs; (M) Mary Thear 60; Richard 
29, John 25. 



lo MARYLAND RECORDS— KENT COUNTY 

(L) Lessee, Robert Maxwell, Son of Rob'. & Robert Maxwell, Son of 
Wm. ; (M) Lessee 40, Rob'. Son of Robert 30, Robert Son of Wm. 13. 

(L) Elizabeth his Wife, Samuel his Son & Elizabeth his Daughter; 
(M) Wife 54, Samuel 33, Eliz:th Daughter 23. 

(L) Aquila & Mary Page; (M) Aquila 22, Mary 25. 

(L) Lessee, his Wife Mary & James Graham; (M) Lessee 28, his Wife 
27, James Graham 25. 

(L) Francis, John & Thomas Lamb; (M) Francis 78, John 21, Thomas 
10. 

(L) Lessee, John his Son & Joseph the Son of John his Son. 

(L) "Isaac Perkins, Son of Eben^ John Brooks, Son of Philip & Sam'. 
Mansfield Jun^" 

(L) John & Francis Wallace, Sons of the Lessee; (M) John about 21 
Dead, Francis 16. 

(L) Lessee, his Wife & John Gilbert Son of Thomas; (M) Lessee 40, 
Wife 35, John Son of Thomas 13 . 

(L) Lessee, Martha his Wife & Son Peregrine; (M) Lessee 37, Wife 30 
Dead, Son very Young. 

(L) Lessee, Peregrine Cooper, Son of Hez*". & James Jones, Son of 
Peter; (M) Lessee 26, the others very young, quere Fine. 

(L) Mary his Wife & Ann his Daughter; (M) Lessee 40, Wife 50, 
Daughter 8. 

(L) Term of twenty one years. 

(L) Ditto; (M) Renewed Lease. 

(L) Ditto; (M) Stephen Denning hold 86 acres & M^ Wicks an", pay 
"U Rev. 

(L) Ditto. [60]. (L) Ditto. [61]. (L) Ditto. [62]. (L) Ditto. 
[63]. (L) Ditto. 

(L) Ditto. [65]. (L) Not under Lease. Rent p''. by the Vestry. 

(L) Cirtified Septm'. i6">. 1706; (M) Rented. 



"State of His Lordships Manor in Kent County,"' 
1766. (Ill)* 

[l]. (M 1) 3 Lives, Ages from 16 to 24; (C) 62; (G) Good Land, but 
all cleared except one corner where remains some timber; (H) None; 
(K) 22/. 

[15. 5. 02]. (M 1) 2 Lives, Ages 33 & 60; (C) 114; (G) Good Land, but 
little or no Timber — not quite so good as No. i ; (H) Of no great value; 
(K) 25/6, quere Fine. 

[15.10.03]. (M 1) I Life, age 23; (C) 184; (G) Good Land equal to No. 
i; (H)good; (K)27/. 

[4]. (M 3 Lives, left the province, quere 2 alive; (C) 96; (G) 
Indifferent Land, Sandy & but little Timber; (H) pretty good; (K) 22/. 

[23. 9. 05]. (M 1) I Life, Age 28 ["60" and "30" are crossed out "3 
Lives "3; (C) 114; Good white clay land, sandy, something better than 
No. 4, very little Timber; (H) good; (K) 21/6, quere Fine. 

[6]. (M 1) 3 Lives, ages 40, 30 & 22; (C) 180V2; (G) Rather better than 
No. I, very little Timber; (H) Pretty good, i Life only, left 30 years. 

[6 do]. (M 1) 3 Lives, ages 40, 35, 13; (C) 18; (G) As good as No. 6, 
but cleared of Timber; (H) Pretty good; (K) for both [6] & [6 do] 24/. 

[7]. (M 1) 2 Lives, ages 21 & 16; (C) 13; (G) The same as No 6, 
cleared of Timber ; (H) None. 

[8]. (M 3 Lives, ages 40, 30 & 8 ; (G) About 9 acres Timber, equal to 
No 6, the whol quantity of little value; (K) 24/. 

[9]. (M 1) None; (C) 24; (G) Middling good Land, but Clear'd; (H) 
None; (K) 30/. 

[19. I. 010]. (M 2 Lives, Ages 50 & 25; (C) 31 ; (G) Full as good as 
No 6, with plenty of Timber to support it; (H) None; (K) 24/. 

[13. 9. on]. (M I Life, age 30; (C) 64; (G) MiddUng Land, worn & 
no Timber; (H) i dwell'g, H". 20 X 30, good repair, 50 apple trees; (K) 
27/. 

[12]. (M 1) I Life, age 50; (C) 100; (G) Pretty good Land, much worn 
& very little Timber; (H) Tollerably good; (K) 27/. 

[13]. (M 3 Lives, ages 28, 27 & 25; (C) 104; (G) Nearly the same 
as No 12; (H) of little value; (K) 23/6 Sold. 

[14]. (M 1) 3 Lives, ages 26, 22 & 10; (C) 30; (G) Poor Land & Httle or 
no Timber; (H) pretty good; (K) 20/ quere Fine. 

* Apparently discriptive of the first list. Note the agreement of acres and the ages for "Lives" 
mentioned in the leases. — G. M. B. 



12 MARYLAND RECORDS— KENT COUNTY 

[15]. (M 1) 18 years; (C) 247V2; (G) Good Land, with some Timber 
equal to No 6; (H) very good; (K) 28/. 

[16]. (M 1) None; (C) 90; (G) Middling Land, with a small parcel of 
Wood; (H) None; (K) 30/. 

[17^. (M ') Lives gone to Carv'*. 15 years. Leasd. 1740; (C) 79; Poor 
Land & Sandy, no Timber; (H) pretty good; (K) 24/2 Fines due. 

[15. II. 018]. (M 1) I Life, age 22; (C) 53; (G) Middling Land, with 
little or no Timber; (H) none; (K) 25/. 

[19]. (M I Life, age 40; (C) 360; (G) pretty good Land with 
Timber sufficient & some Meadow; (H) pretty good; (K) 28/. 

[20]. (M 1) 3 Lives, ages 48, 24 & 21 ; (C) 142; (G) poor Land & very 
little Timber; (H) of very little value; (K) 20/. 

[213. (C) 484; (G) Bennetts Bridge, very good Land & plenty of 
Timber; (K) 31/6. 

[22]. (M 1) 17 years; (C) 163; (G) Indifferent Land & very little 
Timber; (H) None; (K) 24/. 3 acres Sold at 25/. 

[23]. (M 1) 17V2 years; (C) 18^/4; (G) Middling Land & no Timber; 
(H) of very little value; (K) 24/6. Sold. 

[^24]. (M 1) 2 Lives, ages 37, 10. The others very young. (C) 170; 
(G) very Indifferent, quere Timber; (H) good; (K) 20/. 

[25]. (M 3 Lives, ages 42, 25 & 50; (C) 140; (G) middling Good 
Land with some Timber; (H) of no great value; (K) 24/. 

[22. 10. 15. 26]. (M ^) 3 Lives, ages 51, 50 & 27; (C) 130; (G) pretty 
good Land, but scarce of Timber; (H) pretty good; (K) 25/6. 

[27]. (M ') 1772 years; (C) 62; (G) middling good Land with some 
Timber; (H) of very little value; (K) 25/. 

[28]. (M 2 Lives, ages 16 & 17; (C) 50; (G) poor Land & no Timber; 
(H) I small old Log House; (K) 21/. 

[29]. (M 1) 3 Lives, ages 40, 30 & 13; (C) 200; (H) John Maxwell's; 
(K) 26/6 together with No 41. Sold. 

[14. 3. 030]. (M ') I Life age 28; (C) 400; (G) Good Land with some 
Timber but scarce for the quantity; (K) 27/6, better than J. Maxwell's. 

[Same No]. (M ^) 3 lives, left the province many years; (C) 50; (G) 
Middling Land, much worn & no Timber; (H) for these two tracts — of no 
great value; (K) 28/6. quere alienations. 

[21. II. 15. 31]. (M 0. 2 Lives, ages 25 & 30; (C) 90; (G) middling 
good, but worn & no Timber; (K) 23/. quere aliena. Fine. 

[32]. (MO J [F?]. B. Bordley, wife & Loyd Dulany; (C) 75; (G) 
Indifferent & broken with a small parcel of Timber; (H) of very little 
value; (K) 20/6. 

C33II- (^I ') 17V2 years; (C) 84; (G) poor, having been much worn & 
little or no Timber; (H) of no great value; (K) 24/. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 13 

[34]. (M 17V2 years; (C) 121; (G) middling Land with some little 
Timber; (H) pretty good ; (K) 26/. 

[35]. (M ') 17V2 years; (C) 141; (G) pretty good Land, with some 
Timber; (H) of very little Value; (K) 27/. 

[15. 7. 15. 36]. (M 1) 2 Lives 38 & 40; (C) 56; (G) Middling Land with 
some Timber; (H) none; (K) 24/. 

[26.8.22.37]. (M 3 Lives, 54, 33 & 23; (C) 120; (G) Middling Land 
with very little Timber; (H) of no great value; (K) iij. 

[38]. (M 3 Lives, 34, 30 «& 27; (C) 197; (G) Good Land with some 
Timber; (H) pretty good; (K) 23/6. 

[39]- (M 2 Lives, ages 60 & 30; (C) 450; (G) Middling Land with 
some Timber; (H) pretty good; (K) 27/. Tenanted in part. 

[40]. (M 1) 2 Lives, 16 «& 20; (C) 83; (G) pretty much worn, with no 
Timber; (G) pretty good ; (K) 22/. Sold assigned. Cons". £130. 

[18. 20. 41]. (M 2 Lives, ages 47 & 30; (C) 130; (H) very good. 

[41]. (M 1) 3 Lives, 40, 30 & 13; (C) 49; (H) very good. (K) 26/6. 
This and the previous tract with No. 29 Sold. 

[25. II. 042]. (M 1) 3 Lives, 50, 28 & 26; (C) 134; (H) Middling Land, 
with some Timber; (K) 24/. 

[43]. (M 1) 2 Lives, Wm. & Jn°. Wethered ab" 21 & 26; (C) 230; (G) 
Good Land, with some Timber; (H) i Fram'd Dwell'g House 18 X 25, 
good repair; (K) 25/6. 

[44]. (M 1) 2 Lives, Wm. B. Tilden 26 & Jno. Wethered 21; (C) 190; 
(G) Good Land with some Timber; (H) of not much value; (K) 25/6. 
Church on this Land. 

[45ll- (G) Old Land called Ivingo. 

[22.9.15.46]. (M 2 Lives, ages 22 & 30; (C) 30; (K) 27/. 

[13. 9. o. 46]. (M 1) I Life, age 30, (C) 50; (H) Rob*. Maxwell's; (K) 
28/. 

[21. II. 15. 46]. (M ^) 2 Lives, 25 & 30; (C) 15^/4; (H) good Improve- 
ments on the 277^4 acres but on what part not distinguished; (K) 27/. 

[15. II. o. 46]. (M 1) I Life, age abo. 22; (C) 146; (K) 28/. 

[23. 5. 15. 46]. (M 2 Lives, ages 22 & 25; (C) 25; (K) 27/. 

[Same No]. (M i) i6yrs.; (C) 11; (K) 28/. 

(G) For the preceding 6 tracts good Land with some Timber. 

[22. II. 047]. (M ^) 2 Lives, ages 25 «& 24; (C) 30; (G) Middling Land 
& very Httle Timber; (H) of no great value; (K) 23/. vide Date of 
Lease. 

[8. 9. 048]. (M 1) I Life 47; (C) 133; (G) Middling good Land with 
some Timber; (H) none; (K) 26/. Sold. Fine chag"*. £5. 6. 8. 

[49]. (M 1) 3 Lives, ages 40, 30 & 15, vide min.; (C) 38; (G) Middling 
Land & some Timber; (K) 23/. Sold. Fine chd. o. 9. 6. 



14 MARYLAND RECORDS— KENT COUNTY 

[50]. (M 1). 3 Lives 45, 40 & 16; (C) 80; (G) Middling Land, scarce 
any Timber; (H) pretty good; (K) 23/. 

[29. 3. 15. 51]. (M 3 Lives, 40, 23 & 21. N. B. a man Gleen (?) hold 
120 acres by the plat in these Leases; (C) 100; (G) Middling Land but 
little Timber; (H) of not much value; (K) 22/. 

[Ditto] 3 ditto, 60, 29 & 25; (C) 15; (G) The same; (K) 22/. 

[52]. (M 17^/4 years; (C) 57; (G) pretty good Land with Timber to 
support; (H) good; (K) 25/6. 

[53]. (M 1) 3 Lives 78, 27 & 10; (C) 214; (G) Middling good Land, 
quere Timber?; (H) very good; (K) 23/6. 

[26. 054]. (M I Life, upwards 70; (C) 98; (G) MiddHng Land, but 
very little Timber; (H) of no great value; (K) 28/6. 

[Same]. (M ^) 3 Lives, 70, 50, 20; (C) 5; (G) a little Branch for Water; 
(K) 28/6. 

[18. I. 055] (M I Life age 25 years; (C) 160; (G) pretty good but 
little or no Timber; (H) of no great value; (K) 27/6. Ap"*. 3"* Feby. 
1755. Cons". £200. 

[56]. (G) old Land calld. Blays Range. 

[16. o. 057]. (M I Life under 30; (C) 13; (G) Medm. Land & no 
Timber; (H) pretty good. 

[Unnumbered]. (M none; (C) 6; (G) Church Land. Rent pd. by 
the Vestry; (H) Church. Included in No. 44. 

Total acres 7554V2. 



ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 



"State of His Lordship's Manor of Ann Arundel, 

1767" 

Lot I. (A) March 25'\ 1755; (B) William Coale; (C) 1143/4; (D) John 
Coale; (E) 5-15-0; (F) ii-io-o; (G) 12V2; (H) 127V4; (K) John 
Coale. 

Lot 2. (A) ; (B) Expired; (C) 33V2; (D) George Simmons; (E) 

1-18-6; (F) 3-17^; (G) ; (H) 45^/4; (K) Joseph Hill. 

Lot 3. (A) ; (B) Expired; (C) 100; (D) John Norris; (E) 5-0-0; 

(F) iOK)-o; (G) 105V4; (K) . 

Lot 4. (A) ; (B) Expired; (C) 100; (D) Franklin & Gott; (E) 

5-0-0; (F) lo-o-o; (H) 1051/4; (K) Joseph Hill. 

Lot 5. (A) ; (B) Expired; (C) 59V2; (D) Benj^ Ward; (E) 

2-19-6; (F) 5-19-0; (H) 57; (K) George Simmons. 

Lot 6. (A) Dec. io"> 1747; (B) Henry Hall; (C) 112; (D) Isaac Hall; 
(E) 4-4-0; (G) ifU; (H) 140^8; (K) Isaac Hall. 

Lot 7. (A) Feby. 6*'». 1746; (B) George Stewart; (C) 150; (D) Lessee; 

(E) 5-12-6; (F) (H) 165V4; (K) George Stewart. 

Lots. (A) Mch. 25, 1751; (B) Ditto; (C) 13; (D) Ditto; (E) 0-13-0; 

(F) 1-6-0 (K) George Stewart. 

Lot 9. (A) Jany. & Feb. 7, 1748; (B) Coale & Gott; (C) 90; (D) 
Walter Gott; (E) 3-7-6; (F) ^15-0; (H) 82V2; (K) Walter Gott. 

Lot 10. (A) Mch. 25, 1760; (B) Walter Gott; (C) 100; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 5-0-0; (F) lo-o-o; (G) 6; (H) 106; (K) Walter Gott. 

Lot II. (A) Sept. 29">. 1755; (B) Robt. Gott's Exec".; (C) 62V2; 

(D) Walter Gott; (E) 3-2-6; (F) 6-5; (H) 57V4; (K) Walter Gott. 
Lot 12. (A) Sept. 29*'>. 1755; (B) Isabella Franklin; (C) 100; (D) 

Lessee; (E) 5-0-0; (F) 1 0-0-0; (H) 98^4; (K) Stephen Steward. 

Lot 13. (A) Sept. 29t\ 1755; (B) Stephen Love; (C) 115; (D) John & 
Ezekiel Gott; (E) 5-15^; (F) ii-io-o; (H) 117V2; (K) Ezekiel Gott. 

Lot 14. (A) Sept. 29*h. 1755; (B) Ezekiel Gott; (C) 78; (D) Lessee; 

(E) 3-18-0; (F) 7-16-0; (G) 6V2; (H) 80V4; Ezekiel Gott. 

Lot 15. (A) Sept. 29*, 1761; (B) Ann Thomas; (C) 250; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 1 2-1 0-0; (F) 25-0-0 (H) 266; (K) John Thomas. 

Lot 16. (A) ; (B) Stewards Lotte; (C) 199^/8; (D) John Thomas. 

Lot 17. (A) Sept. 29tS 1756; (B) John Thomas; (C) 166; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 8-6-0; (F) 1 6-1 2-0; (H) 177V2; (K) John Thomas. 

Lot 18. (A) Sept. 29, 1755; (B) Rachel Sherbutt; (C) 50; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 2-10-0; (F) 5-0-0; (H) 52V2; (K) John Thomas. 
3 17 



i8 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Lot 19. (A) Sept. 29, 1755; (B) William Hollyday; (C) 100; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 5-0-0; (F) lo-o-o; (H) loSVs; (K) Henry Plummer. 

Lot 20. (A) Sept. 29*''. 1763; (B) Geo. Stewart; (C) 224; (D) Lessee; 
(E) I 1-4-0; (F) 22-8-0. 

Lot 21. (A) Sept. 29, 1755; (B) Geo. Stewart; (C) 78; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 3-18^; (F) 7-16^. 

Lot 22. Included in No. 20, (H) Lots 20, 21, 22 313^/4; (K) George 
Stewart, Esq. 

Lot 23. (A) Sept. 29"'. 1755; (B) Thomas Norris; (C) 83; (D) Leasee; 
(E) 4-3-0; (F) 8-6-0; (H) 83; (K) Stephen Steward. 

Lot 24. (A) Sept. 29, 1755; (B) Henry Child; (C) 73; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 3-13-0; (F) 7-^0; (G) 7; (H) 82V4; (K) Henry Child. 

Lot 25. (A) Sept. 29, 1755; (B) Isaac Owens; (C) 187; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 9-7-0; (F) 18-14-0; (G) 10; (H) 197V2; (K) Isaac Owens. 

Lot 26. (A) Sept. 29, 1755; (B) James Cowley; (C) 90; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 4-10-0; (F) 9-0-0; (H) 93V4; (K) James Cowley. 

Lot 27. (A) Sept. 29, 1755; (B) Joseph Cowman; (C) 150; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 7-10-0; (F) 15-0-0; (H) 149^/4 (K) . 

Lot 28. (A) Sept. 29, 1755; (B) Thomas Deale; (C) 232; (D) Cowley 
& Welsh; (E) 11-12-0; (F) 23-4-0; (H) 242V4 (K) John Welsh, Son of 
Robt. 

Lot 29. (A) Sept. 29, 1755; (B) Wm. & Elen^ Barrett; (C) 100; (D) 
Ele'. Barrett & Sons; (E) 5-0-0; (F) lo-o-o; (H) 105V4; (K) John 
Barrett. 

Lot 30. (A) Mch 25"'. 1758; (B) Joseph Ward; (C) 196; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 9-16-0; (F) 19-12-0; (H) 193^4; (K) Joseph Ward. 

Lot 31. (A) Mch. lo"-. 1747; (B) John Galwith; (C) 131; (D) 
McDaniel & Carr; (E) 4-18-0; (F) 9-16-0; (H) 117V4; (K) Benjamin 
Carr. 

Lot 32. (A) Mch. 25, 1755; (B) Richd. Richardson; (C) 127V2; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 6-7-6; (F) 1 2-1 5-0. 

Lot 33. (A) Sept. 29, 1756; (B) Ditto; (C) 80V2; (D) Lessee; (E) 
4-0-6; (F) 8-1-0; (H) Lots 32, 33, 21274; (K) Richd. Richardson 
[Both]. 

Lot 34. (A) Sept. 29, 1756; (B) Dinah Sparrow; (C) 117; (D) Benj. & 
Wm. Sherbutt; (E) 5-17-0; (F) 11-14-0; (G) 11V2; (H) 128V8; (K) 
PhiHp Pindell. 

Lot 35- (C_) 55^/4; (D) Nathan Brashiers; (E) 3-3-0; (H) 55V4; (K) 
Nathan Brashiers. 

Lot 36. (A) Sept. 29, 1755; (B) Nich=. Watkins; (C) 137V2; (D) 
Gassaway Watkins; (E) 6-17-6; (F) 13-15-0; (H) 152; (K) Gassaway 
Watkins. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 19 

Lot 37. (A) Sept. 29, 1755; (B) John Sappington; (C) 120; (D) 
Robert Norris; (E) 6-0-0; (F) 12-0-0; (H) 110V4; (K) Robert Norris. 

Lot 38. (A) Sept. 29, 1755; (B) Edw<». McDaniel; (C) 118; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 5-18-0; (F) 11-16-0; (H) 122V4. 

Lot 39. (A) Sept. 29, 1755; (B) John Battey; (C) 105; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 5-5-0; (F) (^i(yo; (H) 105. 

Lot 40. (A) Mch. 10, 1747; (B) Benj^. Carr; (C) 100; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 3-15-0; (F) 7-10-0; (H) 112V2; (K) Benj^ Carr. 

Lot 41. (A) Sept. 29, 1756; (B) Joseph Hill; (C) 137; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 6-17-0; (F) 13-14-0; (H) 135V4; (K) Thomas Cowley. 

Lot 42. (A) Sept. 29, 1757; (B) Rich''. Sheckell; (C) 157V2; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 7-17-6; (F) 1 5-1 5-0; (H) 1 69^/4; (K) Richard Sheckell. 

Lot 43. Lease expired Nov. 1766; (C) 100; (D) "Rich''. Sheckells;" 
(E) 3-15-0; (F) ; (H) 108V2; (K) "Richd. Sheckell." 

Lot 44. (A) Mch. 25, 1756; (B) "JohnShickell;" (C) 93; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 4-13-0; (F) 9-6-0; (H) 105V8; (K) "John Sheckell." 

Lot45. (A)Sept. 29, 1755; (B) Benj\ Cheney; (C) 102V2; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 5-2-6; (F) 1(^5-0; (H) 103V8. 

Lot 46. (A) Sept. 29, 1757; (B) Nich». Nicholson; (C) 74V2; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 3-14-6; (F) 7-9-0; (H) 77V2; (K) Nicholas Nicholson. 

Lot 47. (A) Mch. 25, 1760; (B) Jonas Galwith; (C) 154V2; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 7-14-6; (F) 15-9-0; (H) 156^3; (K) Abraham Simmons. 

Lot 48. (A) Mch. 25, 1759; (B) Abraham Simmons; (C) 155; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 7-15-0; (F) 15-ia-o; (H) 164V8; (K) Abraham Simmons. 

Lot 49. (A) Sept. 29, 1756; (B) Abraham Sheckells; (C) no; (D) 
Richard Hopkins; (E) 5-10-0; (F) ii-ok); (H) 113V8; (K) Richard 
Hopkins. 

Lot 50. (A) Mch. 25, 1762; (B) John Sheckells; (C) 60; (D) Lessee; 

(E) 3-0-0; (F) 6-0-0; (H) 62; (K) John Sheckells. 

Lot 51. (A) Mch. 25, 1757; (B) Jn°. Cheney, Son of Jn°.; (C) 100; 

(D) Mary Cheney; (E) 5-<yo; (F) lo-o^; (H) 107V4; (K) John 
SIigcIcgIIs 

Lot 52. (A) ; (B) ; (C) 30; (D) Mary Cheney; (E) i-io-o; 

(F) 3-0-0; (H) 22 V2; (K) John Sheckells. 

Lot 53. (A) Mch. 25, 1762; (B) Benj". Cheney; (C) 20; (D) Lessee; 

(E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (H) 20; (K) John Sheckells. 

Lot 54. (A) Sept. 29, 1761; (B) William Thomas; (C) 153; (D) 
William Taylor (followed by undecipherable— Sr? Jr?); (E) 7-13-0; (F) 
15-6-0; (H) 153; (K) John Sheckells. Lots 51, 52, 53, 54 are all "as- 
signed I. T. Augustus Prigg." 

Lot 55. (A) Mch. 25, 1755; (B) Isaac Simmons; (C) 124; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 6-4-0; (F) 12-8-0; (H) 127V8; (K) Isaac Simmons. 



20 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Lot 56. (A) Sept. 29, 1760; (B) Samuel Ward; (C) 153; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 7-13-0; (F) 15-6-0; (H) 129; (K) Samuel Ward. 

Lot 57. (A) Sept. 29, 1756; (B) Saml. Ward; (C) 142 V2; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 7-2-6; (F) 14-5-0; (H) 142V8; (K) Samuel Ward. 

Lot 58. (A) Sept. 29, 1755; (B) Rachel Moone; (C) 250; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 12-10-0; (F) 25-0-0. 

Lot 59. (A) Sept. 29, 1758; (B) Rachel Moone; (C) 87; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 4-7-0; (F) 8-14-0; For Lots 58, 59 (G) 27; (H) 388V4. 

Lot 60. (A) Sept. 29, 1758; (B) James Owens; (C) 136V4; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 6-16-3; (F) 13-12-6; (H) 140V4; (K) James Owens. 

Lot 61. (A) Mch. 25, 1756; (B) Richd. Green; (C) 163V2; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 8-3-6; (F) 16-7-0; (H) 187; (K) Richard Green. 

Lot 62. (A) Sept. 29, 1756; (B) Sarah Widow of Chas. Connant; (C) 
312V2; (D) Richard Green; (E) 15-12-6; (F) 31-5-0; (H) 301V4; (K) 
Richard Green. 

Lot 63. (A) Sept. 29, 1757; (B) Thomas Owens; (C) 100; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 5-0-0; (F) lo-o-o; (H) 107V4; (K) Richard Green. 

Lot 64. (A) Sept. 29, 1757; (B) Edward Cole; (C) 150; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 7-ic^; (F) 15-0-0; (G) 13V4; (H) 167V4; (K) Edward Cole. 

Lot 65. (A) Mch. 25, 1759; (B) Gerard Hopkins; (C) 67; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 3-7-0; (F) 6-14-0; (G) 34V4; (H) 106V4; (K) Gerard Hopkins, Son 
of Philip. 

Lot 66. (A) Sept. 29, 1758; (B) James Owens; (C) 50; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 2-10-0; (F) 5-0-0; (H) 50V2; (K) James Owens. 

Lot 67. (A) Sept. 29, 1761; (B) James Owens; (C) 37; (D) Lessee; 
(E) I-17-0; (F) 3-14-0; (H) 41V4; (K) James Owens. 

Lot 68. (C) 34; (D) John Owens, Tenant; (E) 1-14-0; (F) 3-8-0; 
(H) 34; (K) Richard Green. 

Lot 69. (A) Mch. 25, 1759; (B) Martha Tillard; (C) 100; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 5-0-0; (F) lo-o-o; (H) 101V2; (K) Martha Tillard. 

Lot 70. (A) Mch. 25, 1759; (B) Martha Tillard; (C) 50; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 2-ia-o; (F) 5^W); (H) 54V2; (K) Martha Tillard. 

Lot 71. (G) 36; (H) 36; (K) Martha Tillard. 

Lot 72. (A) Mch. 25, 1759; (B) Rich-i. Simmons; (C) 121V4; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 6-1-6; (F) 12-3-0; (H) 128V4; (K) Richard Simmons. 

Lot 73. (A) Sept. 29, 1756; (B) Jacob Macceney; (C) 131; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 6-11-0; (F) 13-2-0; (H) 137; (K) Jacob Macceney. 

Lot 74. (A) Sept. 29, 1756; (B) Jacob Macceney; (C) 117; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 5-17-0; (F) 11-14-0; (H) 114V2; (K) Jacob Macceney. 

Lot 75. (A) Sept. 29, 1756; (B) Charles Owens; (C) 75V2; (D) 
Rich'i. Wells; (E) 3-15-6; (F) 7-11-0; (H) 77V2. 

Lot 76. (A) Sept. 29, 1756; (B) Peter Dowell; (C) 100; (D) Rich-*. 
Windfield; (E) 5-0-0; (F) io-<^o; (G) 18; (H) 108. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 21 

Lot 77. (A) Sept. 29, 1760; (B) "Saml. Sheckell;" (C) 112; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 5-12-0; (F) 11-4-0; (G) 57V2; (H) 165V4; (K) "Samuel 
Sheckells." 

Lot 78. (A) Dec. I, 1747; (B) John Bogler; (C) 100; (D) Lessee; (E) 
3-15-0; (F) 7-10-0; (H) 105V2; (K) Benj\ Cheney. 

Lot 79- (C) 261/4; (D) John Bogler; (E) 1-6-3; (F) 2-12-6; (H) 
asVs; (K) Benj\ Cheney. 

Lot 80. (A) Mch. 25, 1761; (B) Ann Belt; (C) 90V4; (D) Lessee; (E) 
4-10-3; (F) 9-0-6; (H) 89V8; (K) Thomas Belt. 

Lot 81. (C) 46V4; (D) Tho^ Lawson, Ten*. (E) 2-6-9; (H) 46='/4; 
(K) Thomas Belt. 

Lot 82. (A) Mch. 25, 1758 (B) Joseph Yeates; (C) 50; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 2-ic^; (F) 5-<^; (G) 1341/2; (H) 176. 

Lot 83. (A) Mch. 10, 1758; (B) John Brashiers; (C) 250; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 12-10-0; (F) 25-0-0; (G) 46V4; (H) 2841/2; (K) John Brashiers. 

Lot 84. (A) Mch. 25, 1761; (B) Geo. Gardner; (C) 50; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 2-10-0; (F) 5-0-0. 

Lot 85. (A) Mch. 10, 1758; (B) Geo. Gardner; (C) 100; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 5-0-0; (F) I 0-0-0. 

Lot 86. (A) Mch. 25, 1762; (B) Geo. Gardner; (C) 23^4; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 1-3-9; (F) 2-7-6. For Lots 84, 85, 86 (G) 10; (H) 188V2; (K) 
George Gardner. 

Lot 87. (A) Mch. 25, 1760; (B) John Brown (C) 50; (D) Lessee; (E) 
2-10-0; (F) 5-0-0; (G) 163V2; (H) 217; (K) Joseph Allen. 

Lot 88. (A) Mch. 25, 1758; (B) John Brown; (C) 65; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 3-5-0; (F) 6-10-0; (G) 8; (H) 73V2; (K) Joseph Allen. 

Lot 89. (C) 213V2; (D) Benjamin Allen; (E) 10-13-6; (F) 21-7-0; 
(G) 23; (H) 236V2. 

Lot 90. (G) 44^'4; (H) 44^4; (K) John Brashiers. 

Lot 91. (G) 153^4; (H) 153^/4; (K) Thomas Belt, 3". 

. (G) 3'U; (H) 3V4. 

. (G) 7\''2; (H) 7% 

. (G) 26V4; (H) 261/4; (K) Bennitt Darnall. 

N. B. The above Manor laid off March 16, 1667. 



"A List of the unsold Part of Anne-Arundel 
Manor, Aug*. 16'^^, 1770" 

21/3. (A) March 25"" 1755; (B) John Norris; Sold to " R. Norris per I. 
Hall"; (C) 101V4; Price per Acre 21/6; Amt. of 6'* per Acre, 2-10-7V4. 

24/27. (A) Sept'. 29, 1755; (B) Joseph Cowman 6; Sold to Joseph 
Cowman; (C) 149^/4; Per Acre 24/6; Amt. of 6='. per Acre, 3-14-10V4. 

28/38. (A) Ditto; (B) Edward M'=Daniel; Sold to Rob'. Norris; (C) 
122^4 Per Acre 20/6; Amt. of 6'^. per Acre, 3-1-472- 

20/39. (A) Ditto; (B) John Battey 6; (C) 105. 

21/45. (A) Ditto; (B) Benjamin Cheney — 6; Sold to Ben». Cheney; (C) 
103V2; Per acre 21/6; Amt. of 6'^. per Acre, 2-11-11V4. 

20/75. (A) Sept. 29, 1756; (B) Richard Wells— 7; (C) 77 V2. 

20/76. (A) Ditto; (B) Rich-^. Windfield 7; (C) 108. 

18/82. (A) March 25, 1758; (B) Joseph Yeates; Sold to R''. Sprigg; (C) 
176; Amt. of 6'*. per Acre, 4-8-0. 

15/89. (B) Benj. Allen; (C) 236V2. 

25/6. (C) 3V4. 

25/6. C 7V2. Total Acres, 1191%; Gross Amt. of Sales 189-4-0, 
Disct. 8-6-3, 1 80-1 7-9. 



CHARLES COUNTY 



"State of His Lordship's Manor of Calverton, 
Charles County, 1767" 

Plat I. (A) Decem^ 22, 1748; (B) George Maxwell; (C) 383; (D) 
Lessee; (E) o-io-o; (F) o-io-o; (L) George Aiaxwell & Letice Wardrop; 
(M) Geo. 46, Letice 46. Leased for 102 acres or thereabout. 

2. (B) Patent Land; (C) 1210; (D) Cha^ Sam'. Smith. 

3. (A) March 28*. 1767; (B) Basil Brooke; (C) 740; (D) Lessee; (E) 
i-o-o. Leased for 21 years & "Renewable to the end of the World." 
"Leased for 500 Acres." 

4. (A) May 31, 1763; (B) Joseph Anderson; (C) 145; (D) Lessee; (E) 
1-9-0. Leased for 21 years only. 

5. (A) Decern'. i=*. 1714; (B) Gabriel Moran; (C) 118; (D) John 
Moran; (E) 0-3-6; (F) 1-8-0; (L) Elizabeth Moran; (M) Elizabeth 76. 
Deed. Leased for 35 acres. 

6. (A) Decern. 25*. 1753; (B) George Maxwell; (C) iii; (D) Lessee; 
(E) o-ii-i; (F) 2-4-4; (L) George Maxwell & Lettice Wardrop; (M) 
George 46, Lettice 46. 

7. (A) October 18, 1752; (B) Richard Estep; (C) 147; (D) John 
Hammitt; (E) 0-14-8; (F) 2-18-8; Fines due, 5-17-4; (L) Richard 
Estep, Alex^ Estep & Mary Estep; (M) Richard 21, Alex'. 22, Mary 25. 

8. (A) Ditto; (B) Nehemiah Wilson; (C) 172; (D) Susan^ Willson; 
(E) 0-17-2; (F) 3-8-0; (L) Abraham Wilson & Catharine Wilson (M) 
Abraham 15, Catharine, 16. 

9. (A) Ditto; (B) Jonathan Wilson; (C) 105; (D) John Hammitt; (E) 
0-10-6; (F) 2-2-0; Fines due 6-6-0; (L) Jonathan Wilson & John 
Wilson; (M) Jonathan 50, John . 

10. (A) July 25"'. 1750; (B) Mary Stone; (C) 215; (D) John Moran; 
(E) O-IO-O ; (F) 2-0-0; Fines due 4-0-0; (L) Jonathan Stone, Mary 
Stone, Jun'. & Catharine Stone; (M) Jonathan 25, Mary 23, Catharine 20; 
"This land appears to be held by a lease for 100 a to Mary Stone & an old 
Lease for 35 acres." 

11. (A) Decern. 2^'^. 1739; (B) Elizabeth Morris; (C) 157; (D) 
William Pitney; (E) i-o-o; (F) 3-0-0; Fines due, 3-0-0 ; (L) Margaret 
Spriggs Daughter of Osburn Spriggs; (M) Margaret 36. "Leas'd for 80 
acres to Eliz. Morris." 

12. (A) May 31 ='. 1758; (B) John Wheatley; (C) 40; (D) Lessee; (E) 
0-8-0; (F) 0-8-0; Leased for 21 yrs. 

13. (A) Octo'. 23''. 1747; (B) John Estep; (C) 169; (D) Lucy Estep, 

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26 MARYLAND RECORDS— CHARLES CO.— CALVERTON 

widow; (E) 0-17-0; (F) 3-8-0; (L) Alexander Estep, Richard Estep & 
Walter Smith; (M) Alex'. 22, Rich'^. 21, Walter 28, if alive, but gone away 
from these parts. 

14. (A) Octo'. 17, 1752; (B) Richard "Addams;" (C) 260; (D) Charles 
Venables; (E) 1-6-0; (F) 5-4-0; Fines due 5-4-0; (L) John Rouss 
"Adams"; (M) John Rouse Adams 21. 

15. (A) March 25, 1742; (B) John "Willson"; (C) 363; (D) James 
Forbes; (E) 1-16-0; (F) 7-4-0; Fines due 7-4-0 ; (L) William " Wilson " ; 
(M) William Wilson 27. "Dead." 

16. (A) Decem'. 11, 1751; (B) Allen Davis; (C) 57; (D) George 
Maxwell; (E) -5-8; (F) 0-11-4; (L) James Davis & James Lyon; (M) 
James Davis 24, James Lyon 24. N. B. Davis out of the province. 

17. (A) Ditto; (B) Edward Burch; (C) 65; (D) Mary Burch, widow; 
(E) 0-5-4; (F) i~5'~4; (L) Jessee Burch, Edward Burch, Jun'. & Catharine 
Burch; (M) Jessee 31, Edward 17, Catharine 22. 

18 Vacant. 

19. (A) May 4"". 1761; (B) John Rouse Adams; (C) 210; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 2-2-0; (F) 2-2-0; (L) 21 years. 

20. (A) May 16, 1721 ; (B) Joseph Johnson; (C) 57; (D) Sarah Harrison, 
Wid".; (E) -5-6; (F) 2-4-0; (L) Joseph Johnson, Jun^; (M) Joseph jo, 
if alive, but out of these parts. Expired. 

21. (A) Jan. I, 1753; (B) George Venables; (C) 85; (D) Ann Venables, 
Widow; (E) 0-8-6; (F) 1-14-0; (L) Ann Venables & Josias Venables; 
(M) Ann 40, Josias . 

22. (A) Jan. I, 1753; (B) Thomas Canter; (C) 115; (D) William 
Canter, Jun'.; (E) -11-6; (F) 2-6; (L) Thomas Canter & Isaac Canter; 
(M) Lessee 50, out of the parts if alive. Isaac 20. 

23. (A) Dec. 25, 1753; (B) Francis Oden; (C) 90; (D) Lessee; (E) 
0-9-0; (F) 1-16-0; (L) Mary Oden, Rebecca Oden & Prissilla Packer 
Oden; (M) Mary 18, Rebecca 16, Prissilla 14. 

24. (A) Oct^ 2". 1760; (B) Francis Oden; (C) 118; (D) Lessee; (E) 
1-3-6; (F) 1-3-6; (L) 21 years. 

25. (A) Sept. II, 1765; (B) ; (C) 22; (D) John Wheatley. 

26. (A) Decem'. 25"'. 1753; (B) William Ogden; (C) 93; (D) Francis 
Oden; (E) -9-3; (F) 1-17-0; Fines due 3-14-0; (L) Philimon Ogden & 
Mary Ogden; (M) Philimon 30, Mary 14. 

27. (A) Novem. 15, 1727; (B) Nicholas Yoe; (C) 80; (D) William 
Canter, Jun^; (E) -8-0; (F) 3-4-0; Fines due 6-8-0; (L) Rob'. Yoe & 
James Yoe; (M) Robert 60, James 50. N. B. Both out of the parts if 
alive. 

28. (A) Decem. i, 1758; (B) William Wallace; (C) 36; (D) William 
Wallace; (E) 0-7-2; (F) -14-4; (L) 21 years. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 27 

29. (A) Feb. 15, 1727; (B) Samuel King; (C)38; (D) William Wallace; 
(E) a-4-1; (F) 1-12-8; Fines due, 6-10-8; (L) Samuel King; (M) 
Samuel King 50 or 60. 

30. (A) Ditto; (B) William King; (C) William Wallace; (D)-4-o; (E) 
1-12-0; Fines due, I-12-0; (L) Elizabeth King, Samuel King; (M) 
Elizabeth 50, Samuel King, Jun'. N. B. Sam: was born il years after 
date of [torn — lease?]. 

31. (A) May 22'!. 1728; (B) John King; (C) 40; (D) Henry Lyon ; (E) 
0-12-8; (F) 1-12-0; Fines due 3-4-0; (L) John King & Jonathan Lyon; 
(M) John 47, Jonathan 36. 

32. (A) July 7'\ 1739; (B) John Parker; (C) 57; (D) Abraham Parker; 
(E) -5-8; (F) 1-2-8. N. B. This Lease must be fallen, a false An', given. 

33. (A) February 8, 1764; (B) Edward Burch; (C) 24; (D) Mary 
Burch, Widow; (E) -5-0; (F) -5-0; (L) 21 years. 

34. (A) Oct'. 2d. 1718; (B) George Plater; (C) 250; (D) Mary Burch, 
Widow; (E) 1-5-0; (F) 1 0-0-0; Fines due, 8-15-0; (L) Thomas Cothell; 
(M) Thos. Cothell supposed by everybody to be dead, 25 shs. of this Al». 
p''. young Pairan. 

35. (A) August 21, 1760; (D) Doct'. James Bate. 

36. (A) Aug. 21, 1760; (B) Edward Burch; (C) 14V2; (D) Mary Burch, 
Widow; (E) 0-2-10; (L) 21 years. 

37. (A) May 25, 1758; (B) Joseph Walls; (C) 132; (D) John Wheatley; 
(E) 1-16-4; (F) 2-12-8; Fines due, 2-12-8; (L) Joseph Walls, Eliz: 
Walls & Sarah Walls; (M) Joseph 40, Eliz: 36, Sarah 10. 

38. (A) April 11'". 1761; (B) John Wheatley; (C) 139V2; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 1-8-0; (F) 1-8-0; (L) 21 years. 

39. (A) Septem'. 13, 1718; (B) Mary Lyon; (C) 94; (D) Henry Lyon; 
(E) -9-5; (F) 3-15-6; (L) John Lyon; (M) John Lyon 63. Expired. 

40. (A) Dec. 25"'. 1746; (B) William Canter; (C) 139; (D) William 
Canter; (E) 0-5-10; (F) 2-7-2; (L) William Canter, James Canter & 
Jonathan Canter; (M) W". 45, James 26, Jonathan 30. 

41. (A) Deem'. 25, 1753; (B) George Ross; (C) 158; (D) George Ross; 
(E) 0-15-9; (F)3-3-<'; (L) Lessee, George Ross & W". Ross his Children. 

42. (A) July 25">. 1742; (B) Allen Davis; (C) 273; (D) Robert 
Glading; (E) 1-7-4; (F) 5-9-4; Fines due 5-9-4; (L) Allen Davis, 
Jonathan Davis & James Davis; (M) Allen 65, Jonathan 40, James 24. 
Vide Date of Lease for James' Age, taken from Counterpart, Northern 
P . 

43. (A) Oct'. 20, 1749; (B) John Wheatley; (C) 206; (D) John 
Wheatley; (E) -lO-o; (F) i-o-o; (L) John Wheatley, Middleton Smith 
& Elias Smith; (M) John 51, Middleton 26, Elias 24. N. B. Leas'd for 100 
acres. 



28 MARYLAND RECORDS— CHARLES CO.— PANGAL'\H 

44. (A) Aug'. 20, 1745; (B) AlHce Walls; (C) 181; (D) Henry Lyon, 
Jun^; (E) 0-18-0; (F) 3-12-0; Fines due, 10-16-0; (L) Allice Walls, 
Joseph Walls «& Alonaca Walls; (]M) Allice 80, Joseph 40, Monaca 

35- 

(C) Total 7149 acres. 

State of His Lordships Manor of Pangaiah in 
Charles County, January, 1768 

3. (C) 16V2, Vacancy. 5. (C) 13, Ditto. 12. (C) 3V2, Ditto. 17. (C) 
44V2, Ditto. 20. (C) 77V2, Ditto. 24. (C) 40V2, Ditto; 30. (C) 3V2, 
Ditto; 37. (C) 10, Ditto. 39. (C) 2V2, Ditto. 42. (C) 16, Ditto. 46. 
(C) 10, Ditto. 48. (C) 16, Ditto. 51. (C) 251/4, Ditto. 59. (C) 9, 
Ditto. 62. (C) 35'/2, Vacancy. 

25. (A) March 25, 1744; (B) Alexander McPherson; (C) 72V4; (D) 
Henry McPherson; (E) 0-8-0; (F) 1-12-0; (L) Mack McPherson & 
Priscilla McPherson; (M) Mack 45, Priscilla 25. 

29. (A) May i, 1763; (B) William Clements; (C) 5V4; (D) William 
Clements. 

33. (A) Octo^ 21, 1706; (B) Benj. Adams; (C) 14; (D) Thomas 
Adams; (E) 0-10-5; (F) 4-2-0; (L) Lodowick Adams ; (M) Lodowick 63 
Dead, Con^ 137 acres — 123 acres of this Land lies without the Manor. 

34. (A) Sep^ 2''. 1743; (B) Joseph Gainer; (C) 26V2; (D) Joseph 
Gainer; (E) 0-4-4; (F) 1-15-2; (L) W". Gainer, Joseph Gainer, Jun^ & 
John Gainer; (M) Will". 40, Jos. 31, John 28. Leas'*, for 44 acres the rest 
without the Manor. 

36. (A) Dec. 17"'. 1762; (B) George Clements; (C) 23V4; (D) George 
Clements; (E) 0-5-2; (F) 0-5-2; (L) 16 years. 

38. (A) June i»S 1758; (B) William Clements; (C) 70; (D) William 
Clements; (E) 0-14-8; (F) 1-9-4; (L) 3 Lives, Edw"*., William & 
Eleanor Clements, Children of Lessee, quere their Ages, all Living. 

41. (A) Decem'. lo"", 1743; (B) William Clements; (C) 127V2; (D) 
George & Eliz*". Clements; (E) 0-15-11; (F) 3-3-8; (L) Oswell Clements, 
B. Hanson Clements & Ed"*. Clements; (M) Oswell 39, Hanson 36, 
Edward 26. 

43. (A) Dec. 25, 1743; (B) Tho^ Mathew Sanders; (C) 196; (D) Dan 
Jenifer & B. H. Clements; (E) 1-0-6; (F) 4-2-0; (L) Tho». Mathew 
Sanders, Hen". Sanders & Sarah Sanders; (M) Tho^ 26, Henrietta 30, 
Sarah 46. 

44. (A) Dec^ 25, 1743; (B) William McPherson ; (C) 22; (D) William 
McPherson; (E) 0-2-1 1; (F) 0-II-8; (L) Thomas McPherson, Dan'. 
McPherson, Henry McPherson; (M) Tho'. 40, Henry 31, Dan'. 38. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 29 

47. (A) Dec\ 25, 1743; (B) Edmund Maggottee; (C) 114; (D) 
Thomas Maggottee; (E) 0-11-4; (F) 2-5-4; (L) George Clements; (M) 
George 37. 

49. (A) Jan>-. 15, 1714; (B) Anthony Neale; (C) 256V2; (D) Elizabeth 
Clements; (E) i-o-o; (F) 8-0-0; (L) Bennett Neale; (AI) Bennett 54 
Dead. 

58. (A) June i^S 1758; (B) Francis Clements; (C) 29V4; (D) Elizabeth 
Clements; (E) 0-7-6; (F) 0-15-0; (L) Thomas Clements & Henry 
Clements; (AI) Thomas 22, Henry 19. 

60. (A) Aug*. 30, 1765; (B) John & Tho^ Alaggotte; (C) 104; (D) 
Mary Alaggotte; (E) 1-6-2; (F) 1-6-10; (L) 18V2 yrs. 

61. (A) Aug'. 30, 1765; (B) Ann & Abed°. Alaggottee; (C) 59V2; (D) 
Ann Alaggottee; (E) 0-13-2; (F) 0-13-2; (L) 18V2 yrs. 

63. (C) 6; (D) Vacancy, Thos. Alaggottee [different handwriting^; (E) 
0-0-4. 

State of His Lordships Manor of Zachaiah in 
Charles County, February, 1768 

1. (A) Decem^ 2$^^, 1741; (B) William Simms; (C) 92V2; (D) \\>. 
Simms; (E) 1-0-8; (F) 4-2-8; (L) William Simms, Sarah Simms, 
David Osborn; (AI) William 60, Sarah 30, David 36. 

2. (A) Decem^ 25, 1753; (B) William Simms; (C) 42V'4; (D) W". 
Simms; (E) 0-6-8; (F) 1-6-8; (L) William Simms, Sarah Simms & 
Walter Kerrick; William 60, Sarah 30, Walter 16. 

3. (A) July I7'\ 1763; (B) William Simms; (C) 16V2; (D) W-. 
Simms; (E) 0-4-9; (F) 0-4-9; (L) 16^/2 yrs. 

4. (A) June i^S 1758; (B) James Keech; (C) 91; (D) James Keech; 
(E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) James Keech, John Keech & John Smith 
Keech; (M) James 58, John 32, John Smith 10. 

5. (A) Jan^ l-\ 1753; (B) Paul Howell; (C) 40; (D) Paul Howell; 
(E) 0-4-0; (F) 0-18-0; (L) Paul Howell, Samuel Howell & Sarah Howell; 
(AI) Paul 43, Samuel 15, Sarah 20. 

6. (A) Novem^ i, 1755; (B) William Aloreland; (C) 113; (D) W^. 
Moreland; (E) 1-9-0; (F) 2-18-0; (L) WilHam Moreland & Jacob 
Moreland; (AI) W-°. 50, Jacob 18. 

7- (C) 1333; Patent Granted out of the Alanor July io">. 1705. Called 
His Lordships Favor. 

8. (A) July io»\ 1740; (B) Alichael Hines Roby; (C) 70; (D) Tho'. 
Owens & EHz: Roby; (E) 0-6-0; (F) 1-4-0; Fines due, 1-4-0; (L) 
Tho^ Roby, John Taylor Roby & Hines Roby; (AI) Thomas 37, John 35, 
Hines 33. 



30 MARYLAND RECORDS— CHARLES CO.— ZACHAIAH 

9- (C) 753; Patent Land calld. Baltimores Bounty. 

10. (A) Decem^ 25'\ 1743; (B) Samuel Roby; (C) 54; (D) Sam'. 
Roby; (E) 0-6-0; (F) 1-4-0; (L) Samuel Roby & Berry Roby; (M) 
Samuel 59, Berry 26. 

11. (A) May 3-^, 1728; (B) Peter Roby; (C) 86V4; (D) o-io-o; (E) 
4-0-0; (L) John Roby & John Henly; (M) John 43, John Henly 40. 

12. (A) July 25, 1750; (B) William Roby; (C) 84V2; (D) W». Roby; 

(E) 0-15-0; (F) 3-0-0; (L) William Roby, Mary Roby & Ann Roby; 
(M) W". 52, May 49, Ann 25. 

13- (A) June 23'', 1762; (B) John Roby Jun^ (C) 42; (D) Thomas 
Luckett; (E) 0-8-4; (F) 0-8-4; Fines due, 0-8-4; (L) 15 years & 4 
months. 

14. (A) June 29'\ 1728; (B) Michael Hines Roby; (C) 123V4; (D) 
Tho'. Owens & Eliz: Roby; (E) 0-12-0; (F) 4-16-0; Fines due, 2-8-0; 
(L) I Life Sarah Roby; (M) Sarah 40. 

15. (A) July 5'\ 1764; (B) Thomas Owen; (C) 97V4; (D) Thomas 
Owen; (E) 0-16-2; (F) 0-16-2; (L) 17 V2 years. 

16. (A) July 6'\ 1739; (B) JohnMoreland[Mouland?]; (C) 50V2; (D) 
Paul Howell; (E) 0-5-0; (F) i-o-o; (L) Patrick Moreland & John 
Moreland Jun'. ; (M) Patrick 34, John 32. 

17. (C) 12; Vacancy. 

18. (A) Aug'. 25'\ 1745; (B) Tho^ &W". "M-^Daniel"; (C) 208; (D) 
Smith Middleton & others; (E) 1-1-7; (F) 4-6-4; (L) William "M<^daniel" 
& Esther "M'^daniel"; (M) William 39, Esther 36. 

19. (A) Jan^ 25'h, 1753; (B) Ditto; (C) 38V2; (D) Ditto; (E) 0-4-2; 

(F) 0-4-2; (L) W-°. M^daniel, Drusila M"daniel & Allen M-^daniel; (M) 
W"°. 39, Drusila 17, Allen 16. 

20. (A) June i»', 1758; (B) William Moreland; (C) 19; (D) W". 
Moreland; (E) 0-4-0; (F) 0-8-0; (L) W". Moreland, Walter Moreland & 
Jacob Moreland; (M) W". 50, Walter 20, Jacob 18. 

21. (A) July 3^ 1764; (B) Smith Middleton; (C) 19; (D) Smith 
Middleton; (E) 0-4-1 ; (F) 0-4-1 ; (L) 17V2 yrs. 

22. (A) Novem^ 30, 1714; (B) John Pigeon; (C) 92V4; (D) Mary 
Pigeon; (E) 0-11-7; (F) 4-12-9; (L) John Vincent, William Perkins; (M) 
John 60, W™. 55. 

23. (A) May 3^ 1728; (B) Benjamin Roby; (C) W". Roby; (D) 
0-9-4; (E) 3-15-0; (L) William Roby; (M) William 68. 

24. (C) 59; Vacancy. 

25. (A) Aug'. 20"', 1745; (B) Benjamin Downs; (C) 94; (D) John 
Nally Roby; (E) 0-9-6; (F) 1-18-0; (L) Benjamin Downs & Mary 
Downs; (M) Benjamin 54, Mary 52. 

26. (A) July lo"", 1740; (B) Benjamin Downs; (C) loi ; (D) John 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 31 

Nally Roby; (E) o-io-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) Benj'^. Downs, Mary Downs & 
John Griffin; (M) Benj». 54, Mary 52, John 30. 

27. (A) Oct'. 23^ 1747; (B) WilHam Roby, Sen^ (C) 6; (D) William 
Roby; (E) i-o-o; (F) 4-0-0; (L) W"". Roby & Pryor Smallwood Roby; 
(M) William 34, Pryor 30. 

28. (C) 615V2; Vacancy, 30. Vacancy, 32. (C) 76; Vacancy. 

29. (A) Decem^ 21=', 1748; (B) Thomas Owen; (C) 81^4; (D) Thomas 
Owen; (E) 0-8-0; (F) 1-12-0; (L) Thomas Owen, Owen Roby & Tho^ 
Kenedy; (M) Thomas 44, Owen 22, Thomas Kennedy 25. 

31. (A) Decem^ 25, 1753; (B) Thomas Owen; (C) 123V4; (D) Thomas 
Owen; (E) 0-12-9; (F)2-ii-o; (L) Thomas Owen & Joseph Owen; (M) 
Thomas 44, Joseph 15. 

33. (A) Decem'. 25, 1741; (C) 12V4; (D) John Loveless; (E) 0-1-2; 
(F) 0-4-8; (L) Sam ^ Lovelass & Luke Lovelass; (M) Sam'. 36, Luke 32. 

34. (A) Dec. 25, 1750; (B) Philip Key; (C) 290; (D) PhiUp Key; (E) 
l-io-o; (F) 6-0-0; (L) Francis Key; Francis 40 Dead. 

35. (C) 2144; Patent Land called Jourden Tract Granted 1695. 

36. (A) Decem^ 11"', 1751; (B) Thomas & Edw"*. M'=danniel; (C) 132; 

(D) Thomas Darnall; (E) 0-14-10; (F) 2-19-4; (L) Thomas Darnall & 
Sarah Darnall; (M) Thomas 54, Sarah 54. 

37. (A) April 8'\ 1762; (B) Thomas Owens; (C) 12V4; (D) Tho'. 
Owens; (E) 0-2-7; (F) 0-2-7; (L) 15 yrs. 

38. (A) Decem^ 25, 1721; (B) John Lovelass; (C) 59V2; (D) John 
Lovelass; (E) 0-6-4; (F) 2-1 1-6; (L) John Lovelass; (M) John 70. 

39. (A) Sept^ 2'^, 1765; (B) Thomas Arvin; (C) 15; (D) Tho'. Arvin; 
(E)-3-ioV2; (F)o-3-ioV2; (L) 18V2 yrs. 

40. (A) Aug'. 20"', 1745; (B) John- Lovelass; (C) 78; (D) John Love- 
lass; (E) 0-9-0; (F) 1-16-0; (L) Samuel Lovelass & Luke Lovelass ; (M) 
Samuel 36, Luke 32. 

41. (A) June29'\ 1728; (B) Ralph Roby; (0)1041/2; (D) Ralph Roby; 

(E) o-io-o; (F) 4-0-0; (L) Ralph Roby & Sarah Roby; (M) Ralph 60, 
Sarah 45. 

42. (A) April 27"', 1727; (B) Edward Darnall; (C) 113; (D) Thomas 
Darnall; (E) 0-11-3; (F) 4-10-0; (L) Thomas Darnall; (M) Tho^ 54. 

43. (A) Oct^ i^S 1740; (B) George Askin; (C) 13; (D) Hezekiah 
Rieves; (E) 0-1-3; (L) Rebecca Asken & John Asken ; (M) Rebecca 50, 
John 40. 

44. (A) Decem^ 25, 1749; (B) Elizabeth Askin ; (C) 80; (D) Hezekiah 
Rieves; (E) 0-8-3; (F) 1-12-0; (L) Andra Askin ; (M) Andra 26. 

45- (C) 76; Vacancy (Suppose"*). 

46. (A) Decem^ 25, 1739; (B) James Middleton; (C) 69V2; (D) James 
Middleton; (E) o-io-o; (F) 2-0-0; Smith Middleton, Ja^ Middleton & 



32 MARYLAND RECORDS— CHARLES CO.— ZACHAIAH 

Ig=. IMiddleton; (M) Smith (44), James 41, Ignatius 26. N. B. Ig^ must 
be more. 

47. (A) Decem'. 25, 1728; (B) George Askin; (C) 79V4; (D) Hezekiah 
Reeves; (E) 0-7-6; (F) 3-0-0; (L) John Askin & Rebecca Askin; (M) 
John 40, Rebecca 50. 

48. (A) May3^ 1763; (B) Richard Vincent; (C) 12; (D) 0-3-9; (E) 
0-3-9; (L) i6V4yrs. 

49. (A) Novm'. 8'\ 1739; (B) Philip Moreland; (C) 49V2 *& 122; (D) 
Philip Moreland; (E) 0-4-4 & o-io-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) Philip Moreland & 
John Moreland; (M) Philip 64, John 32. 

50. (C) 60, Vacancy. 

51. Totals Brought Over (C) 8272 V4; (E) £20-12-872; Fines due 4-0-4. 

52. (A) Decem^ 11*^, 1751; (B) John Hindly; (C) 67V4; (D) James 
More; (E) 0-7-9; (F) i-ii-o; (L) John Hindly, Ruth Hindly & John 
Hindly, Jun^, (M) John 40, Ruth 40, John Hindly Jun^ 18. 

53. (A) June 1=*, 1758; (B) Thomas Cawood; (C) 40; (D) Thomas 
Cawood; (E) 1-2-0; (F) 2-3-4; (L) Stephen Cawood & Mary Cawood; 
(M) Stephen 18, Mary 20. 

54. (A) Jan^ i^\ 1754; (B) Edward Darnall; (C) 48; (D) Thomas 
Boarman; (E) 0-7-0; (F) 1-8-0; Fines due, 1-8-0; (L) Pricilla Darnall 
& Lizzie Darnall; (M) Pricilla 32, Lizzie 16. 

55. (A) May i^\ 1758; (B) John Vincent; (C) 96V2; (D) James 
Marshall; (E) 0-11-9; (F) 2-7-0; (L) John Pidgion Vincent, Philip 
Vincent & Joanna Vincent, quere their ages & which are alive. 

56. (A) Decem^ 25, 1746; (B) John Aloreland; (C) 76; (D) John 
Moreland; (E) 0-7-7; (F) 1-10-4; (L) Zachariah Moreland <& Zephaniah 
Moreland; (M) Zachariah 25, Zephaniah 23. 

57- (C) 91, Vacancy. 

58. (A) Decem^ 25"', 1746; (B) Andrew Cambrun; (C) 125; (D) 
Tho°. Wedding & John Moreland; (E) 0-15-6; (F) 3-2-0; Fines due, 
7-15-0; (L) John Smith More, James More & Hezekiah More; (M) John 
40, James 36, Hezekiah 24. 

Vacancies; 59- (C) 39V2; 60. (C) 76; 62. (C) 48; 63. (C) 53'/2; 66. 
(C) 30; 68. (C) 51V4 & Sundry Vacancies (C) 13174- 

61. (A) March 25'^ 1742; (B) William Ogden; (C) 89; (D) Edward 
Jenkins; (E) 0-10-5; (F) 2-1-0; Fines due, 1-0-8; (L) Hen\ Jenkins, 
Edw"*. Jenkins & Sarah Jenkins; (M) Henrietta 35, Edward 32, Sarah 30. 

64. (A) Decem'. 26'\ 1746; (B) Edward Jenkins; (C) 54 V2; (D) 
Edward Jenkins; (E) 0-5-8; (F) 1-2-8; (L) Edw''. Jenkins, Sarah 
Jenkins, & John Boon; (M) Edward 32, Sarah 30, John 36. 

65. (A) April 27»>>, 1753; (B) John Moor; (C) 43 V2; (D) James 
Marshall; (E) 0-5-8; (F) 1-2-8; (L) James Moor, Hezekiah Moor & 
John Moor. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 33 

67. (A) Decern'. 25'S 1746; (B) John Baggott; (C) 78; (D) John 
Baggott; (E) 0-8-6; (F) 1-14-0; (L) John Baggott, John Bowling 
Baggott & Sam: Baggott; (M) John 67, John BowHng 32, Samuel 27. 

69. (A) Decem'. 25, 1749; (B) Thomas Speake; (C) 40V2; (D) Thomas 
Speake; (E) 0-9-0; (F) 1-16-0; (L) Jane Speake & John Speake; (M) 
Jane 54, John 35. 

70. (A) Decem^ s"-, 1737; (B) John Vincent; (C) 86; (D) James 
Marshall; (E) 0-8-7; (F) 1-14-4; (L) John Vincent, Elizabeth Vincent & 
Rich"^. Vincent, quere their Ages & which are alive. 

Totals: (0)9637; (E) 26-1 2-1 V2; Fines due, 14-4-0. 



DORCHESTER COUNTY 



State of His Lordships Manor of Nanticoke in 
Dorchester County, November, 1767 

I. (A) June I2'h, 1747; (B) Henry Hooper, Son of CoK; (C) 187; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 0-18-9; (L) Lessee & Ann his Wife; (M) Lessee 40, his Wife 
38. Improved agreeable to Lease. Good Land. 

H. (A) June 12, 1747; (B) Henry Hooper, Son of Col°.; (C) 170; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 0-17-0; (L) Ditto; (M) Ditto. Some improvements & 
soil. 

HL (A) June 7, 1757; (B) Joshua Edmondson; (C) 168^4; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 1-13-10; (L) 21 years; Improved agreeable to Lease. Tollerable 
good low swampy land. 

IV. (A) Julys, 1760; (B) Mary Jones; (C)3i; (D) Lessee; (E) 0-6-3; 
(L) 21 yrs. Low swamp. 

V. (A) February s"-, 1760; (B) Elizabeth Foster; (C) 80; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 0-16-0; (L) 21 yrs. Improved agreeable to Lease. Tollerable good 
low Lands. 

VI. (A) February 5"", 1760; (B) James Jones, Jun^; (C) 54; (D) 
Lessee; (E) o-io-io; (L) 21 yrs. Chiefly low Swamp. 

VII. (A) Aug. 17, 1760; (B) Daniel Jones, Jun^; (C) 92; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 0-18-6^4; (L) 21 yrs. Tollerable good Land. 

VIII. (A) Apr. 25'\ 1760; (B) Henry Hooper; (C) 14; (D) Lessee; (E) 
0-2-1 1 ; (L) 21 yrs. Marsh, Water & Strand point. 

IX. (A) Apr. 16, 1761; (B) Ditto; (C) 138V4; (D) Ditto; (E) 1-8-2; 
(L) 21 yrs. Good Swamp. 

X. (A) Apr. 18, 1761; (B) Ditto; (C) 158; (D) Ditto; (E) 1-11-7; 
(L) 21 yrs. Poor Swamp. 

XL (A) Apr. 18, 1 76 1- (B) William Jones; (C) 53V4; (D) Lessee; (E) 
0-10-9; (L) 21 yrs. Good low Land. 

XII. (A) Apr. 17, 1 761; (B) John Wheeler; (C) 207; (D) Lessee; (E) 
2-1-5; (L) 21 yrs. Improved agreeable to Lease. Chiefly broken poor 
Swamp. 

XIII. (A) Apr. 21,1761; (B) Gilbert Hufi^ngton; (C)46V2; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 0-9-4 V2; (L) 21 yrs. A Marsh. 

XIV. (A) Aug. 24'\ 1762; (B) William Smith; (C) 174; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 1-14-9V4; (L) 21 yrs. Improved agreeable to Lease. Part good 
Land & part low Swamp. 

XV. (A) Ditto; (B) Ditto; (C) 46V2; (D) Lessee; (E) 0-9-4; (U 21 
yrs. A Marsh. 



38 MARYLAND RECORDS— DORCHESTER CO.— NANTICOKE 

XVI. (A) Feb. y^N 1762; (B) William Jones; (C) 77; (D) Lessee; (E) 
o~l5'~5; (L) 21 yrs. Good Swamp. 

XVIL (A) April I3t\ 1762; (B) John Pike; (C) 91; (D) Lessee; (E) 
0-18-1V2; (L) 21 yrs. Broken Land with small Ridges. 

XVHL (A)Oct. 29'\ 1762; (B) Alexander Lang; (C) 150; (D) Lessee: 
(E) i-io-o; (L) 21 yrs. Broken Swamp. 

XIX. (A) Aug. 25"", 1762; (B) James Jones; (C) 100; (D) Lessee; 
(E) i-o-o; (L) 21 yrs. Poor Swamp chiefly over the Manor Line. 

XX. (A) June 25'\ 1762; (B) John Charles Craft; (C) 50; (D) Lessee; 
(E) o-io-o; (L) 21 yrs. Deep Swamp without Improvement. 

XXI. (A) May I2'\ 1763; (B) William Jones; (C) 25; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 0-5-0; (L) 21 yrs. All Marsh. 

XXII. (A) May ii'N 1763; (B) Michael Holland; (C) 176; (D) 
Lessee; (L) 21 yrs. Broken Swamp some of which is very low. 

XXIII. (A) May 12, 1763; (B) Alexander Lang; (C) 30; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 0-6-0; (L) 21 yrs. Poor Marsh. 

XXIV. (A) June 12, 1763; (B) Levin Charlescraft; (C) 50; (D) 
Lessee; (E) o-io-o; (L) 21 yrs. Very poor white Clay Swamp. 

XXV. (A) May I4'N 1764; (B) Joshua Edmondson; (C) 261V2; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 2-12-3; (L) Lessee. Improved as per Lease. Great part is 
low Swamp. 

XXVI. (A) Ditto; (B) Zacharias Campbell & Co. (C) 3V2; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 0-0-8; (L) 21 yrs. Improved as per Lease. 

XXVII. (A) Sept. 29'\ 1764; (B) Levin Bistpitch; (C) 103; (D) 
Lessee; (E) 1-0-7; (L) 21 yrs. Tollerable good low Land. 

XXVI II. (A) Ditto; (B) John Bistpitch; (C) 288; (D) Lessee; (E) 
2-17-7; (L) 21 yrs. Tollerable good low Land. 

XXIX. (A) April I5'S 1766; (B) Jonathan Charlescroft ; (C) 49; (D) 
Lessee; (E) o-io-o; (L) 21 yrs. Poor white Clay Swamp. 

XXX. (A) Ditto; (B) William Wheland; (C) 208; (D) Lessee; (E) 
2-1-7; (L) 21 yrs. Improved as per Lease. Chiefly good low Land. 

XXXI. (A) May 20'\ 1762; (B) Charles Muir; (C) 432; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 3-12-0. Improved as per Lease. Lease not Executed per Cert. 360 a. 
Chiefly poor white Clay Swamp. 

XXXII. (C) 50; (D) Edward White; (E) -lo-o. Part good high 
Land & part Marsh, held per Cert^ 

XXXIII. (C) 25; (D) John Charlescraft; (E) 0-5-0. All marsh, held 
p. Cert^ 

XXXIV. (A) Dec. ii*\ 1733; (B) Tranus Money; (C) 195; (D) 
Gilbert Huffington; (L) Life of John "Hodson" son of John "Hudson" 
Qtiartus, aged 45. N. B. Gov'. & Agent granted this Lease clear of Rent. 
ToUerably good low Land. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 39 

XXXV. (C) 200; (D) John Leatherbenl^ held by Certificate. N. B, 
Leatherberry is pray^. Pattent. Tollerably good Land. 
Total Annual Rent £35-8-1 1V4. 

No. 

A. (C) 66, Vacancy Joining No VIII »S: Nanticoke River. 

B. (C) 42, ditto do No III & Manor Line. 

C. (C) 223, ditto do Nanticoke River. 

D. (C) 12, ditto do No V & X. 

E. (C) 63, ditto do No XVIII & Manor Line. 

F. (C) 43, ditto do No XIV & XXXIV. 

G. (C) 238, ditto do Manor Line, XVII, XIX, XX, XXXI & XXXIV. 
H. (C) 126, ditto do Manor Line, XXII, XXVII & XXVIII. 

I. (C) 380, ditto do Nanticoke River, XXXI & XXXV. 
K. (C) 71, ditto do Manor Line, XXVII & XXVIII. 

Total acres 544974- N. B. The whole Manor is much Pillaged of 
Timber. 



"State of His Lordship's Mannor of Gunpowder 

March, 1767. This Manor Certificate 

Dated Maie" . 

Piatt I. (A) September 30"^, 1736; (B) George Elliott; (C) 100; (D) 
John Chamberlain; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) Ann Elliot & Susanna 
Westwood; (M) Ann about 75, Susana. ab°. 45. 

Piatt 2, 3, 4. (A) January io'\ 1745; (B) Jacob Wright; (C) 157; (D) 
Sarah Wright; (E) 1-11-45/4; (F) 3-2-9V2; (L) Ezekiel Wright & 
Solomon Watkins; (]\I) Ezekiel ab". 39, Solomon ab°. 40. 

5. (C) 143; (D) John Chamberiain; (E) 1-8-7V4; (M) held by a 
Certificate July 29"", 1762. 

6. (A) January 14*'', 1743; (B) John Chamberlain; (C) 106; (D) John 
Chamberlain; (E) i-i-i ; (F) 2-2-2; (L) Tho^ Chamberlain, Eliz. 
Chamberlain & Mary Chamberlain; (M) Thomas 25, Eliz: 26, Mary 20 — 
Vide Date of the Lease. 

7. (A) January 24, 1756; (B) Joseph Frost; (C) 100; (D) Mary Frost; 
(E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) Twenty one years. 

8. (A) March 2^, 1737; (B) Thomas Gittings; (C) 153; (D) James 
Gittings; (E) i-io-o; (F) 3-0-0; (L) Susanna Gittings, Tho'. Gittings & 
James Gittings; (M) Susanna 39, Thomas 36, James 31. 

9. (A) January i, 1738; (B) Thomas Gittings; (C) 108; (D) Ja'. 
Gittings & John Chamberlain; (E) 1-1-7V2; (F) 2-3-3; (Fines due) i-ii- 



40 MARYLAND RECORDS— DORCHESTER COUNTY 

2; (L) Thomas Gittings, James Gittings & Azael Gittings; (M) Tho». 36, 
James 31, Azael 28. Vide Date of Lease. Fine due or . 

ID. (A) March 7, 1721 (B) Thomas Gittings (C) 155; (D) John Cham- 
berlaine; (E) 2-5-0; (F) lO-o-o; (L) Margaret Chamberlaine Daughter 
of Tho'. Gittings; (M) Margaret Chamberlaine 47. 

(A) March 7, 1755; (B) Thomas Gittings, New Lease; (C) 295; (D) 
James Gittings; (E) 3-5-0; (F) 6-10; (L) Ja=. Gittings, Azael Gittings & 
Tho'. Son of Tho". Gittings; (M) James 31, Azael 28, Thomas 14. In this 
Lease is included the Lea . 

11. (C) 80; (D) James Gittings; (E) 0-16-0; (M) held by Certificate. 

12. (A) December 28, 1728; (B) John Diggs; (C) 150; (D) James 
Moore; (E) 0-15-0; (F) 6-0-0; (L) Philip Diggs, Edward Diggs & 
William Diggs; (M) Philip 50, Edward 48, William 46, pays 2 Capons. 

13. (C) 120; (D) John Miller; (E) 1-4-0; (M) held by Certificate. 

14. (A) February 25, 1742; (B) Charles Baker; (C) 115; (D) Charles 
Baker; (E) 1-3-0; (F) 2-6-0; (L) Charles Baker & Charles Baker his 
Son; (M) Charles Sen^ 63, Charles Jun^ 26. 

15. (A) March 20, 1720; (B) William Deason; (C) 100; (D) Charles 
Baker; (E) o-io-o; (F) 4-0-0; (L) Sam'. Deason, W". Deason Jun'. & 
John Deason; (M) Saml. 63, W". 60, John 58. Gone to Virg". ab°. 15 
years ago. 

16. (C) 33; (D) Charles Baker; (E) 0-6-7V2; (M) held by Certificate. 

17. (A) August 29, 1761; (B) John James; (C) 73; (D) John James; 
(E) 0-14-7; (F) 1-9-2; (L) Twenty One years. 

18. (C) 100; (D) Michael Jenkins; (E) i-o-o; (M) held by Cirtificate. 

19. (A) February 25, 1742; (B) William Standeford; (C) 220; (D) 
William Standeford; (E) 2-4-0; (F) 4-8-0; (L) William Standeford & 
Anila Standeford; (M) William 58, Aquila 25. 

20. (A) Septem^ 30, 1736; (B) Darby Hernley; (C) 100; (D) Michael 
Jenkins; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (Fines due) 2-0-0; (L) Mary Hernley, 
Darby Hernley & Edmund Hernley; (M) Mary 40, Darby 35, Edmund 
33, all gone to Carolina 4 y . 

21. (A) March 20, 1720; (B) John Fuller; (C) 120; (D) Michael 
Jenkins; (E) 0-12-0; (F) 4-0-0; (Fines due) 4-0-0; (L) Henry Fuller, 
Nehemiah Fuller; (M) Henry 50, Nehemiah 48, pays 2 Capons. Gone to 
Carolina. 

22. (A) January i, 1738; (B) Thomas Gittings; (C) 98; (D) Thomas 
Gittings; (E) 0-19-7V2; (F) 1-19-3; (L) Tho'. Gittings, James Gittings 
& Azael Gittings; (M) Thomas 36, James 31, Azael 28. Vide Date of 
Lease. 

23. (A) April 15, 1749; (B) James Moore, Jun^; (C) 200; (D) Geo. 
Hunter & Ja^ Gittings; (E) 2-0-0; (F) 4-0-0; (L) James Moore, Rezin 
Moore & Mary Moore; (M) James 46, Rezin 22, Mary 24. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 41 

24. (A) Septem'. 29, 1756; (B) James Moore; (C) 200; (D) George 
Hunter & Ja'. Gittings; (E) 2-0-0; (F) 4-0-0; (L) Rezin Moore, Ja». 
Frances Moore & Nicholas Ruxton Moore; (M) Rezin 22, Ja'. Francis 15, 
Nic^ Ruxton 12. 

25- (A) January 29, 1762; (B) Rezin Moore; (C) 125; (D) George 
Hunter; (E) 1-5-0; (F) 2-10-0; (L) Twenty one years. 
. 26. (A) December 15, 1742; (B) James Demmit; (C) 200; (D) Arthur 
Croskery; (E) 2-0-0; (F) 4-0-0; (Fines due) 4-0-0; (L) Ja=. Demmit, 
Athaliah Demmit & EHz: Demmit; (M) James 60, AthaHah 29, Eliz: 27. 
Gone to Carolina, ab°. i year. 

27. (A) March 20, 1720; (B) William Demmit; (C) 100; (D) James 
Demmit; (E) o-io-o; (F) 4-0-0; (L) James 60, William 56. Pay 2 
Capons. Ja'. gone to Carolina. 

28. (A) March 7, 1755; (B) Tho». Gittings; (C) 50; (D) James 
Gittings; (E) o-io-o; (F) i-o-o; (L) James Gittings, Azael Gittings, & 
Tho^ Son of Tho=. Gittings; (M) James 31, Azael 28, Thomas 14. 

29. (C) 166; (D) James Demmitt; (E) 1-13-2V2; (M) held by Cer- 
tificate April 10, 1755. 

30. (A) Sept. II, 1728; (B) Darby Hernley; (C) 100; (D) Joseph 
Lewis; (E) o-io-o; (F) 4-0-0; (Fines due) 4-0-0; (L) Darby Hernley, 
Ann Hernley, Mary Hernley; (M) Darby 63, Mary 40, Ann 42. "Quere 
all gone to Carolina." 

31. (C) 156; (D) Joseph Lewis; (E) 1-11-2V2; (M) held by Certificate 
March 25"", 1761. 

32. (C) 14; (D) Arthur Croskery; (E) 0-2-10V4; (M) held by Cer- 
tificate Sep'. 29, 1762. 

33. (A) Jan. I, 1738; (B) Tho=. Gittings; (C) 36; (D) Ja^ Gittings & 
John Chamberlaine; (E) 0-7-2V2; (F) 0-14-5; (L) Tho». Gittings, James 
Gittings, Azael Gittings; (M) Tho^ 36, James 31, Azael 28. Vide Date 
of Lease, same Land as No. 3 . 

34. (A) Jan. I, 1738 record duplicates Piatt 33 ; (L) "same 

lives." 

35- (C) 76; (D) WiUiam Sandeford; (E) 0-15-2V2; (M) held by Cer- 
tificate Feb. 25, 1754. This & No. 19 are the same Land & make together 
2 . 

36. (C) 22; (D) Benjamin Guiton; (E) 0-4-4V4; (M) held by Cer- 
tificate. 

37. (A) July 7, 1743; (B) Abraham Enlows; (C) 41; (D) Robert 
Cummings; (E) 1-8-2; (F) 2-16-6; (L) Mary Enlows & Benj^ Enlows; 
(M) Mary 56, Benj\ 28. 

38. (C) 143; (D) Edward Bussey; (E) 1-8-7V4; (M) held by Certifi- 
cate. 



42 MARYLAND RECORDS— DORCHESTER COUNTY 

39- (C) 15V4; (D) Jeremiah Chance; (E) 0-2-V2; (M) held by Certifi- 
cate. 

40. (C) 140; (D) William Bryan; (E) 1-8-0; (M) held by Certificate, 
Dec. 15, 1750. 

41. (C) 52; (D) Abraham Bryan; (E) 0-10-4V4; (M) held by Ditto 
Aug. 30, 1762. 

42. (A) May 10, 1748; (B) Abraham Ditto; (C) 100; (D) Abraham 
Ditto; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-a-o; (L) Abraham Ditto, Mary Ditto & Diana 
Ditto; (M) Abraham 50, Mary 45, Diana 27. 

43. (A) Dec. 17, 1742; (B) John Legett; (C) 125; (D) Thomas Butler; 
(E) 1-5-0; (F) 2-10-0; (Fines due) 2-10-0; (L) John Legett; (M) John 
Legett 56. 

44. (C) 13; (D) Samuel Watkins; (E) 0-2-7V4; (M) held by Certifi- 
cate Aug. 16, 1762. 

45. (C) 152; (D) Samuel Watkins; (E) 1-10-4V4; (M) held by Certifi- 
cate May 21, 1750. 

46. (C) 100; (D) Colding Coombs; (E) i-o-o; (M) held by Certificate 
June 20, 1753. 

47. (A) Sept. 29, 1748; (B) Cornelius Lynch; (C) 120; (D) Cornelius 
Lynch; (E) 1-4-0; (F) 2-4-0; (L) Winifred Lynch, Catharine Lynch & 
Hugh Brady; (M) Winifred 26 [?], Catharine 22, Hugh Brady 24. 

48. (A) May 28, 1761; (B) Cornelius Lynch; (C) 140; (D) Cornelius 
Lynch; (E) 1-8-0; (F) 2-16-0; (L) Twenty one years. 

49. (A) Dec. 16, 1742; (B) William Dimmit; (C) 200; (D) Benjamin 
Guiton; (E) 2-0-0; (F) 4-0-0; (L) William Dimmit, James Dimmit & 
W". Dimmit, Jun'. ; (M) William 56, James 50, William, Jun^ 26. 

50. (A) Nov. 10, 1733; (B) Abraham Enlows; (C) 100; (D) Robert 
Cummings; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (Fines due) 2-0-0; (L) Mary Enlows 
& Benjamin Enlows; (M) Mary 55, Benj. 28. 

51. (A) May 30, 1744; (B) "Edward Busey"; (C) 100; (D) "Edward 
Bussey"; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) Jessie Bussie& Thomas Bussey; (M) 
Jessie 29, Thomas 24. 

52. (C) 116; (D) Thomas Atkinson; (E) 1-3-2V2; (M) held by 
Certificate April 30, 1753. 

53. (A) March 25, 1742; (B) William Coal; (C) 100; (D) Edward 
Rose; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (Unpaid fines) 2-0-0; (L) William Coal, 
Mary Coal & Broad Coal; (M) William 45, Mary 43, Broad 34. 

54. (A) July 7, 1748; (B) Peter Mallanee; (C) 100; (D) Abraham 
Wright; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) John Mallanee; (M) John Mallanee 30. 

55. (A) Dec. 25, 1743; (B) John Lawson; (C) 152; (D) Jeremiah 
Chanee; (E) 1-10-272; (F) 3-0-5; (L) John Lawson, Ann Lawson & 
Eliz: Lawson; (M) John 42, Ann 28, Eliz: 27. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 43 

56. (A) Sept. 22, 1761; (B) Jeremiah Chanee; (C) 18; (D) Jeremiah 
Chanee ; (E) 0-3-7 ; (F) 0-7-2 ; (L) Twenty one years. 

57. (C) 104; (D) James ElHot; (E) 1-0-9V2; (M) held by Certificate 
March 31, 1746. 

58. (A) March 2^ 1737; (B) Robert Gott; (C) 100; (D) Mary 
Gudgeons; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) Richard Gott & EHzabeth Gott; 
(M) Richard 31, EHz: 42. 

59. (C) 44; (D) Abraham Wright; (E) 0-8-9V2; (M) held by Cirtifi- 
cate, 60. (A) March 2'*, 1737; (B) Richard Cox; (C) 100; (D) Henry 
MCastHn; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (Unpaid fines) 6-0-0; (L) Ann Cox & 
Elizabeth Cox; (M) Ann 55, Eliz: 33, remov*. from Virg". to S". Carolina 
ab". 3 years. 

61. (A) Sept. 9, 1761; (B) Groombright Bailey; (C) 175; (D) Groom- 
bright Bailey; (E) 1-15-0; (F) 3-10-0; (L) Twenty one years. 

62. (A) March 7'\ 1746; (B) William Wilson; (C) 240; (D) John & 
Benjamin Thidd Wilson; (E) 2-8-0; (F) 4-16-0; (L) John Wilson & 
Benjamin Thidd Wilson; (M) John 46, Benjamin 36. 

63. (A) January 12, 1746; (B) Richard Harriot; (C) 100; (D) Richard 
Harriot; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) Richard Harriot, Ann Harriot & 
Mary Harriot; (M) Richard 60, Ann 28, Mary 26. 

64. (C) 72; (D) John Wilson; (E) 0-14-4V4; (M) held by Certificate 
May 25"', 1762. 

65. (A) Sept. 13, 1734; (B) John Lawson; (C) 100; (D) George Smith; 
(E) I-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (Unpaid fines) 2-0-0; (L) John Lawson, Thomas 
Lawson & Moses Lawson; (M) John 42, Thomas 39, Moses 38. 

66. (C) 62; (D) Michael Jenkins; (E) 0-12-4V4; (M) held by Certifi- 
cate May 19"', 1754 for 162, the 100 acres . 



State of His Lordships Manor [Conegocheague?] 
1767 — Surveyed October 25*^. 17 — 

1. (A) July 21, 1762; (B) Joseph Williams; (C) 233; (D) George Ross 
Ex^ of Lessee; (E) 2-6-8; (E) 5. 13. 4; (L) 21 yrs. 

2. (A) June 23, 1762; (B) George Ross; (C) 300; (D) George Ross; 
(E) 3-0-0; (F) 6-0-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

3. (A) June 23, 1762; (B) Aaron More ; (C) 128; (D) Aaron More; (E) 
1-5-7; (F) 2-1 1-2; (L) 21 yrs. 

4. (A) Octob^ 17, 1737; (B) Van Swearingen Sen'.; (C) 103; (D) Van 
Swearingen Jun^; (E) -il-o; (F) o-ii-o; Fines due, o-ii-o; (L) 
Joseph Swearingen, John Swearingen & Van Swearingen, Sons of Lessie; 
(M) Joseph 42, John 36, Van 34. Quere if this fine is due. 



44 MARYLAND RECORDS— DORCHESTER COUNTY 

5. (A) Septem'. 17, 1762; (B) Van Swearingen Jun'.; (C) 165; (D) 
Van Swearingen, Jun^; (E) 1-13-0; (F) 3-6-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

6. (A) June 28, 1762; (B) Arnest Cremer; (C) iii; (D) Arnest 
Cremer, Lessee; (E) 1-2-2 V2; (F) 2-4-5; (L) 21 yrs. 

7. (A) Septem'. 7, 1762; (B) Basil Williams; (C) 300; (D) Basil 
Williams; (E) 3-0-0; (F) 6-0-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

8. (A) Decem^ 9, 1752; (B) Col°. Thomas Prather; (C) 214; (D) 
Thomas Prather; (E) 1-1-4V4; (F) 2-2-9V2; (L) Thomas Prather; (M) 
Thomas Prather 60, Elizabeth & Thomas Clegett Prather, both Dead. 

9. (A) Septem^ 30, 1765; (B) Martin Vasner; (C) 65; (D) Martin 
Carner; (E) 0-13-0; (F) 1-6-0; (L) 21 yrs.; (M) held by Certificate 
dated March 30, 1765. Lease executed. 

10. (C) 100; (D) Edward Gaither; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs. 
held by Certificate dated March 4"^, 1763 made to Danl. Williams & sold 
to present Possessor. 

11. (C) 100; (D) Valentine Lytle; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Certificate dated Feb. 28, 1765. 

12. (C) 100; (D) Zephaniah Walker; (E) 0-13-7 V2; (F) i~7-3; Fines 
due, 1-7-3; (L) 21 yrs.; (M) held by Certificate dated Mch. 14"', 1765 for 
Joseph Wells & sold to the present Possessor. 

13. (A) Decem^ 23=*, 1762; (B) Richard Lucas ; (C) 100; (D) Lawrence 
Swoop; (E) I-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

14. (A) March s"-, 1763; (B) James Kendall; (C) 100; (D) Jacob 
Pryliman; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

15. (A) Feby. 10, 1763; (B) Joseph Wells; (C) 150; (D) Joseph Wells; 
(E) i-io-o; (F) 3-0-0; (M) held by Certificate dated Feb. lo"', 1763. 

16. (A) Jan". 30, 1737; (B) Jonathan "Symmonds" Sen".; (C) 200; 
(D) John Swearingen; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) Ehzabeth "Symonds" 
& Jonathan "Symonds"; (M) Lessee dead, Elizabeth 52, Jonathan 31. 

17. (C) 56; (D) Samuel Lucas; (E) 0-11-2V2; (F) 1-2-5; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Certificate dated March 14"', 1765. 

18. (A) May 4'\ 1749; (B) Peter Bell; (C) 72; (D) Samuel Lucas 
Tenant of Lessee; (E)-7-2V2; (F)-i4-5; (L) Peter Bell Lessee & Samuel 
Lucas; (M) Peter 75, Samuel 35, Eliz: wife of Lessee Dead. 

19. (C) 100; (D) George Fry; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs.; (M) 
held by Certificate dated Jan. 13"", 1764. Lease ExC*. 

20. (C) 100; (D) John Mane; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs.; (M) 
held by Certificate dated March 14"", 1765. 

21. (C) 100; (D) Jacob Houser; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Certificate dated Jan^. 13*'', 1764. 

22. (C) 100; (D) John Morndaller; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Certificate dated Decem'. 9''', 1764. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 45 

23. (C)94; (D) William Miller; (E) 0-18-10; (F) 1-17-8; (L)2iyrs.; 
(M) held by Certificate dated July 20*'', 1765. Lease Executed. 

24. (A) June 26"^, 1765; (B) Peter Settee; (C) 105; (D) Peter Settee; 
(E) i-l-o; (F) 2-2-0; (L) 21 yrs. as appears by Counterpart; (M) held 
by Certificate dated June 26"', 1765. 

25. (C) 70; (D) John Varner; (E) 0-14-0; (F) 1-8-0; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Certificate dated June 26, 1765. Lease Exc^. 

26. (A) October 6*\ 1763, (B) John Layman; (C) 125; (D) Adam 
Miller; (E) 1-5-0; (F) 2-10-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

27. (C) 118; (D) Joseph Leaman; (E) 1-3-7; (F) 2-7-3; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Certificate dated Feb. 25"', 1765. Lease ExC*. 

28. (A) July 21=*, 1762; (B) John Laymon; (C) 160; (D) Joseph 
Burley; (E) 1-12-0; (F) 3-4-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

29. (C) 120; (D) Frederick Shaveley; (E) 1-4-0; (F) 2-8-0; (L) 21 
yrs.; (M) held by Certificate dated Feb^. 26"", 1765. Lease Exc*. 

30. (C) 120; (D) John Upperhizer; (E) 1-10-7V2; (F) 3-1-3; (L) 21 
yrs.; (M) held by Certificate dated Feb^. 27"^, 1765. 

31. (A) Decem'. 24*'', 1762; (B) John Belt, Son of Higginton; (C) 100; 
(D) Jeremiah Lackland; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

32. (A) June 13, 1763; (B) James Stockwell; (C) 115; (D) Jacob 
Priliman; (E) 1-3-0; (F) 2-6-0; Fines due 2-6-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

33. (C)68; (D) John Bowslaw; (E) 0-13-7 V2; (F) 1-7-3; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Certificate dated Decem'. 31'*, 1765. Lease Exc*. 

34. (A) Sept^ 29">, 1743; (B) Thomas Waller ; (C) loo; (D) Christian 
Miller; (E) o-io-o; (F) i-o-o; (L) Lessee, Mary, Lessee's wife & John 
their Son; (M) Lessee 86, Mary 70, John 29. 

35. (A) April 4, 1763; (B) Christian Miller; (C) 132; (D) Christian 
Miller, Lessee; (E) 1-6-5; (F) 2-12-10; (L) 21 yrs. 

36. (A) June 18, 1763; (B) Nicholas Rhodes; (C) 126; (D) Nich^ 
Rhodes, Lessee; (E) 1-5-2 V2; (F) 2-10-5; (L) 21 yrs. 

37. (A) June I9t^ 1763; (B) Ezekiel Rhodes; (C) 100; (D) Ezekiel 
Rhodes, Lessee; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

38. (A) Aug'. 25, 1763; (B) James Butcher; (C) 100; (D) James 
Butcher, Lessee; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

39. (A) Septm^ 29"', 1737; (B) Van Swearingen; (C) 278; (D) Van 
Swearingen, Lessee; (E) 1-7-9V2; (F) 1-7-7; (L) Lessee, Samuel & 
Charles; (M) Lessee 76, Samuel 37, Charles 32. N. B. This fine is less 
than the ann. Rent. 

40. (A) Aug'. 26, 1763; (B) Charles Swearingen ; (C) 92; (D) Charles 
Swearingen, Lessee; (E) 0-18-5; (F) 1-16-10; (L) 21 yrs. 

41. (A) Sept'. 6, 1763; (B) Charles Neal, Jun^ (C) 130; (D) Eleanor 
Midley; (E) 1-6-0; (F) 2-12-0; (L) 21 yrs. 



46 MARYLAND RECORDS— DORCHESTER COUNTY 

42. (A) Feby. 26, 1739; (B) John Hallam; (C) lOO; (D) Leonard 
Smith; (E) 0-15-0; (F) i-io-o; (L) Lessee, Mary his wife & William 
their son; Lessee 65, Mary 55, William 36. Quere if all alive. Vide 
Minutes. 

43. (C) 128; (D) Leonard Smith; (E) 1-5-7V2; (F) 2-1 1-3; (L) 21 
yrs. ; (M) held by Certificate dated Sept^ 10"^, 1765. 

44. (A) Oct^ 17"', 1737; (B) Van Swearingen; (C) 99; (D) Christ°. 
Plunk or Brunk; (E) o-io-o; (F) o-io-o; (L) Van Swearingen's Son & 
Elizabeth Wife of Lessee; (M) Van 40, Elizabeth 70. N. B. The names 
of the Lessee & Lives in this Lease & Coun |[?] are erased & other inserted. 

45. (A) July 27, 1762; (B) Joseph Ranch; (C) 172; (D) Christopher 
Plunk; (E) 1-14-5; (F) 3-8-10; (L) 21 yrs. 

46. (A) July 26, 1762; (B) Joseph Crable; (C) 185; (D) Adam Coodle 
& Jacob Grove; (E) 1-17-0; (F) 3-14-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

47. (A) Aug'. 5, 1762; (B) Jacob Miers; (C) 100; (D) John Judy; (E) 
i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

48. (A) March 16, 1761; (B) David Miller; (C) 148; (D) David 
Miller; (E) 1-9-6; (F) 2-19-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

49. (A) Sept'. 19, 1761; (B) WilHam Miller; (C) 108; (D) George 
Huver; (E) 1-1-7V2; (F) 2-3-3; (L) 21 yrs. 

50. (A) [Torn] em 7, 1761; (B) Jacob Yeakill; (C) 107; (D) Jacob 
Yeakill, Lessee; (E) 1-1-5; (F) 2-2-10; (L) 21 yrs. 

51. (A) [Torn] tem^ 30, 1763; (B) Robert Jackson; (C) 150; (D) 
Robert Jackson, Lessee; (E) i-io-o; (F) 3-0-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

52. (A) Septmb^ 29, 1760; (B) James Hinthorn; (C) 171; (D) Jacob 
Plunk; (E) 1-3-5; (F) 2-6-10; (L) 21 yrs. 

53- (C) 177; (D) John Craig; (E) 1-15-5; (F) 3-10-10; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Certificate dated Octo'. 1st, 1763. Ed"*. Nichols has a Lease 
for Lives on this but he never [improved?] 

54. (A) [Torn] 29'S 1759; (B) Rich^. Carter; (C) 70; (D) Richard 
Carter, Lessee; (E) a-14-0; (F) 1-8-0; (L) 21 yrs; (M) In this Lease 
there is a great mistake in the Courses. Vide Plat & Minutes. 

55. (A) [Torn] 1745; (B) Joseph Lashier; (C) 120; (D) Joseph 
Lashier, Lessee; (E) 0-12-0; (F) 1-4-0; (L) Lessee, Thomas Lashier & 
John Lashier his Sons; (M) Joseph 40, Thomas 26, John 24. 

56. (A) [Torn] 1754; (B) John Little; (C) 138; _(D) Rich<i. Carter, Ex^ 
of Lessee; (E) 0-13-9; (F) 1-7-6; (L) Frances, Widow of Lessee & Mary 
his Daughter; (M) Frances 40, Mary 16. Frances is now married to R. 
Carter present Tenant. 

57. (A) [Torn] 1754; (B) Peter Malott; (C) 106; (D) Peter Malott; 
(E) 0-10-7; (F) 1-1-2; (L) Lessee, Sarah his Wife & Thomas their Son; 
(M) Lessee 40, Sarah 34 & Thomas 16. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 47 

58. (A) [Torn] 1737; (B) George Gordon ; (C) 500; (D) DoC. Charles 
Neale; (E) 2-10-0; (F) 5-0-0; (L) Mary Gordon & John children of 
Lessee & James Forbes Son of John of St. Mary's Co. (M) Mary 35, John 
32, James 40. Quere if all alive. 

59. (A) [Torn] 1759; (B) Doc^ Charles Neale; (C) 200; (D) Doc^ 
Charles Neale; (E) 2-0-0; (F) 4-0-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

60. (C) 144; (D) Ralph Neale; (E) 1-8-10; (F) 2-17-8; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Certificate dated Sept^ 17, 1765. Lease Executed. 

61. (C) 100; (D) Christian Traxall; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Certificate dated Sept^ 15, 1765. Lease Executed. 

62. (C) 164; (D) Ralph Neale; (E) 1-12-10; (F) 3-5-8; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Certificate dated Sept^ 16, 1765. (Lease Executed). 

63. (A) June i6'S 1761; (B) Edward Henesch; (C) 57; (D) Edward 
Henesch; (E) 0-11-5; (F) 1-2-10; (L) 21 yrs. 

64. (C) 100; (D) Martin Garner; (E) 1-2-0; (F) 2-4-0; (M) held by 
Certificate dated March lo"", 1760. 

65. (C) 240; (D) Martin Varner; (E) 2-8-0; (F) 4-16-0; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Cirtificate dated November 9"*, 1764. Lease Exc*. 

66. (A) July 19, 1763; (B) Martin Trout [Frout]; (C) 85; (D) 
Martin Trout [Frout?]; (E) 0-17-0; (F) 1-14-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

67. (A) June 30, 1762; (B) Hans Millar; (C) 156; (D) Hans Millar; 
(E) 1-I1-2V2; (F) 3-2-5; (L) 21 yrs. 

68. (C)92; (D) John Fry [Try?]; (E) 0-18-5; (F) 1-16-10; Fines due 
I-16-10; (L) 21 yrs. ; (M) held by Cirtificate dated Nov^ 12"^, 1764, made 
out for Jos. Davis & sold to the present [Torn]. 

69. (A) June 13, 1762; (B) Ephraim Skyles; (C) 122; (D) Ephraim 
Skyles; (E) 1-4-5; (F) 2-8-10; (L) 21 yrs.; (M) this Lot lies almost 
without the Manor Lines. 

70. (C) 104; (D) Thomas South; (E) 0-10-5; (F) i-o-io; (L) 
Thomas South age about 50; (M) Certificate dated Sept^ 29, 1763, but 
whether held by it or not uncertain vide . 

71. (C)76; (D) Joseph Malott; (E)o-i5-2V2; (F) 1-10-5; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Certificate dated July 20, 1765. Leese executed. 

72. (C) 51; (D) Benjamin Malott; (E) 0-10-2V2; (F) 1-0-5; (L) 21 
yrs; (M) held by Cirtificate dated Feby. 25, 1766. Lease Executed. 

73. (C) 200; (D) George Ross; (E) 2-0-0; (F) 4-0-0; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Cirtificate dated Sept'. 29, 1765. Lease Executed. 

74. (C) 170; (D) George Ross; (E) 1-14-0; (F) 3-0-0; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Cirtificate dated Sep'. 29, 1765. Ditto. 

75. (A) Oct^ ; (B) John Swan; (C) 100; (D) John Swan; (E) 

o-io-o; (F) i-o-o; (L) Lessee, EHzabeth his Wife & Thomas their Son; 
(M) Lessee 45, Wife 43, Son 20. 



48 MARYLAND RECORDS— DORCHESTER COUNTY 

76. (B) Thomas Cresap; (C) 106; (D) CoI°. Thomas Cresap; (D) 

0-10-8; (E) ; (L) Lessee, Thomas his Son & Michael his Son. 

(M) tis said Cresap has a Leese for this. 

77. (C) 200; (D) Thomas Powell; (E) 2-0-0; (F) 4-0-0; (L) 21 yrs. ; 
(M) held by Cirtificate June 14"", 1765. Lies in the Reser\'e, is part of 
Helmes' Reston Widows Mito QCaveat?]] 

78. (C) 50; (D) John Powell; (E) o-io-o; (F) i-o-o; (L) 21 yrs.; (M) 
held by Cirtificate June 12, 1765. Lies in the Reserve. Lease Executed. 

79. (C) 100; (D) Jeremiah Foster; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs.; 
(M) held by Cirtificate June 16, 1765. Lies in the Reserve. 

80. (C) 100; (D) Anthony Higer [?]; (E) i-o-o; _(F) 2-0-K); (L) 21 
yrs.; (M) held by Cirtificate dated June 15, 1765. Lies in the Reserve. 
Leese Exc*. 

Note: Conegocheague (?) Manor, pages 43-48, probably belongs in 
Frederick County, following. 



FREDERICK COUNTY, 1767-1768 



"State of His Lordship's Manor of Monococy, 
Monococy, 1767."* 

Lot or Plat No. i. (A) Leased Nov. i, 1752 to (B) Simon Shover, (C) 
54 acres; (D) tenant in possession, Simon Shover, lessie; (E) annual rent, 
-10-10; (F) "aluna. fine," i-i-io; fines due, none; (L) leased on lives of 
Simon Shover, Adam son of Simon, Peter Shover; (M) ages of persons 
named in the lease, Simon 55, Adam 20, Peter 21. 

No. 2. Leased Aug. 23, 1741 to John Biggs, 203 acres; tenant in 
possession Caspar Devil; annual rent, 1-0-4; aluna. fine, 2-0-8; fines 
due, none; leased on 2 lives, Benjamin Biggs & Wife, Benjamin Biggs & 
William Biggs; Ages Benjamin 43, William []?]o. []Note: the latter age 
is indistinct as to the first figure — the "O" is heavy, as in correction. 
Following is the addition of 43 and 15, or 58, and after the "58" appears 

"55"-] 

No. 3. Leased March 30, 1745 to Daniel Pattinger, 186 acres; tenants 
in possession, George, David and Christn. Miller; annual rent, 0-18-7; 
aluna. fine, 1-17-2; fines due, none; leased on 3 lives. Daniel Pattinger, 
John Pattinger & Elizabeth Pattinger; ages Daniel 55, John 27 & Elizabeth 
50. 

No. 4. Leased Nov. 28, 1743 to George Devil, 125 acres; tenant in 
possession Caspar Devil; annual rent 0-12-6; aliena. fine 1-5-0; fines 
due, none; leased on 2 lives, George and John Devil's; ages, George 55, 
John 27. 

No. 5. Leased Febry. 25, 1743 to Peter Evelant, 99 acres; tenant in 
possession George Devil, Junr. ; an. rent 0-9-1 1; aliena. fine 0-19-10; 
fines due, none; leased on 3 lives, John Hoffman, Barbara Hoffman & 
George son of George Devil; ages John 55, Barbara 56, George 22. 

No. 6. Leased Oct. 8, 1741 to William Wilson, 100 acres; tenant in 
possession William Wilson, lessie; an. rent o-io-o; aliena. fine i-o-o; 
leased on 3 lives, John Wilson, William Wilson, Thomas Wilson; ages 
John 42, WiUiam 37, Thomas 26. 

No. 7. Leased June 25, 1761 to Robert Whitnall, 33 acres; Robert 
Whitnall lessee in possession; an. rent 0-6-7; aliena. fine, 0-13-2; fines 
due, none; leased for 21 years. 

No. 8. Leased Deer. 6, 1743 to Handell Hann, 120 acres; tenant in 
possession Frederick Baker; an. rent, 0-12-0; aliena. fine, 1-4-0; fines 
due, none; leased on lives of Handel Hann, Mary Hann, & Catherine 

* This information is given in 2 sheets I2j^ in. x 17}^ in. 

51 



52 MARYLAND RECORDS— FREDERICK CO.— MONOCOCY 

Hann; ages Handel 45, Mary 40, Catherine 13, all gone to Carolina 8 
years. 

No. 9. Leased March 12, 1754 to Richard Cooke, 240 acres; tenant in 
possession George Devil; an. rent, 1-4-0; aliena. fine, 2-8-0; fines due, 
none; leased on lives of Richd. Cooke [Mary Magdale crossed out] & 
Richard Donaldson Cooke; ages Richard 50, [Mary Magdalene 46], 
Richard Donaldson 20. 

No. ID. Leased Augst. 26, 1748 to Joseph Hedge, 150 acres; tenant in 
possession Charles Hedge, Junr. ; an. rent, 0-15-0; aliena. fine, i-io-o; 
leased on life of Solomon Douther age of person named in the lease 
Solomon 40, gone to Carolina 14 years. Que. if alive. 

No. II. Leased Deer. 22, 1741 to Thomas Ebthorp, 100 acres; tenant 
in possession Charles Hedge, Senr. ; an. rent, o-io-o; aliena. fine, i-o-o; 
fines due 3-0-0 ; leased on life of Peter Numbers; age Peter. Que. if alive. 

No. 12. Leased Novr. 8, 1752 to Kennedy Farrell, 250 acres; tenant in 
possession William Crume; an. rent, 1-5-0; aliena. fine, 2-10-0; fines 
due, 2-10-0; leased on life of John Farrell ; age of John 30. Que. if alive. 

No. 13. Leased Octr. 29, 1751 to Christian Rodebaugh, 132 acres; 
tenant in possession Jacob Cremer; an. rent, 0-13-2V4; aliena. fine, 
1-6-4 V2; fines due, none; leased on life of Christian Rodebaugh, Elisabeth 
Rodebaugh, Valentine Wisecup [WinecupPJ; ages of persons named in 
lease, Christian 60, Elisabeth 50, Valentine 22. Gone to Raestown 12 
years. Que. if alive. 

No. 14. Leased , to , 50 acres; tenant in possession Christian 

Berg — held by Certificate dated May 12th, 1761. 

No. 15. Leased Octor. 10, 1764 to George Devil, 103 acres; George 
Devil lessie in possession; annual rent, 1-0-7Y4; aliena. fine, 2-1-0V2; 
leased for 20 years. Also written "19 yr. lease." 

No. 16. Leased Septr. 30, 1765 to William Smith, 77 acres; William 
Smith lessie in possession; an. rent, 0-15-5V2; aliena. fine, l-io-ii. 
Leased for 18 years. 

No. 17. Leased Septr. 29, 1764 to Simon Shover, 18 acres; Simon 
Shover in possession; an. rent, 0-3-7; aliena. fine, 0-7-2; leased for 19 
years. 

No. 18. Leased Febry. 24, 1743 to John Christian Smith, 100 acres; 
John Christian Smith lessie in charge; an. rent, o-io-o; aliena. fine, 
i-o-o; leased on 3 lives John Christian Smith 53 yrs., William Smith 30, 
Peter Berg, Junr. 28. 

No. 19. Leased Octor. 29, 1764 to Jacob Keller, 11V2 acres; Jacob 
Keller lessie in charge; ann. rent, 0-2-2; aliena. fine, 0-4-4; fines due, 
none; leased for 19 years. 

No. 20. Leased Octr. 29, 1751 to Jacob Keller, 120 acres; Jacob Keller 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 53 

lessie in charge; an. rent, 0-12-0; aliena fine, 1-4-0; leased on lives of 
Jacob Keller and Alary Keller; ages Jacob 38, Mary 17. 

No. 21. Leased June 3, 1763 to Isaac Ritchy, 100 acres; Isaac Ritchey 
lessie in charge; an. rent, i-o-o; aliena. fine, 2-0-0; 21 years' lease. 

No. 22. 85 acres; tenant in charge John Beard; held by Certificate 
dated Novr. 25, 1763. 

No. 23. Leased Febry. g**", 1763 to Christian Shutter, 100 acres; 
Christian Shutter in charge; an. rent, i-o-o; aliena. fine, 2-0-0; lease for 
12 years. 

No. 24. Leased April 11, 1742 to Frederick Clapbough, 150 acres; 
Peter Hedge tenant in charge; an. rent, 0-15-0; aliena. fine, i-io-o; 
leased on lives of Mary Clapbough, age 66, John Clapbough, age 35. 

No. 25 (first). Leased to Peter Berg, in possession, 100 acres; an. rent, 
O-IO-O; aliena. fine, i-o-o; leased on lives of Peter Berg, Catherine 
Berg, William Berg; ages of persons named in lease Peter 55, Catherine 48, 
William 27. 

No. 25. 257 acres, Peter Berg in possession; held by certificate May 3, 

1753- 

No. 26. Leased Febry. 25, 1743 to Johannes Berg, 150 acres; Johannes 
Berg lessie in charge; an. rent, 0-15-0; aliena. fine, i-io-o; leased on 
lives of Johannes Berg, age 53, Judith Berg, age 49, John, age 29. 

No. 27. Leased Septr. 29, 1752 to John Berg, 100 acres; "Johnie 
(Johannes)" Berg lessie in charge; an. rent, i-o-o; aliena. fine, 2-0-0; 
lease for 21 years. 

No. 28. Leased Febry. 24, 1743 to Christian Berg, 122 acres; Christian 
Berg, lessie in charge; an. rent, 0-12-3; aliena. fine, 1-4-6; leased on lives 
of Christian Berg, age (?) 7, William 25, John 28. 

No. 29. Leased July 22, 1753 to Martin Adams, 136 acres; Andrus 
Adams tenant in charge; an. rent, 0-13-7; aluna. fine, 1-7-2; leased on 
lives of Mary Adams Henry Adams; Mary 50 years, "Henry, Que. if 
there is any such Person." 

No. 30. Leased July 25, 1742 to William Elrod, 100 acres; tenant in 
charge Christian Creger; an. rent, o-io-o; alina. fine, i-o-o; leased on 
lives of James Read, age 50, Mary Read, age 49, Henry Read, age 27. 

No. 31. Leased May 6th, 1761 to Henry Hoover, 90 acres; Henry 
Hoover lessie in possession; an. rent, 0-18-0; aluna. fines, 1-16-0; leased 
for 21 years. 

No. 32. Leased Octr. 10, 1759 to Valentine Creger, 153 acres; Valentine 
Creger in possession; an. rent, 1-10-8; aliena. fine, 3-1-4; leased for 21 
years. 

No. 33. Leased June 10, 1749 to Johannes Kooper, 140 acres; Johannes 
Kooper, lessee in possession; an. rent, 0-14-0; aliena. fine, 1-8-0; leased 



54 MARYLAND RECORDS— FREDERICK CO.— MONOCOCY 

on lives of Johannes Kooper, age 47, Mary Kooper, age 37, Charity 
Kooper, 21. 

No. 34. Leased May 6th, 1761 to Anthony Abell, 160 acres; John 
Cress tenant in possession; an. rent, 1-12-0; aHena. fine, 3-4-0; lease for 
21 years. 

No. 35. Leased Octr. ist, 1742 to John Henn [^Kenn?], 200 acres; 
Jacob Cremer tenant in possession; an. rent, i-o-o; aliena. fine, 2-0-0; 

leased on lives of Sarah Henn, age 48, EHzabeth Henn, age 28 ■ "in 

Carolina 16 years." 

No. 36. Leased April 4, 1745 to Nathan Gregg, 230 acres; Robert 
Fulton tenant in possession; an. rent, 1-3-0; aliena. fine, 2-6-0; leased 
on life of William Gregg, age 40. 

No. 37. Leased Deer. 22, 1741 to John Bell, 113 acres; Charles 
Springer tenant in possession; an. rent, 0-11-4; aliena. fine, 1-2-8; 
leased on lives of John Bell, age 60, Elizabeth Bell, age 50, John Bell, age 

27- 

No. 38. Leased June 5, 1750 to John Silver, 40 acres; John Silver, 
lessee in possession; an. rent, 0-4-0; aliena. fine, 0-8-0; leased on lives 
of John Silver age 45, and Susannah Silver age 18. 

No. 39. Leased Octr. 23, 1762 to Samuel Matthews, 83 acres; Samuel 
Matthews lessee in possession; an. rent, 0-16-7V2; aHena. fine, 1-3-3; 
leased for 21 years. 

No. 40. Leased Octr. 26, 1762 to John Matthews, 94 acres; Frederick 
Rumbirts [?] tenant in possession; an. rent, 0-18-10; aliena. fine, 
I-17-8; fines due, 1-17-8; leased for 21 years. 

No. 41. Leased Septr. 29, 1765 to George Humbert, for 18 years, 200 
acres; George Humbert, lessee in possession. 

No. 42. Leased Octr. 26, 1762 to William Berg, for 21 years, 100 acres; 
William Berg, lessee in possession; an. rent, i-o-o; aliena. fine, 2-0-0. 

No. 43. Leased Octr. 20, 1762 to Handel Berg for 21 years, 75 acres; 
Handel Berg, lessee, in possession; an. rent, a-15-0; aliena. fine, i-io-o. 

No. 44. Leased Jany. 22, 1742 to William Berg, 250 acres; William and 
Handel sons of lessee; an. rent, 1-5-0; aliena. fine, 2-10-0; leased on 
lives of William Berg age 40, and John Berg age 22, sons of Handel Berg. 

No. 45. Leased March 12, 1754 to Catherine Crouse, 80 acres; Martin 
Smith tenant in possession; an. rent, 0-8-0; aliena. fine, 0-16-0; leased 
on lives of Catherine Crouse age 50, and Christian Crouse age 22. 

No. 46. Leased June 4, 1763 to Martin Smith for 21 years, 38 acres; 
Martin Smith lessee in possession. 

No. 47. Leased Septr. 30, 1763 to Jabez Jarvis for 18 years, 150 acres; 
Stephen Miller tenant in possession; an. rent, i-io-o; aliena. fine, 
3-0-0. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 55 

No. 48. Leased March 31, 1763 to Luke Bernard for 21 years, 100 
acres; Luke Bernard lessee in possession; an. rent, i-o-o; aliena. fine, 
2-0-0. 

No. 49. Leased March 30, 1763 to Nathanael Bernard for 21 years, 90 
acres; Catherine Hartman tenant in possession; an. rent, 0-18-0; aliena. 
fine, 1-16-0; fines due, 1-17-0. 

No. 50. 45 acres, tenant in possession Robert Wood ; held by Certifi- 
cate dated Septr. 29, 1764. 

No. 51. Leased Septr. 28, 1762 to Robert Swan for 21 years, 180 acres; 
George Yost tenant in possession; an. rent, I-16-0; aliena. fine, 3-12-0; 
fine due, 3-12-0. 

No. 52. Leased Deer. 24, 1751 to Nathaniel Wickham, 94 acres; 
tenant in possession John Carver; an. rent, 0-9-4^/4; aliena. fine, 0-18- 
9V2; leased on the lives of Samuel Wickham, John Wickham & Nathaniel 
Wickham; ages Nathaniel 38, Samuel 32, John 20. 

No. 53. Leased June 20, 1749 to Thomas Perkinson, 47 acres; Adam 
Miller tenant in possession; an. rent, 0-4-8 V4; aluna. fine, 0-9-4 V2; 
leased on lives of Edward Perkinson, age 30, John Perkinson, age 2"]. 

No. 54. Leased June i, 1763 to Adam Miller, for 21 years, 33 acres; 
Adam Miller in possession; an. rent, 0-6-7; aliena. fine, 0-13-2. 

No. 55. Leased Nov. 12, 1747 to Philip Howard, 150 acres; Christian 
Hufferd tenant in possession; an. rent, a-15-0; aliena. fine, l-io-o; 
leased on lives of Philip Howard Senr. age 66, Philip Howard Junr. age 41 
\J~\, John Howard age 37. 

No. 56. Leased Septr. 2, 1741 to Joseph Wood, 100 acres; Joseph Wood 
lessee in possession; an. rent, o-io-o; aliena. fine, i-o-o; leased on lives 
of Joseph Wood age 58, and Robert Wood age 31. 

No. 57. Leased June 3, 1763 to Joseph Wood for 21 years; an. rent, 
0-6-6; aliena. fine, 0-13-0. 

No. 58. Leased Feb. 25, 1744 to John Harland, 125 acres; an. rent, 
0-12-6; aliena. fine, 1-5-0; leased on lives of John Howland age 50, Joel 
Howland age 27, John Howland, Junr. 24. 

No. 59. Leased Septr. 18, 1754 to Jacob Barton, 114 acres; Michael 
Crouse tenant in possession; an. rent, 0-11-5; aliena. fine, I-2-10; fine 
due, 2-5-8; leased on lives of Henrietta Barton, age 46, Jacob Barton, age 
20. 

No. 60. Leased Feby. 28, 1748 to Zacheriah Albough, 224 acres; Ann 
Albough tenant in charge; an. rent, 1-2-6; aliena. fine, 2-5-0; leased on 
lives of John Albough, age 36 and Peter Albough, age 28. 

No. 61. Leased June 4, 1763 to Zacheriah Albough for 21 years, 22 
acres; Ann Albough tenant in possession; an. rent, 0-4-5 V2; aliena. fine, 
0-8-1 1. 



56 MARYLAND RECORDS— FREDERICK CO.— MONOCOCY 

No. 62. Leased June 16, 1763 to Zacheriah Albough for 21 years, 77V2 
acres; Ann Albough tenant in possession; an. rent, 0-13-6; aliena. fine, 
1-7-0. 

No. 63. Leased June 20, 1763 to Robert Wood for 21 years, 16 acres; 
Robert Wood lessee in possession; an. rent, 0-I-7V2; aliena. fine, 0-3-3. 
"Que. if this rent is right." 

No. 64. Leased Novr. 4, 1762 to Christian Hufferd for 21 years; 10 
acres; an. rent, 0-2-0; aliena. fine, 0-4-0. 

No. 65. Leased Septr. 29, 1759 to Peter Hertzog, 100 acres; Margaret 
Hertzog tenant in possession; an. rent, o-io-o; aliena. fine, i-o-o; 
leased on lives of Margaret Hertzog age 55, & Nicholas Hertzog 32. 

No. 66. Leased June 9, 1749 to Philip Smith, 69 acres; Philip Smith 
lessee in charge ; an. rent, 0-6-1074; aliena. fine, 0-13-9V2; leased on lives 
of Philip Smith, age 60, Johannes Smith, age 23 & Peter Smith, age 21. 

No. 67. Leased Septr. 29, 1764 to Philip Smith for 21 years, 133 acres; 
PhiHp Smith lessee in charge; an. rent, 1-6-7V4; aliena. fine, 2-13-2V2. 

No. 68. Leased June 9, 1749 to Christian Gross, 115 acres; Christian 
Gross lessee in possession; an. rent, 0-11-6; aliena. fine, 1-3-0; leased on 
lives of Christian Gross, age 55, Mary Gross, age 43 & Jacob Gross, age 25. 

No. 69. Leased Septr. 29, 1764 to Conrod Creger for 19 yrs; an. rent, 
0-8-7; aliena. fine, 0-17-2. 

No. 70. Leased Septr. 29, 1764 to Christian Miller for 21 yrs., 4 acres; 
Christian Miller lessee in possession; an. rent, o-o-io; aliena. fine, 0-1-8. 



State of His Lordships Manor of Monocosy in 
Frederick County April 1768. 

1. (A) Nov^ i'\ 1752; (B) Simon Shover; (C) 49; (D) Simon Shover; 
(E) o-io-io; (F) i-i-io; (L) Simon Shover, Adam Shover & Peter 
Shover; (M) Simon 55, Adam 23, Peter 21. 

2. (A) Aug*. 23 <>, 1741; (B) John Biggs; (C) 175V2; (D) Caspar Devel 
hiss; (E) 1-0-4; (F) 2-0-8; (L) Benjamin Biggs & W-". Biggs; (M) 
Benj". 43, W"". 40. 

3. (A) March 30, 1745; (B) Daniel Pattinger; (C) 173V4; (D) Geo. 
De^^lbiss & C. Miller; (E) 0-18-7; (F) 1-17-2; (L) Daniel Pattinger, 
John Pattinger & Elizabeth Pattinger; (M) Daniel 55, John 27, Eliz: 50. 

4. (A) Nov. 28'\ 1743; (B) George Divilbiss; (C) 138; (D) Caspar 
Divilbiss; (E) 0-12-6; (F) 1-5-0; (L) George Divilbiss & John Devilbiss; 
(M) George 55, John 27. (Written both Divilbiss & Devilbiss). 

5. (A) Feb^. 25, 1743; (B) Peter Evelant; (C) 94V4; (D) George 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 57 

Devilbiss, Jun^ ; (E) 0-9-1 1; (F) 0-19-10; (L) John Hoffman, Barbarah 
Hoffman & Geo. Son of Geo. Devilbiss; (M) John 55, Barbarah 56, Geo. 22. 

6. (A) Octo^ 8'N 1741; (B) William Wilson; (C) 100V2; (D) W-. 
Wilson; (E) o-io-o; (F) i-o-o; (L) John Wilson, W"". Wilson & Thomas 
Wilson; (M) John 42, W™. 37, Thomas 26. 

7. (A) June 25, 1761; (B) Robert Whitnall; (C) 29V4; (D) Rob*. 
Whitnall; (E) 0-6-7; (F) 0-13-2; (L) 21 yrs. 

8. (A) Dec^ 6'\ 1743; (B) "Handell" Hann; (C) 137V4; (D) Frederick 
Baker; (E) 0-12-0; (F) 1-4-0; (L) "Handel" Hann, Mary Hann & 
Catharine Hann; (M) Handel 45, Mary 40, Catharine 13. All Gone to 
Carolina 8 years. Vide Date. 

9. (A) March I2'S 1754; (B) Rich''. Cooke; (C) 183; (D) George 
"Debilbiss"; (E) 1-4-0; (F) 2-8-0; (L) Richard Cooke & Richard 
Donaldson Cooke; (M) Rich''. 50, Richard Donaldson Cook 20. 

10. (A) Aug*. 26, 1748; (B) Joseph Hedge; (C) 158V2; (D) Charles 
Hedge, Jun^; (E) 0-15-0; (F) i-io-o; (L) Solomon Douthet; (M) 
Solomon 40. Gone to Carolina 14 years, quere if alive. 

11. (A) Dec. 22, 1741; (B) Thomas Ebthorp; (C) 100V2; (D) Charles 
Hedge, Sen^; (E) o-io-o; (F) i-o-o; Fines due, 3-0-0; (L) Peter 
Members; (M) Peter 40. Quere if alive. 

12. (A) Nov. 8, 1752; (B) Kenedy Farrell; (C) 172; (D) William 
Crumb; (E) 1-5-0; (F) 2-10-0; Fines due, 2-10-0; (L) John Farrell; 
(M) John 20. Quere if alive. 

13. (A) Octo^ 29, 1751; (B) Christian Rodebaugh; (C) 128V4; (D) 
Jacob Cremer; (E) 0-13-2V4; (F) 1-6-4 V2; (L) Christian Rodebaugh, 
Eliz: Rodebaugh, Valentine Wisecup; (M) Christian 60, EHz: 50, 
Valentine 22. Gone to Rays Town 12 years. Quere if alive. 

14. (C) 51V4; (D) Christian Berge; held by Certificate dated May 12*'', 
1761. 

15. (A) Oct^ 10, 1764; (B) George "Divillbiss"; (C) 103; (D) George 
"Devilbiss"; (E) 1-0-7V4; (F) 2-1-V2; (L) 21 yrs. 

16. (A) Sep'. 30, 1765; (B) William Smith; (C) 85V2; (D) W". Smith; 
(E) 0^15-51/2; (E)o-i5-5V2; (F) i-io-ii; (L) 18 yrs. 

17. (A) Sep^ 29, 1764; (B) Simon Shover; (C) 22; (D) Simon Shover; 
(E) 0-3-7; (F) 0-7-2; (L) 19 yrs. 

18. (A) Feb^. 24, 1743; (B) John Christian Smith; (C) 106; (D) John 
Chris". Smith; (E) o-io-o; (F) i-o-o; (L) John Chris". Smith, W™. 
Smith & Peter Berg Jun^; (M) John Christian 53, W". 30, Peter 28. 

19. (A) Oct'. 29, 1764; (B) Jacob Keller; (C) 11V2; (D) Jacob Keller; 
(E) 0-2-2; (F) 0-4-4; (L) 19 yrs. 

20. (A) Oct'. 29, 1751; (B) Jacob Keller; (C) 120; (D) Jacob Keller; 
(E) 0-12-0; (F) 1-4-0; (L) Jacob Keller (torn); (M) Jacob 38, Mary 17. 



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21. (A) June 3"*, 176 (torn) Rit (torn). 

22. (C) 96V4; (D) John Beard; (L) (Torn) & John Clapbaugh; (M) 
Mary 66, John 35. 

23. (A)Feb^9'\ 1765; (B) Christian Shutter; (C) 85V2; (D) Christian 
Shutter; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 12 yrs. 

24. (A) April II"', 1742; (B) Frederick Clapbough; (C) 144; (D) 
Peter Hedge; (E) 0-15-0; (F) i-io-o; (L) Mary Clapbaugh & John 
Clapbaugh; (M) Mary 66, John 35. 

25. (A) Feb^. 25, 1743; (B) Peter "Berge"; (C)iiV4&243; (D) Peter 
"Berge"; (E) o-io-o; (F) i-o-o; (L) Peter "Berg," Catharine Berg & 
W"". Berg; (M) Peter 55, Catharine 48, W-". 27. 

26. (A) Feby. 25, 1743; (B) Johannes Berg; (C) 149; (D) Johannes 
Berg; (E) 0-15-0; (F) i-io-o; (L) Johan^ Berg, Judith Berg & John 
Berg; (M) Johannes 53, Judith 49, John 28. 

27. (A) Sep'. 29, 1762; (B) John Berg; (C) 100V2; (D) John Berg; (E) 
I-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

28. (A) Feby. 24*\ 1743; (B) Christian Berg; (C) 119V2; (D) Christian 
Berg; (E) 0-12-3; (F) 1-4-6; (L) Christian Berg, W"°. Berg & John 
Berg; (M) Christian 47, W-". 35, John 28. 

29. (A) July 22^ 1753; (B) Martin Adams; (C) 138V4; (D) Andrew 
Adams; (E) 0-13-7; (F) 1-7-2; (L) Mary Adams & Henry Adams; (M) 
Mary 50. Quere if any such person as Henry. 

30. (A) July 25, 1742; (B) William Elrod; (C) 95; (D) Christian 
Cregar; (E) o-io-o; (F) i-o-o; (L) James Read, Mary Read & Henry 
Read; (M) James 50, Mary 49, Henry 27. 

31. (A) May 6'S 1761; (B) Henry Hoover; (C) 86V4; (D) Henry 
Hoover; (E) 0-18-0; (F) 1-16-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

32. (A) Octo^ lo"", 1759; (B) Valentine Cregar; (C) 124V4; (D) 
Valentine Cregar; (E) 1-10-8; (F) 3-1-4; (L) 21 yrs. 

33. (A) June 10"", 1749; (B) Johannes Hooper; (C) 140V2; (D) 
Johannes Hooper; (E) 0-14-0; (F) 1-8-0; (L) Johan'. Hooper, Mary 
Hooper & Charity Hooper; (M) Johannes 47, Mary 37, Charity 21. 

34. (A) May 6'\ 1761; (B) Anthony Abell; (C) 142 V4; (D) John 
Cross; (E) 1-12-0; (F) 3-4-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

35. (A) Octo^ 1=', 1742; (B) John Henn; (C) 203 V2; (D) Jacob 
Cremer; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) Sarah Henn, Elizabeth Henn; (M) 
Sarah 48, Elizabeth 28 — in Carolina 16 years. 

36. (A) April 4*, 1745; (B) Nathan Greg; (C) 228; (D) Robert 
Fulton; (E) 1-3-0; (F) 2-6-0; (L) W". Greg; (M) W-. 40. 

37. (A) Dec. 22^ 1741; (B) John Bell; (C) 114V4; (D) Charles 
Springer; (E) 0-11-4; (F) 1-2-8; (L) John Bell, Elizabeth Bell & John 
Bell; (M) John 60, Eliz: 50, John 27. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 59 

38. (A) June 5'\ 1750; (B) John Silver; (C) 41 V2; (D) John Silver; 
(E) 0-4-0; (F) 0-8-0; (L) John Silver, Susannah Silver; (M) John 45, 
Susannah 18. 

39. (A) Octo^ 23^ 1762; (B) Sam'. Mathews; (C) 84V4; (D) Samuel 
Mathews; (E) 0-16-7V2; (F) 1-3-3; (L) 21 yrs. 

40. (A) Octo^ 26">, 1762; (B) John Mathews; (C) 95V4; (D) Frederick 
Humbert; (E) 0-18-10; (F) 1-17-8; Fines due, 1-17-8; (L) 21 yrs. 
Lease dated 3'' June, 1763, vide countreps. 

41. (A) Sep'. 29, 1765; (B) George Humbert; (C) 148V2; (D) George 
Humbert; (E) 2-0-0; (F) 4-0-0; (L) 18 yrs. 

42. (A) Oct^ 26'S 1762; (B) W-. Berg; (C) 73V4; (D) W-. Berg; (E) 
l-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

43. (A) Octo^ 20t\ 1762; (B) Handel Berg; (C) 52V4; (D) Handle 
Berg; (E) 0-15-0; (F) i-io-o; (L) 21 yrs. 

44. (A) Jan". 22, 1742; (B) WilHam Berg; (C) 252; (D) W-. & 
Handel Berg; (E) 1-5-0; (F) 2-10-0; (L) W". Berg, John Son of Handel 
Berg; W"". 40, John 22. 

45. (A) March 12, 1754; (B) Catharine Grouse; (C) 64; (D) Martin 
Smith; (E) 0-8-0; (F) 0-16-0; (L) Catharine Crouse & Christian Grouse; 
(M) Catharine 50, Christian 22. 

46. (A) June 4'N 1763; (B) Martin Smith; (C) 34V4; (D) Martin 
Smith; (E) 0-7-8; (F) 0-15-4; (L) 21 yrs. 

47. (A) Sep'. 30"', 1765; (B) Jabez Jarvis; (C) 150; (D) Stephen 
Miller; (E) i-io-o; (F) 3-0-0; (L) 18 yrs. 

48. (A) March 31, 1763; (B) Luke Bernard; (C) 102V4; (D) Luke 
Bernard; (E) i-o-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

49. (A) March 30, 1763; (B) Nath'. Bernard; (G) 87V2; (D) Catharine 
Hartmane; (E) 0-18-0; (F) 1-16-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

50. (G) 45V2 (D) Robert Wood, held by Certificate dated Sep'. 29, 1764. 

51. (A) Sep'. 28, 1762; (B) Robert Swann; (C) 177V4; (D) George 
Yost; (E) 1-16-0; (F) 3-12-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

52. (A) Dec. 24'\ 1751; (B) Nath'. Wickham; (C) 88; (D) John 
Carver; (E) 0-9-4V4; (F) 0-18-9V2; (L) Sam'. Wickham, John Wickham 
& Nath'. Wickham; (M) Nathaniel 38, Samuel 32, John 20. 

53- (A) June 20, 1749; (B) Thomas Perkinson; (C) 44'^; (D) Adam 
Miller; (E) 0-4-81/4; (F) 0-9-41/2; (L) Edward Perkinson & John 
Perkinson; (M) Edward 30, John 27. 

54. (A) June I", 1763; (B) Adam Miller; (G) 32; (D) Adam Miller; 
(E) 0-6-7; (F) 0-13-2; (L) 21 yrs. 

55. (A) Nov. 12, 1747; (B) PhiUp Howard; (C) 160; (D) Christian 
Hufferd; (E) 0-15-0; (F) i-io-o; (L) Philip Howard, Philip Howard, 
Jun^ & John Howard; (M) Philip, Sen^ 66, PhiHp, Jun^ 44, John 37. 



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56. (A)Sept'. 2^ 1741; (B) Joseph Wood; (C) loi ; (D) Joseph Wood ; 
(E) o-io-o; (F) i-o-o; (L) Joseph Wood, Robert Wood; (M) Joseph 58, 
Robert 31. 

57. (A) June 3"^, 1763; (B) Joseph Wood; (C) 35; (D) Joseph Wood; 
(E) 0-6-6; (F) 0-13-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

58. (A) Feb^. 25, 1744; (B) John Harland; (C) 135; (D) John Harland; 

(E) 0-12-6; (F) 1-5-0; (L) John Harland, Joel Harland, John Harland, 
Jun^ 

59. (A) Sep'. 18, 1754; (B) Jacob Barton; (C) 115V4; (D) Michael 
Crouse; (E) 0-II-5; (F) 1-2-10; Fines due, 2-5-8; (L) Hen^. Barton & 
Jacob Barton; (M) Henrietta 46, Jacob 28. 

60. (A) Feb^. 28, 1748; (B) Zachh. Albaugh; (C) 239V2; (D) Ann 
Albaugh; (E) 1-2-6; (F) 2-5-0; (L) John Albaugh & Peter Albaugh 
(M) John 36, Peter 28. 

61. (A) June 4«\ 1763; (B) Ditto; (C) 28V2; (D) Ditto; (E) 0-4-51/2 

(F) 0-8-11; (L) 21 yrs. 

62. (A) June 16, 1763; (B) Ditto; (C) 70V2; (D) Ditto; (E) 0-13-6 
(F) 1-7-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

63. (A) June20'\ 1763; (B) Robert Wood; (C) 16; (D) Robert Wood 
(E) 0-1-7 V2; (F) 0-3-3; (L) 21 yrs. 

64. (A) Nov^ 4'\ 1762; (B) Christian Hufferd; (C) 12; (D) Christian 
Hufferd; (E) 0-2-0; (F) 0-4-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

65. (A) Sep^ 29, 1759; (B) Peter Hertzog; (C) loi ; (D) Margaret 
Hertzog; (E) o-io-o; (F) i-o-o; (L) Margaret Hertzog & Nicholas 
Hertzog; (M) Margaret 55, Nicholas 32. 

66. (A) June 9<\ 1749; (B) PhiHp Smith; (C) 70V4; (D) Philip Smith; 
(E) 0-6-10V4; (F) 0-13-9V2; (L) Philip Smith, Johannes Smith & Peter 
Smith; (M) Philip 60, Johannes 23, Peter 21. 

67. (A) Sep'. 29, 1764; (B) PhiHp Smith; (C) 133; (D) Philip Smith; 
(E) i-^7V2; (F) 2-13-2V2; (L) 21 yrs. 

68. (A) June 9'h, 1749; (B) Christian Gross; (C) 117V2; (D) Christian 
Gross; (E) 0-11-6; (F) 1-3-0; (L) Christian Gross, Mary Gross & Jacob 
Gross; Christian 55, Mary 45, Jacob 25. 

69. (A) Sep^ 29, 1764; (B) Conrad Creger; (C) 44; (D) Conrad 
Creger; (E) 0-8-7; (F) 0-17-2; (L) 19 yrs. 

70. (A) Sep^ 29, 1764; (B) Christian Miller; (C) 7V2; (D) Christian 
Miller; (E) o-o-io; (F) 0-1-8; (L) 21 yrs. 

Totals (C) 7521. Deduct for No. [?] 45 V2 acres, part of N°. 395 acres, 
part of [torn] 113V2 acres, or 159V4. — 7365V4 under Lease. Sundry 
Vacancies 1870V4. Contents of the INIanor 9231 V2 acres. 



ST. MARY'S COUNTY 



State of His Lordships Manor of Beaverdam in S^ 
Mary's County, March, 1768. 

1. (A) Decem^ 25, 1741; (B) John Raley; (C) 84V2; (D) George 
Plater; (E) o-io-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) Jane Raley, Gabriel Raley & John 
Mitchel Raley; (M) Jane 34, Gabriel 31, John 28. 

2. (A) Decern'. 25, 1741; (B) Jonathan "Seale"; (C) 113V2; (D) 
George Plater; (E) 0-12-0; (F) 2-8-0; (L) Ann "Seall"; (M) Ann 33. 

3. (A) Decem^ 25, 1743; (B) Robert Goldsberry; (C) 161V4; (D) 
Jane Goldsberry; (E) 0-16-8; (F) 3-6-8; (L) Marg^ Goldsberry & John 
Baptist Goldsberry; (M) Margaret 32, John 24, gone away. Quere his 
Age if Living. 

4. (A) May 30, 1761; (B) Henry Goldsberry; (C) 14; (D) Jane 
Goldsberry; (E) 0-4-0; (F) 0-4-0; (L) 14 yrs. 

5. (A) Decem^ 25, 1741; (B) William Stone; (C) 46; (D) Ignatius 
Stone; (E) 0-4-9; (F) i-o-o; (L) Ignatius Stone; (M) Ignatius 27. 

6. (A) July 10"', 1 741; (B)WiUiam Stone; (C) no; (D) Ignatius Stone; 
(E) o-io-io; (F) 2-4-0; (L) Ignatius Stone; (M) Ignatius 27. 

7. (A) Decern'. 25, 1719; (B) \\>. Stone; (C) 58V4; (D) Ignatius Stone; 
(E) ; (F) 2-8-10; (L) W-. Stone, Jun'.; (M) William 53. 

8. (A) Decem'. 11, 1751; (B) William Stone, Jun'.; (C) 50V4; (D) 
WiUiam Stone, Jun'.; (E) 0-5-10; (F) 1-3-4; (L) William Stone Junr, 
Inonia Stone & Mary Stone; (M) William 53, Inonia 24, Mary 22. 

9. (A) April 9, 1729; (B) Francis "Harbert"; (C) 100V4; (D) Ignatius 
Fenwick; (E) 0-10-3; (F) 4-4-4; (L) Elizabeth " Herbert " ; (M) Eliza- 
beth 39. 

10. (A) Sep'. 10"", 1742; (B) Francis Harbert; (C) 63; (D) Ignatius 
Fenwick; (E) 0-6-8; (F) 1-6-0; (L) Francis Herbert & Michael Herbert; 
(M) Francis 29, Michael 31. 

11. (A) Dec. 25, 1746; (B) Jonathan "Seale"; (C) 90V2; (D) Ignatius 
Fenwick; (E) 0-9-10; (F) 2-0-0; (L) Elizabeth "Seall" & John Baptist 
Goldsberry; (M) Elizabeth 22, John 24. 

12. (A) June27, 1761; (B) John Dorsey; (C) 6; (D) John Dorsey; (E) 
0-1-6; (F) 0-1-6; (L) 14V4 yrs. 

13. (A) June lo"-, 1743; (B) Thomas Blackman; (C) 211; (D) John 
Dorsey; (E) 1-4-4; (F) 4-17-4; (L) Tabitha Dent; (M) Tabitha 25. 

14. (A) Decem'. 25, 1741; (B) John Lucas; (C) 119; (D) Enoch 
Fenwick; (E) 0-14-4; (F) 2-17-4; (L) John Lucas, Ignatius & Tho'. 
Lucas; (M) John 50, Ignatius 27, Thomas 29. 

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15. (A) May i^*, 1737; (B) Enoch Fenwick; _(C) 268; (D) Enoch 
Fenwick; (E) 1-6-2; (F) 5-5-0; (L) Enoch Fenwick, Ignatius Fenwick 
& John Miles; (M) Enoch 54, Ignatius 37, John 31. 

16. (A) Decem^ 25, 1741; (B) W». & Charles King; (C) 133; (D) 
Enoch Fenwick; (E) 0-13-3; (F) 2-13-0; (L) Charles King & James 
King; (M) Charles 48, very sickly. James 31. 

17. (A) May 29, 1760; (B) Enoch Fenwick; (C) 29; (D) Enoch 
Fenwick; (E) 0-4-8; (F) 0-4-8; (L) 13 yrs. 

18. (A) Dec^ 25, 1741; (B) John Miles; (C) 165; (D) Levin Cracraft; 
(E) 0-16-0; (F) 3-4-0; (L) Josias Miles; (M) Josias 28 years. 

19. (A) March 29, 1762; (B) Henry Jewell; (C) 12; (D) Levin Cracraft; 
(E) 0-1-8; (F) 0-1-8; (L) 15 yrs. 

20. (A) June 30, 1760; (B) Lazarus Ross; (C) 82; (D) Lazarus Ross; 
(E) 0-1^6; (F) 0-1^6; (L)i3V4yrs. 

21. (A) June 30, 1760; (B) John Raley; (C) 79; (D) John Raley; (E) 
0-18-9; (F) 0-16-6; (L) 13V4 yrs. 

22. (A) March 28, 1726; (B) Paul Peacock, Jun^ (C) 45V4; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 0-4-8; (F) 1-16-0; (L) Sam'. Abell, Jun^ & John Abell; (M) Sam 
49, John 47. 

23. (A) June 28, 1760; (B) Paul Peacock; (C) 7; (D) Lessee; (E) 
0-1-4; (F) 0-1-4; (L) 13V4 yrs. 

24. (A) March 26, 1726; (B) Samuel Abell, Sen^; (C) 134; (D) 
Samuel Abell, Jun^; (E) 0-13-6; (F) 5-8-8; (L) Sam Abell, Jun^ & 
John Abell; (M) Sam 49, John 47. 

25. (A) April 2d, 1741; (B) Samuel Abell; (C) 62; (D) Samuel Abell, 
Jun'.; (E) 0-6-5; (F) 1-5-0; (L) Lidia Abell & PhiHp Abell ; (M) Lidia 
32, PhiHp 27. 

26. (A) March 25, 1762; (B) Samuel Abell; (C) 68V2; (D) Samuel 
Abell, Jun'.; (E) 0-18-6; (F) 0-18-6; (L) 15 yrs. 

27. (A) May 29, 1762; (B) Samuel Abell; (C) 34; (D) Samuel Abell, 
Jun'.; (E) 0-8-9; (F) 0-8-9; (L) 15 yrs. 

28. (A) March 25, 1762; (B) Samuel Abell; (C) 7V4; (D) Samuel Abell, 
Jun'.; (E) o-i-io; (F) o-i-io; (L) 15 yrs. 

29. (A) Decem^ 21, 1762; (B) Samuel Abell; (C) 7V2; (D) Samuel 
Abell, Jun^; (E) 0-2-0; (L) 74 years. Condemn'd for a Mill. 

30. (A) Aug'. 20, 1745; (B) Ignatius Joy, Sen^; (C) 135; (D) Ignatius 
Joy, Jun^; (E) 0-13-9; (F) 2-14-0; (L) John Raley, Enoch Joy & Atha=. 
Joy; (M) John 33, Enoch 26, Atha=. 23. 

31. (A) DecMi, 1751; (B) Abell Magill; (C) 54V4; (D) Ignatius Joy, 
Jun'.; (E) o-io-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) Ann Magill; (M) Ann 26. 

32. (A) May 2^ 1743; (B) John Goddard; (C) 82; (D) Mary Goddard; 
(E) 0-8-8; (F) 1-14-0; (L) Ignatius Goddard, Monaca Goddard & John 
Goddard; (M) Ign^ 26, Monaca 35, John 32. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 65 

33. (A) Aug*. 21, 1745; (B) Enoch Joy; (C) 75V4; (D) Teakler Joy; 
(E) 0-8-0; (F) 1-12-0; (L) Enoch Joy & Ann Joy; (M) Enoch 26, Ann 
33. N. B. Enoch gone away. 

34. (A) Decern'. 17, 1714; (B) Mary Chamberlain ; (C) 28; (D) James 
Drury; (E) 0-3-0; (F) 1-4-0; (L) Eleanor Chamberlain & Mary Cham- 
berlain; (M) Eleann 62, Mary 54. 

35. (A) June 20'^ 1746; (B) John "Makintach"; (C) 143; (D) John 
Mugg; (E) 0-14-3; (F) 3-0-0; (L) Walter Mugg, John & James "Mack- 
intosh"; (M) Walter 29. John & James both old & gone away. 

36. (A) Decern'. 25, 1743; (B) Martin "Yates"; (C) 122; (D) Martin 
Yates; (E) 1-2-8; (F) 2-10-0; (L) Martin "Yeates," Edward "Yates" & 
Martin "Yates" Jun'.; (M) Martin 68, Edward 39, Martin, Jun'. 33. 

37. (A) Sep'. i^S 1742; (B) John Campbell; (C) 103V2; (D) Martin 
Yates; (E) o-ii-i; (F) 2-4-4; (L) Eleanor Campbell; (M) Elea- 
nor 26. 

38. (A) Oct'. 20, 1747; (B) Peter Mugg; (C) 38V4; (D) John Mugg; 
(E) 0-4-1; (F) 0-16-4; (L) John Mugg, Tho^ Mugg & Peter Mugg, Jun'. ; 
(M) John 31, Tho^ 27, Peter, Jun'. 25. 

39. (A) April 26, 1727; (B) Henry Grenwell; (C) 131; (D) Ignatius 
Greenwell; (E) 0-7-8; (F) 3-2-4; (L) Eleanor Grenwell & Edmond 
Grenwell; (M) Eleanor 41, Edmond 42. 

40. (A) March 25, 1744; (B) Sarah "Cecell"; (C) 95V2; (D) Sarah 
"Secill"; (E) o-io-o; (F) 2-0-0; (L) John "Cefsell," Thomas "Cefsell" 
& Ann "Cefsell"; (M) John 29, Thomas 30, Ann 27. 

41. (A) Decem'. 25, 1741; (B) Peter Drury; (C) iii; (D) Peter 
Drury; (E) 0-10-9; (F) 2-0-0; (L) Nich^ Drury, Peter Drury & W". 
Drury; (M) Nich^ 30, Peter 28, W". 31. 

42. (A) Decem'. 4, 1743; (B) John Ford; (C) 63; (D) Althanatius 
Ford; (E) 0-6-4; (F) 1-5-0; (L) Althanasius Ford & John Ford Jun'.; 
(M) Altha\ 40, John 26. 

43. (A) Decern'. 5, 1 741; (B) WiUiam Lucas; (C) 201 ; (D) Althanatius 
Ford; (E)o-i9-ii; (F) 4-0-0; (L) Charles Lucas; (M) Charles 35. 

44. (A) April 3d, 1762; (B) Altha\ Ford; (C) 18V4; (D) Althanatius 
Ford; (E) c^5-8; (F) (^5-8; (L) 15 yrs. 

45. (A) Decem'. 25, 1741; (B) Thomas Howard; (C) 80V4; (D) 
Althanatius Ford; (E) 0-8-9; (F) 1-14-0; (L) W". Howard, Tho». 
Howard & Nich^ Howard; (M) W"". 40, Thomas 28, Nich^ 30. 

46. (A) March 25, 1726; (B) W". Bryan; (C) 59; (D) James Green- 
well; (E) 0-7-2; (F) 2-17-8; (L) John Abell, Jun'., Ignatius Bryan; (M) 
John 57, Ignatius 40. 

47. (A) April 15, 1714; (B) John Miles; (C) 38V2; (D) James Green- 
well; (E) 0-4-0; (F) 1-12-0; (L) Expired. 

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66 MARYLAND RECORDS— ST. MARY'S CO.— BEAVERDAM 

48. (A) Decem^ 25, 1741; (B) Thomas Spalding; (C) 225V4; (D) 
Thomas Spalding; (E) 1-3-3; (F) 4-13-0; (L) Tho". Spalding, Elictious 
Spalding & Clem-Joseph; (M) Tho^ 62, Elections 30, Clement 62, Dead. 

49. (A) Decern'. 25, 1743; (B) Elizabeth Spalding; (C) 124; (D) 
Theodorita Key; (E) 0-13-3; (F) 2-15-8; (L) Edm^i. Spalding, James 
Spalding & Ben". Spalding; (M) Edmund 40, James 42, Bennitt 25. 

50. (A) Decem'. 20, 1743; (B) Henry Bryan; (C) 119; (D) Elenor 
Bryan; (E) 0-13-5; (F) 2-14-0; (L) Edm<i. Grenwell, Ign^ Abell & Eliz: 
Abell; (M) Edmund 42, Ign=. 27, Elizabeth 25. 

51. (A) Feb". 20, 1742; (B) John Raley; (C) 88; (D) Joseph Stone; 
(E) 0-10-2; (F) 2-0-0; (L) Henry Raley, Zach". Forrest, Ann Raley; 
(M) Henry 40, Zach". 25, Ann 30. 

52. (A) May 2^, 1737; (B) Cuthbert Fenwick; (C) 231; (D) Bennitt 
Fenwick; (E) 1-3-9; (F) 4-15-0; (L) Bennett Fenwick; (M) Bennitt 40. 
Expired. 

53. (A) Decem^ 25, 1741; (B) Henry Spalding; (C) 107V4; (D) Henry 
Spalding; (E) 0-12-7; (F)2-ii-0; (L) Henry Spalding, Elec^ Spalding & 
Edm<i. Spalding; (M) Henry 43, Elec=. 30, Edmund 34. The last gone 
away. 

54. (A) Decent. 25, 1742; (B) William Spalding; (C) 156V2; (D) 
Thomas Forrest; (E) 0-17-9; (F) 3-1 i-o; (L) (Torn) Spalding; (M) 
Basil 5 (Torn). 

55. (A) Decem'. 25, 1768 [?]; (B) William More; (C) 129; (D) 
Nicholas More; (E) 0-12-6; (F) 5-0-0; (L) Nicholas More & James 
More; (M) Nicholas 56, James 42. Expired. 

56. (A) June 10, 1743; (B) John Brewer; (C) 147V4; (D) John Brewer; 
(E) 0-14-5; (F) 2-17-8; (L) George Brewer, Ann Brewer & Susannah 
Brewer; (M) Geo. 23, Ann 29, Susanna 25. 

57. (A) Deem'. 25, 1743; (B) James Wilkinson; (C) 57; (D) James 
Wilkinson; (E) 0-5-6; (F) 1-1-9; (L) WilHam Wilkinson, David 
Wilkinson & Aquilla Wilkinson; (M) William 32, David 25, Aquilla 27. 

58. (A) Decem'. 25, 1741; (B) Charles Joy; (C) 357V2; (D) Charles 
Joy; (E) 1-16-8; (F) 7-6-8; (L) [Vacant; (M) Vacant]. 

59. (A) June 10"', 1743; (B) George Bowles; (C) 79V2; (D) Edward 

Stone; (E) 0-8-3; (F) 1-13-0; (L) Mary Seale, Seale & Lydia Seale. 

Quere their Age & if alive. 

60. (A) Dec. 25, 1742; (B) Abram Clarke; (C) 129V2; (D) Abram 
Clarke; (E) 0-13-8; (F) 2-14-8; (L) Abram Clarke, Robert Clarke ; (M) 
Abram 50, Robert 40. 

61. (A) Dec 25, 1719; (B) Richard Hazle; (C) 77; (D) Sam Abell, 
Jun'. (E) 0-7-6; (F) 3-0-0; (L) Rich-^. Hazle, Jun'., John Hazle; (M) 
Richard 37, John 56. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 67 

62. (A) Dec^ 25, 1741; (B) W-. Wimsatt; (C) 115V4; (D) Joshua 
Jarbeo; (E) 0-12-6; (F) 0-12-6; (L) James Wimsatt &Tenison Wimsatt; 
(M) James 45, Tenison 43. 

63. (A) Dec. 25, 1742; (B) Richd. Wimsatt; (C) 200; (D) Robert 
Wimsatt; (E) 1-4-1; (F) 4-16-4; Henry Wimsatt, Ignatius Wimsatt; 
Henry 30, Ignatius 27. 

64. (A) March 25, 1742; (B) John Raley; (C) 171; (D) James Brown; 
(E) 0-16-8; (F) 3-^8; (L) John Raley & Gabriel Raley; (M) John 59, 
Gabriel 31. 

65. (A) Feb^ i=S 1742; (B) James Brown; (C) 125; (D) James 
Brown; (E) 0-13-7; (F) 2-14-0; (L) John Baptist Brown & Leonard 
Brown; (M) John 35, Leonard 30. 

66. (A) March 24, 1762; (B) John Abell; (C) 151; (D) John Abell; 
(E) 1-11-4; (F) 1-11-4; (L) isyrs. 

67. (A) Dec^ 25, 1745; (B) John "Nevett"; (C) 59V2; (D) Ignatius 
Joy, Sen^; (E) 0-6-10; (F) 1-7-6; (L) John "Nevit," John Baptist 
"Nevit" & Mary "Nevit"; (M) John 55, John Baptist 25, Mary 23. 

68. (A) Sep^ 10, 1742; (B) Bennitt Fenwick; (C) 80; (D) Bennitt 
Fenwick; (E) 0-8-0; (F) i-io-o; (L) Bennitt Fenwick & Francis 
Harbert; (M) Bennitt 44, Francis 28. 

69. (A) Dec^ 25, 1719; (B) John More, Sen^; (C) 71; (D) John 
More, Jun^; (E) 0-7-6; (F) 3-0-0; (L) Eleanor More; (M) Eleanor 
More 62. 

70. (A) Dec^ 25, 1742; (B) Edward Spalding; (C) 175; (D) Edward 
Spalding; (E) 0-18-0; (F) 3-12-4; (L) Edward Spalding & Edward 
Barton Smith; (M) Edward 77, Edward Barton 28 gone away. 

71. (A) June 25, 1761; (B) Ignatius Fenwick; (C) 55; (D) Edward 
Spalding; (E) 0-16-2; (F) 0-16-2; (L) i4V4yrs. 

72. (A) July 4th, 1740; (B) Elizabeth Spalding; (C) 120V2; (D) 
Michael Spalding; (E) 0-17-16; (F) 3-10-0; (L) James Spalding, 
Michael Spalding & Edmund Spalding; (M) James 42, Michael 41, 
Edmund 40. 

73. (A) Aug'. 8'\ 1739; (B) Henry Grenwell; (C) 84; (D) Edmond 
Grenwell; (E) 0-9-8; (F) 1-8-9; (L) "Edmund" Grenwell, Ignatius 
Grenwell, John Ross; (M) Edmond 40, Ignatius 31, John 22. 

74. (A) April 26, 1728; (B)Tho'. Spalding; (C) 53; (D) Tho^ Spalding; 
(E) 1-1-2; (F) 2-2-4; (L) Tho^ Spalding, Peter Spalding & James 
Spalding; (M) Tho^ 53, Peter 48, James 45. 

75. (A) Dec'. 10, 1714; (B) (Vacant); (C) 461; (D) William Spalding; 
(L) Patent Land. 

76. (A) Dec^25, 1741; (B) William Spalding; (C) 189V2; (D) William 
Spalding; (E) i-i-o; (F) 4-8-8; (L) ; (M) . 



68 MARYLAND RECORDS— ST. MARY'S CO.— CHAPTICO 

77. (A) June 12, 1761; (B) James Wimsatt; (C) 89V2; (D) James 
Wimsatt; (E) 0-17-0; (F) 0-17-0; (L) 14V4 yrs. 

78. (A) Oct'. 23, 1747; (B) Henry Spalding; (C) 92; (D) W-. & Tho^ 
Spalding; (E) 0-11-8; (F) 1-16^8; (L) Henry Spalding, Electious 
Spalding, Henry Spalding, Jun''. ; (M) Henry 43, Electious 30, Henry, 
Jun^ 22. 

79. (A) June 25, 1 761; (B) Edward Cole; (C) 87; (D) Ignatius 
Fenwick; (E) 0-17-6; (F) 0-17-6; (L) 14V4 yrs. 

80. (C) 44; (D) Joshua Jarbeo; (E) 0-4-8. 

81. (A) Oct'. 1=', 1740; (B) Thomas Taney; (C) 141V4 & 35; (D) 
Raphael Taney; (E) 1-2-0; (F) 4-8-0; (L) Raphael Taney; (M) 
Raphael 40. 

82. (A) Mch. 10, 1694; (B) Henry Lowe; (C) 90; (D) Raphael Taney; 
(L) Patented. 

— . (C) 917V2 Sundry Vacancies part of which, 'tis said, lies in Delabrook 
& Fenwck Manors. Total, (C) 9578V4. 



State of His Lordships Manor of Chaptico, in S^ 
Mary's County, January, 1768. 

I. (A) Decem'. 11, 1751; (B) Tenison Cheshire; (C) 163; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 0-16-4; (F) 3~5~4; (L) Tenison Cheshire, Barbara his Wife & Benj". 
Burch Cheshire; (M) Tenison 42, Barbara 40, Benj*. 17. 

(2). (A) Dec 25, 1749; (B) Stephen Cawood; (C) 28V2; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 0-2-7; (F) o-io-o; (L) Stephen Cawood, Son of Lessee & Thomas 
Cawood; (M) Stephen, 29, Thomas 23. 

(3). (A) Decem'. 25, 1719; (B) Thomas Nichols; (C) 73; (D) Philip 
Key; (E) 0-3-3; (F) i-ii-o; Fines due i-ii-o Pd.; (L) Mary Nichols & 
Susannah Nichols; (M) Mary 60, Susannah 51. 

4. (A) Feb^. 1762; (B) Edward Pratt; (C) 194; (D) Edward Pratt; 
(E) I-18-8; (F) 3-17-4; (L) 21 yrs. 

5. (A) Decem'. 20, 1741; (B) Thomas Nichols; (C) 106; (D) Thomas 
Nichols, Jun'. ; (E) 0-10-9; (F) 2-4-0; (L) Thomas Nichols; (M) 
Thomas aged 34 years. 

6. (A) Sept'. 29, 1756; (B) Rich<i. Brown; (C) 89V4; (D) Philip 
Briscoe; (E) 0-11-6; (F) 1-3-0; Fines due, 2-6-0 Pd.; (L) Alexander 
Brown & William Bailey Clark Brown; (M) Alexander 21, William 19. 

7. (A) July 13, 1740; (B) Williamson Hays; (C) 141; (D) PhiHp 
Briscoe; (E) 0-13-6; (F) 2-14-0; Fines due, 2-14-0, Pd.; (L) Samuel 
Miscar; (M) Samuel 31. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 69 

8. (A) Septem^ 29, 1742; (B) Leonard Clarke; (C) 266; (D) John 
Higgs; (E) 1-10-6; (F) 6-2-0; Fines due, 6-2-0; (L) Charles Sothoron 
Clark & Leonard Clark, Son of the Lessee; (M) Charles 26, Leonard 28. 

9. (A) March 25, 1758; (B) John Eden; (C) 86; (D) Philip Briscoe; 

(E) 0-9-2; (F) 0-18-4; Fines due, 0-18-4 Pd. ; (L) John Eden, James 
Eden & Townsend Eden; (M) John 40, James 19, Townsend 12. 

10. (A) ■ , 1 718; (B) John Donaldson; (C) 305 V4; (D) Ditto & 

Molly Key; (E) 2-9-6; (F) 1 9-1 9-5; Fines due, 39-18-10; (L) Elizabeth 
Daughter of John Donaldson; (M) Elizabeth 50, Sold Philip Briscoe p**. y 
Parran [?] £3-8-6. 

11. (A) April 16, 1740; (B) William Bond; (C) 247 V2; (D) Philip 
Briscoe; (E) 1-14-10; (F) 5-0-0; Fines due, lo-o-o, P<i.; (L) Zach*". 
Bond Son of William Zach^ Bond, Son of Tho^ & ]er^. Bond; (M) Zach*-. 
Son of William 29, Zach''. Son of Tho'. 33, Jeremiah 31. 

12. (A) June 16, 1752; (B) Zach>'. Bond; (C) 243V2; (D) Lessee; (E) 
1-7-0; (F) 5-16-0; (L) Samuel Bond & Samuel Edilin; (M) Sam Bond 
20, Samuel Edilin, 17. 

13- (A) June 29, 1739; (B) Zach^. Bond; (C) 229; (D) Lessee; (E) 
l-io-o; (F) 9-5-4; (L) Jeremiah Bond; (M) Jeremiah 31. 

14. (A) Jany. 25, 1753; (B) N. Warren & Jane "Vadry"; (C) 167V4; 

(D) Zachariah Bond; (E) i-io-o; (F) 6-0-0; (L) Notley Warren, Jane 
Warren & Jane "Vaudry"; (M) Notley 32, Jane 30, Jane Vaudry 25. 

15. (A) Aug'. 20, 1745; (B) Zach & Zeph^. Bond; (C) 164 V2; (D) 
Zephaniah Bond; (E) i-io-o; (F) 6-0-0; (L) Zachariah Bond, Zephaniah 
Bond & Jeremiah Bond; (M) Zach. 29, Dead; Zeph. 26, Dead, Jeremiah 

31- 

16. (A) Ditto; (B) Ditto; (C) 109V4; (D) Zach. & Zeph. Bond; (E) o- 
ll-o; (F) 2-4-0; (L) Same as above ; (M) Ditto. 

(17). (A) Ditto; (B) Anthony Sims; (C)203V4; (D) Lessee; (E) 1-4-6; 

(F) 5-1-0; (L) Bennett Sims Dead & Jane Sims; (M) Bennett 25, Jane 27. 

18. (A) Decem^ 25, 1742; (B) John Johnson Sothoron; (C) 354 V2; (D) 
James Thomas; (E) 1-18-6; (F) 7-14-0; Fines due, 7-14-0; (L) Henry 
Greenfield Sothoron, Rich"^. Sothoron, John Sothoron; (M) Henry 36, 
Richard 26, John 25. 

19. (A) Decem^ 25, 1750; (B) Edward Rion; (C) 189; (D) Jane Rion; 

(E) 0-18-10; (F) 3-15-4; (L) Mary Rion; (M) 29. 

20. (A) Jany. 10*'', 1742; (B) Francis "Clarke"; (C) 132V4; (D) 
Samuel Higgs; (E) 1-8-6; (F) 5-14-0; Fines due, 5-14-0; (L) Susanah 
"Clarke," Francis "Clark" son of Lessee; (M) Susanah 50, Francis 28. 

21. (A) Aug'. 20, 1745; (B) Dr. Rich-^. Cook; (C) 103; (D) Rich''. 
Ward Keys Heirs; (E) 0-14-8; (F) 2-18-8; Fines due, 2-18-8; (L) Dr. 
Rich''. "Cooke" & Mary Magdalen Stoddart; (M) Richard 50, Mary 
Magdalen 20. Sold Philip Briscoe. 



70 MARYLAND RECORDS— ST. MARY'S CO.— CHAPTICO 

22. (A) March 13, 1762; (B) Elizabeth Higgs; (C) 59V2; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 0-13-8; (F) 0-13-8; (L) 21 yrs. 

23. (A) Feb^. 10"", 1742; (B) Henry Williamson; (C) 132; (D) 
Leonard Briscoe; (E) 0-15-4; (F) 3-1-0; Fines due, 3-1-0 ?<•.; Rachel 
Williamson & Sarah Williamson; (M) Rachel 65, Sarah 25. 

24. (A) Feb>'. 5'N 1742; (B) Benj». Williamson; (C) 44 V4; (D) Leon^. 
Briscoe; (E) 0-4-6; (F) 0-18-0; Fines due, 0-18-0, ?<*. ; (L) Nathan 
Williamson & William Williamson; (M) Nathan 28, William 25. 

25. (A) March 25, 1743; (B) Leonard Briscoe; (C) 214; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 1-2-0; (F) 4-8-0; (L) Leonard Briscoe & George Briscoe; (M) 
Leonard 47, George 35. 

26. (A) Decem^ 25, 1718; (B) Henry WilHamson; (C) 39V4; (D) 
Philip Briscoe; (E) 0-3-10; (F) 1-10-6; Fines due, 1-10-6; (L) Rachel 
Williamson; (M) Rachel 65. 

"^-l- (C) 310V4; (D) George Briscoe; (M) One Life as supposed, about 

45- 

28. (A) March 25, 1749; (B) Bullet Gardner; (C) 139V4; (D) "Bullet" 
Gardner; (E) 0-12-9; (F) 2-6-0; (L) "Bullett" Gardner & John 
Gardner; (M) "Bullet" 48, John 25. 

29. (A) Feby. 13, 1748; (B) RichJ. Wainwright; (C) 181; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 0-18-1; (F) 3-12-0; (L) Richard Wainwright, Dead, & William 
Wainwright; (M) Richard 65, William 40. 

30. (A) Mch. 25, 1749; (B) James Watson; (C) 19; (D) Lessee; (E) 
o-i-io; (F) 0-8-0; (L) Mary Watson, Eliazer Watson & Azariah Watson; 
(M) Mary 38, Eliazer 21, Azariah 19. 

31. (A) Jan^. 20, 1742; (B) James Compton; (C) 104 V2; (D) William 
Wainwright; (E) 0-10-6; (F) 2-2-0; Fines due, 2-2-0, p^. ; (L) EHanor 
Compton, Elizabeth Compton, John Compton; (M) Elianor 50, Eliz: 28, 
John 26. 

32. (A) Sept'. 29, 1742; (B) Joseph Bloxam; (C) 97; (D) Rob'. Slye 
Wood; (E)o-ii-3; (F) 2-5-0; Fines due, 2-5-0 p'^. ; (L) Ann Bloxam & 
Joseph Stephens; (M) Ann 45, Joseph 43. 

33. (A) March II '\ 1762; (B) John Swan; (C) 53V4; (D) Basil Smith; 
(E) 0-13-4; (F) 0-13-4; Fines due, 0-13-4 P**-; (L) 21 yrs. 

34. (A) June 27, 1739; (B) Mary Haw; (C) 200V2; (D) Christopher 
Haw; (E) 1-1-2; (F) 4-4-0; (L) Christopher Haw Dead; (M) Christopher 
32, expired. 

35. (A) Jan^. 20, 1742; (B) James Swan; (C) 121V2; (D) 0-13-7; (E) 
2-14-0; (L) John Swan & James Swan; (M) John 46, James 42. 

36. (A) Dec^ 25, 1743; (B) John Branson; (C) 157; (D) John Branson, 
Jun^; (E) 0-16-0; (F) 3-4-0; (L) John Branson Dead, John his Son & 
John his Grandson; (M) John 83 Dead, his Son 56, his Grandson 28. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 71 

37. (A) Jan^. 16, 1752; (B) Lydia Vadry; (C) 376V4; (D) Maj^ 
Zach''. Bond; (E) 2-1-2; (F) 4-2-4; (L) Lydia Vadry, Tho=. Cartwright 
& Gustavus Cartwright; (M) Lydia 36, Thomas 46, Gustavus 28. 

38. (A) March 25, 1726; (B) George Witter; (C) 86V4; (D) Corn'. 
Barber; (E) 0-12-0; (F) 4-16-0; Fines due, 4-16 p"^.; (L) Mary Witter & 
WilHam Witter; (M) Mary 48, William 45. 

39. (A) Dec^ 25, 1739; (B) Thomas Morris; (C) 153V4; (D) Henry 
Morris; (E) 0-17-5; (F) 3-10-0; (L) Expired. 

40. (A) Dec. 25, 1718; (B) Jane Price; (C) 82V4; (D) Catharine 
Chunn; (E)o-ii-5; (F) 4-12-0; (L) Catharine Price 56. 

41. (A) Dec^ 25, 1762; (B) Elizabeth Price; (C) 51V4; (D) Catharine 
Chunn; (E) 0-7-1; (F) 1-8-0; Fines due, 1-8-0, p<i. ; (L) Ann Price 39. 

42. (A) Dec^ 26'S 1746; (B) Edward Rion; (C) 88V4; (D) Jane Rion; 
(E) 0-9-4; (F) I-17-4; (L) Mary Rion; (M) Mary 29. 

43. (A) Feb". 10, 1742; (B) Mathew Compton; (C) 200; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 0-19-7; (F) 4-0-0; (L) Rachel Compton, W°. Compton & Stephen 
Compton; (M) Rachel 52, William 34, Stephen 32. 

44. (A) Decem^ 25, 1719; (B) Benj=. Chun; (C) 53; (D) Rebecca 
Chun; (E) 0-5-3; (F) 2-2-4; (L) Expired. 

45. (A) Decem^ 25, 1753; (B) Thomas Nash; (C) 37 V4; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 0-3-4; (F) o~i3~4; (L) Thomas Nash, Barnett Nash & Elizabeth 
Nash; (M) Thomas 57, Barnett 15, Eliz: 17. 

46. (A) April 25, 1757; (B) Robert Horner; (C) 103; (D) Robert 
Horner; (E) 1-0-6; (F) 2-1-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

47. (A) Decem\25, 1753; (B) William Scott; (C) 25; (D) Lessee; (E) 
0-2-6; (F) o-io-o; (L) William Scott, Christian Scott & Elianor Scott; 
(M) William 41, Chris". 38, Elianor 16. 

48. (A) July 29'\ 1764; (B) James Wood; (C) 32; (D) James Wood; 
(E) 0-6-8; (F) 0-6-8; (L) 21 yrs. 

49. (A) Dec. 25, 1746; (B) Ann Scott; (C) 52V4; (D) Elizabeth Love; 

(E) 0-5-0; (F) i-o-o; (L) Elizabeth Scott & Walter Burch; (M) Elizabeth 
42, Walter 23. 

50. (A) June 29, 1764; (B) PhiHp Wood; (C) 28; (D) Lessee; (E) 
0-3-4; (F) 0-3-4; (L) 21 yrs. 

51. (A) Dec. 25, 1746; (B) JohnSlye; (C) 52; (D) Lessee; (E) 0-4-9; 

(F) 0-19-0; (L) Mary Slye & Robert Slye; (M) Mary 32, Robert 21. 

52. (A) May 19, 1749; (B) Francis Painham; (C) 104; (D) Heirs of 
Francis Painham; (E) o-io-o; (F) i-o-o; (L) Mary Painham, Ann 
Painham Jun^; (M) Mary 53, Ann 26. 

53. (A) Dec. 25, 1753; (B) Robert Horner; (C) 7; (D) Lessee; (E) 
0-0-8 ; (F) 0-2-8 ; (L) Robert Horner, John Briscoe & Alexander Henson ; 
(M) Robert 45, John 24, Alexander 22. 

(C) 1669V2 Vacancies. 



72 MARYLAND RECORDS— ST. MARY'S CO.— MILL 

State of His Lordships Manor of Mill in S^. Mary's 
County, January, 1768. 

1. (A) January 25, 1741; (B) James Armstrong; (C) 155; (D) Diana 
Armstrong; (E) 0-16-8; (F) 3-0-0; (L) Diana Armstrong, Catharine 
Armstrong & Hellen Armstrong; (M) Diana 51, Catharine 32, Hel- 
len 28. 

2. (A) March 25"', 1744; (B) James Armstrong; (C) 60; (D) Diana 
Armstrong; (E) 0-7-2; (F) 1-8-8; (L) Same Lives; (M) Ditto. 

3. (A) March 5"^, 1742; (B) John Warren; (C) 102; (D) Mathew 
Hagar; (E) 0-10-3; (F) 2-1-0; Fines Due, 2-1 1-3; (L) Thomas Warren, 
Ann Warren & Mary Warren; (M) Thomas 40, Ann 38, Mary 35. 

4. (A) May I4'\ 1762; (B) Francis Hilton; (C) 8V2; (D) Francis 
Hilton; (E) o-i-io; (L) 15V2 yrs. 

5. (A) Sept. 29, 1742; (B) Martha Wheatley; (C) 109V2; (D) William 
Coombs; (E) o-io-io; (F) 2-3-0; (L) Martha Wheatley Joseph Wheatley, 
Winifred Wheatley; (M) Martha 50, Joseph 30, Winifred 26. 

6. (A) March 25, 1744; (B) Henry Nowell; (C) 70V2; (D) Henry 
Nowell, Jun^; (E) 0-1-V4; (F) 1-8-1; (L) Henry Nowell Jun^ & Ann 
Nowell; (M) Henry 27, Ann 23. 

7. (A) Feb^. 1=', 1740; (B) Thomas Cook; (C) 95; (D) Thomas Cook; 
(E) 0-9-6; (F) 1-18-0; (L) Josiah Cook, Thomas Cook & Ignatius Cook; 
(M) Josiah 34, Thomas 32, Ignatius 28. 

8. (A) March 24, 1744; (B) John Warren; (C) 5V4; (D) William 
Coombs; (E) 0-0-8; (F) 0-2-6; (L) Tho". Warren, Ann Warren & Mary 
Warren; (M) Thomas 40, Ann 36, Mary 35. 

9. (A) July 5, 1742; (B) Thomas Baker; (C) 198V2; (D) William 
Gaither, Jun^; (E) i-o-o; (F) 4-0-0; (L) Thomas Baker; (M) Thomas 
50. 

10. (A) July 4"', 1714; (B) Francis Cole; (C) no; (D) Susannah Cole; 
(E) 0-7-4; (F) 2-19-2; (L) Ann Cole; (M) Ann Aged 60. 

11. (A) April lo"", 1738; (B) Francis Cole; (C) 29; (D) Susannah 
Cole; (E) 0-3-0; (F) 0-12-0; (L) Francis Cole, Jun^, Judith Cole, Jun'. 
& James Wheatley; (M) Francis 32, Judith 28, James 34. 

12. (A) March I0'^ 1743; (B) Jonathan Scale; (C) 3261/2; (D) 
Thomas Key; (E) 1-12-4; (F) 6-9-4; (L) Monaca Scale & Lidia Scale; 
(M) Monaca 30, Lidia 28. 

13. (A) Aug'. 24, 1758; (B) Joseph Jenkins; (C) 140; (D) Joseph 
Jenkins; (E) 1-8-0; (F) 1-8-0; (L) 11V2 yrs. 

14. (B) Patented to W". Jenkins; (C) 89V2; (D) Joseph Jenkins; (L) 
Patent Land younger than the Manor. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 73 

15. (A) Aug*. 20"", 1745; (B) John Silanee; (C) 170; (D) John Silanee; 
(E) 0-17-0; (F) 3-8-0; (L) John Silanee & John Silanee Jun'. ; (M) John 
50, John Silanee Jun^ 28. 

16. (A) April 24'\ 1762; (B) John Silanee Jun'. (C) 46; (D) John 
Silanee Jun^ (E) 0-9-2; F 0-9-2; (L) 15V4 yrs. 

17. (A) Aug'. 6^^, 1739; (B) John Edwards; (C) 44; (D) Zachariah 
Forrest; (E) 0-4-9; (F) 0-19-2. 

18. (A) Dec. 25, 1743; (B) Joseph Cullison; (C) 75V2; (D) James 
Tailton; (E) 0-7-7; (F) 1-10-4; Fines due, 3-8-3 ; (L) Joseph Cullison, 
William Cullison & Ignatius Cullison; (M) Joseph 45, W-". 42, Ignatius 28. 

19. (A) Decem^ 25, 1750; (B) Joseph Cullison; (C) 30; (D) James 
Tailton; (E) 0-3-0; (F) 0-12-6; Fines due 1-8-0; (L) Joseph Cullison, 
James CuUison & Joseph Cullison Jun'.; (M) Joseph 45, James 20, Joseph 
Jun'. 18. 

20. (A) Aug'. 20, 1761; (B) Ditto (C) 53; (D) Ditto; (E) 0-10-6; (F) 
0-10-6; Fines due i-i-o; (L) 14V2 yrs. 

21 & 22. (A) April 25'S 1729; (B) John Tailton; (C) 50 & 22V4; (D) 
Michael Beveriey; (E for both tracts) 0-7-6; (F) 3-0-0; (L) John 
Tailton 80, Dead. 

23. (A) April I o'\ 1738; (B) James Tailton; (C) 35; (D) John Tailton; 
(E) 0-3-6; (F) 0-14-0; (L) John Tailton Jun^ 30. 

Totals: (C) 2025 V2; (E) £10-17-71/4; (F) £8-8-6. 

Sundry Vacancies not yet ascertained. 

N. B. Mill Manor only Contains within the Lines according to the 
Resurvey 1921^4 acres, the rest lies without the Manor. 



State of His Lordships Manor of Snow Hill, 

Including 8^. Barbaras and St. Johns 

Freeholds, January, 1768. 

1. (A) July 25*^ 1750; (B) Cap'. John Hicks; (C) 378; (D) William & 
Geo. Hicks; (E) 1-17-9; (F) 7-1 i-o; (L) W". Hicks now of White 
Haven; (M) William 36. 

2. (A) Decem^ 25, 1746; (B) Roger Tolle; (C) 143; (D) Rev^. Moses 
Fabbs; (E) 0-14-4; (F) 3-1 1-8; (L) Jonathan Tolle, John Tolle & 
Roger Tolle; (M) Jonathan 33, John, 31, Roger 26. 

3. (A) Decem^ 25, 1749; (B) James Watts; (C) 190; (D) Mary Mor- 
ris; (E) 0-19-0; (F) 4-0-0; (L) Roger Tolle, Son of Roger; (M) 
Roger 26. 



74 MARYLAND RECORDS— ST. MARY'S CO. 

4. (A) July 1M740; (B) John Baker; (C) 97V2; (D) John Baker; (E) 
0-10-4; (F) 2-1-7; (L) John Baker & Thomas Baker; (M) John 45, 
Thomas 48. 

5. (A) August 30, 1761; (B) John Baker; (C) 41V4; (D) John Baker; 
(E) 0-12-2; (F) 0-12-2; (L) 14V2 years. 

7. Land held by an ancient Deed, from a certain Gerard Miller. 

8. (A) March 25'\ 1750; (B) Thomas Williner; (C) 80V4; (D) Thomas 
Williner; (E) 0-8-7; (F) 1-14-4; (L) Tho^ Williner, Thomas his Son & 
Miriam Williner; (M) Thomas 65, Thomas Jun'. 20, Miriam 25. 

Totals: (C) 982 V2; (E) £5-7-5. 



State of His Lordships Manor of West S^ Marys 

Lying in S^ Marys County February 1768, 

Recorded 1666. 

1. (A) Jany. 20t\ 1742; (B) Stephen Chilton; (C) 57 V4; (D) Stephen 
Chilton; (E) 0-10-3; (F) 2-1-0; (L) George Chilton, Morris Baker, 
Dead; (M) George 34, Morris 26. 

2. (A) March 16, 1729; (B) Benjamin Woodard; (C) 89V2; (D) 
Stephen Chilton; (E) 0-9-1V2; (F) 1-16-6; Fines due 1-16-6; (L) 
William Woodard; (M) William 41. N. B. Gone away several years. 

3. (A) Decem^ 25, 1750; (B) Elizabeth Morris; (C) 193V2; (D) John 
King; (E) 0-19-2; (F) 3-16-8; (L) Elizabeth Morris, Mary Morris & 
George Chilton; (M) Elizabeth 18, Mary 16, George 34. 

4. (A) Decem'. 25, 1730; (B) Joseph Anderson; (C) 49V4; (D) James 
M'^Laland; (E) 0-5-0; (F) i-o-o; (L) Joseph Anderson & Gilbert 
Anderson; (M) Joseph 60, Gilbert 30 — quere the Age if the Last & Vide 
Date of Lease. 

5. (A) Feby. I, 1740; (B) John Allison; (C) 49V2; (D) Thomas Allison; 
(E) 0-6-8; (F) 1-6-8; Thomas Allison, Joseph Allison & James Allison; 
(M) Thomas 39, Joseph 30, James 22. Vide Date of Lease for the Last 
Life. 

6. (A) Decem^ 25, 1716; (B) John Allison; (C) 28V4; (D) Thomas 
AlHson; (E) 0-3-0; (F) 1-4-8; (L) Mary Cole (M) Mary 55. 

7. (A) Decem'. 25, 1745; (B) John Batsell; (C) 67V4; (D) James 
M<^Laland; (E) 0-6-11; (F) 1-9-6; (L) John Batsel & EHzabeth Batsel; 
(M) John 25, Eliz: 42, both gone to Virginia. 

8. (A) June 20, 1746; (B) John Taylor; (C) 139; (D) John Taylor; (E) 
0-15-8; (F) 3-2-8; (L) John Taylor, Jun^ & William Taylor; (M) John 
37, William 34. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR 75 

9. (A) June I5*N 1754; (B) John Hammett; (C) 72V4; (D) William 
Taylor; (E) 0-17-4; (F) 1-14-8; (L) 7V4 yrs. 

10. (A) March 25, 1758; (B) EHzabeth Hammett; (C) 67 V4; (D) 
Stephen Chilton; (E) 0-13-4; (F) 1-6-8; (L) Cartwright Hammitt, 
Nich'. Dowlin Goldsborough & Stephen Dowlin Goldsborough ; (M) 
Cartwright 20, Nicholas 18, Stephen 21. 

13. (A) April 29, 1742; (B) William Hebb; (C) 78; (D) Vienon 
[Virnon?] Hebb; (E) 0-15-8; (F) 3-2-8; (L) Hopewell Hebb Dead, & 
Precilla Hebb; (M) Hopewell 60, Precilla gone to England 30. 

14. (A) Jan^. 20, 1741; (B) William Hebb; (C) 52; (D) Vienon Hebb; 
(E) 0-5-2; (F) i-o-o; (L) Same Lives as above; (M) Same as 13. 

15. (A) Octo^ 2,^, 1762; (B) Thomas Mathews; (C) 10V4; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 0-13-6; (F) 0-13-6; (L) 1 5^4 yrs. Leased for 67 V2 acres, but lies in 
older Surveys except ioV4- 

23. (C) 31/4; (D) Vienon Hebb. 

Total (E) £7-0-91/2. Vacancies: I. 166V2; 2. 176V4; 3- 10V4; 4- 18V4; 
5. 3; 6. 34V4; 7. 2V2; 8. 1/4; Total 1370V4, 1720V4 Patented Lands, 
Making 3091 acres in the Manor. 



State of His Lordships Manor of Woolsey in S^ 
Mary's County, December, 1767. 

1. (A) Nov^ 10*"^, 1739; (B) John Williams; (C) 100^8; (D) Susanna 
WiUiams; (E) o-io-i; (F) 2-0-0; (L) Susannah Williams; (M) Susan. 
30. Expired. 

2. (A) April ii'N 1763; (B) Susanna Williams; (C) iSVs; (D) Lessee; 
(E) 0-3-10; (F) 0-7-8; (L) 21 yrs. 

3. (A) Decem^ 25"", 1742; (B) Thomas Welman; (C) 133V4; (D) 
Thomas Cecil; (E) 0-13-2; (F) 2-12-8; Fines due, 5-5-4; (L) Thomas 
Welman & John Welman; (M) Tho=. 29, gone away. John 27. 

4. (A) April 9'N 1763; (B) Thomas Cecil; (C) 52; (D) Lessee; (E) 
0-11-9; (F) 0-11-9; (L) 21 yrs. 

5. (A) May i»S 1761; (B) Clement Jacbo [Jaibo]; (C) 59V8; (D) 
Thomas Cecil; (E) 0-12-4; (F) 0-12-4; Fines due, 0-12-4; (L) 21 yrs. 

6. (A) Dec. 25'\ 1746; (B) Thomas Dogin; (C) 67 Vs; (D) Lessee; (E) 
0-8-0; (F) 1-12-0; (L) Tho'. Dogin & John Michael Raley; (M) Tho». 
48, John 26, but gone away. 

7. (A) Nov^ I0'^ 1739; (B) Thomas Watt; (C) 40V2; (D) Jeremiah 
Rhoades; (E) 0-4-0; (F) 0-16-0; Fines due, 1-12-0; (L) Mary Watt; 
(M) Mary Watt 70. 



76 MARYLAND RECORDS— ST. MARY'S CO.— WOOLSEY 

8. (A) Dec^ 25'h, 1719; (B) Joseph Milbourn; (C) 61; (D) Henry 
King; (E) 0-6-0; (F) 2-8-0; Fines due, 2-8-0; (L) Stephen Milburn, 
Jun^, Peter Milburn; (M) Stephen 42, gone away. Peter 39. Vide 
Date of Leese. 

9. (A) July 5'S 1729; (B) Francis Hilton; (C) 85V2; (D) John Hilton; 

(E) 0-7-4; (F) 2-19-0; (L) Francis Hilton, Jun^ & W-. Hilton; (M) 
Francis 42, William 38. 

10. (A) Sep'. 20'\ 1742; (B) Robert Alexander; (C) 27V4; (D) Robert 
Alexander; (E) 0-2-9; (F) o-ii-o; (L) Robert Alexander, Dead, 
Christian Alexander, Ja'. Alexander; (M) Rob'. 64, Christian 29, James 27. 

11. (A) Feb^ 22^ 1763; (B) Ditto; (C) 37V2; (D) Ditto; (E) 0-8-6; 

(F) 0-8-6; (L) 21 yrs. 

12. (A) Dec^ 25'\ 1742; (B) Francis Hilton; (C) 42; (D) William 
Hilton; (E) 0-5-0; (F) i-o-o; (L) John Hilton, Step". Hilton & Tho^ 
Hilton; (M) John 40, Stephen 33, Thomas 28. 

13. (A) Dec^ 25«N 1719; (B) Ditto; (C) 53^8; (D) Ditto; (E) 0-5^; 
(F) 2-0-0; (L) Mary Harlow; (M) Mary 50. 

14. (A) Dec. 25'\ 1758; (B) Ephraim Adams; (C) 87V4; (D) William 
Hilton; (E) 0-17-0; (F) 1-12-0; Fines due, 1-12-0; (L) Ephraim 
Adams, Reb: Adams & Rob'. Adams; (M) Ephraim 40, Reb: 36, Robert 
16 — all gone away. 

15. (A) Dec^ 25'h, 1720; (B) John Milbourn; (C) 34^3; (D) Henry 
Jenkins; (E) 0-3-3V2; (F) 1-4-6V2; Fines due, 6-2-8V2; (L) John 
Milburn, Dead, & Ann Milburn, Dead; (M) John 47, Ann 49, exp^. 

16. (A) Dec. 25'\ 1740; (B) Robert Clarke; (C) looVs; (D) Robert 
Clarke; (E) 0-13-2; (F) 2-12-8; (L) Rob'. Clarke & Ann Clarke; (M) 
Rob'. 45, Ann 40. 

17. (A) May 25'\ 1758; (B) Charles Dillian; (C) 36V8; (D) Ann 
DiUian; (E) 0-7-6; (F) 0-14-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

18. (A) Sep'. I5'S 1742; (B) John Milburn; (C) 40V8; (D) Sarah 
Breeden; (E) 0-3-10; (F) 0-15-0; Fines due, 0-15-0; (L) Mary Milburn 
& Ann Milburn; (M) Mary 40, Ann 26. 

19. (A) Feby. 29'\ 1742; (B) Francis Kirby; (C) 53^3; (D) Ignatius 
Bryan; (E) 0-5-6; (F) 1-5-0; (L) Fran». Kirby, Mary Kirby & W-". 
Kirby; (M) Francis 45, Mary 41, William their Son 22. Vide Date of 
Lease. 

20. (A) Sep'. 7'\ 1763; (B) Ignatius Bryan; (C) 49V4; (D) Ignatius 
Bryan; (M) held by Cirtificate. 

21. (A) Dec^ 25'\ 1719; (B) Stephen Milburn; (C) 48V8; (D) Mathew 
Wise; (E) 0-4-8; (F) 1-17-6; (L) Stephen Milburn Dead, Stephen 
Milburn Jun^ Peter Milburn; (M) Stephen 70, Stephen Jun'. 49 but gone 
away, Peter 47. Vide No. 8. Same Lives but ages diff'. 



STATE OF HIS LORDSHIP'S MANOR TJ 

22. (A) Dec. 25, 1720; (B) Ditto; (C) ysVs; (D) MathewWise; (E) 
0-7-9; (F) 3-2-7; (L) Steph". Milburn, Rebecca Milburn; (M) Stephen 
70, Rebecca 46. 

23. (A) April 26'^ 1743; (B) John Lewis; (C) 48V4; (D) Adam Wise, 
Jun";. ; (E) 0-4-8; (F) i-io-o; Fines due, 3-0-0; (L) Charies Lewis, 
Sarah Lewis & Eleanor Lewis; (M) Charles 29, Sarah 40, Eleanor 
26. 

24. (A) Nov^ 13, 1743; (B) Adam Wise; (C) 62V4; (D) Adam Wise, 
Sen'.; (E) 0-5-9; (F) 1-3-0; (L) Adam Wise, Sen^, Diana Wise & 
Mathew Wise; (M) Adam 50, Diana 43, Mathew 25. 

25. (A) Dec^ 25'\ 1741; (B) John Milbourn; (C) 81; (D) Richard 
Wise; (E) 0-8-2; (F) 1-12-9; Fines due, i-i 2-9; (L) Ann Milburn, W". 
Milburn Son of Stephen; (M) Ann 49, William 30, gone away. 

26. (A) March 25"', 1744; (B) William Howard; (C) 50; (D) John 
Hammott; (E) a-4-9; (F) 1-8-8; Fines due, 1-8-8; (L) W". Howard, 
Ann Howard & Sarah Howard ; (M) William 46, Ann 35, Sarah 20. Vide 
Date of Lease. 

27. (A) Aug*. 19*'', 1761; (B) John Hammott; (C) 16V2; (D) John 
Hammott; (E) 0-4-0; (F) 0-4-0; (L) 21 yrs; (M) Expired. 

28. (A) Mch. 5th, 1739; (B) Ditto; (C) 84V4; (D) John Hammott; (E) 
0-8-5; (F) 1^14"^; (L) John Hammot, John Hammot, Son of Rob*., Jn°. 
Norris; (M) John 50, John Son of Rob*. 28, John Norris 30. 

29. (A) Nov^ 13, 1743; (B) James Adams; (C) 52V2; (D) James 
Adams; (E) 0-5-5; (F) i-o-o; (L) James Adams, Mary Adams, Eph"". 
Adams; (M) James 51, Mary 51, Ephraim 40, the last gone away. 

30. (A) June 24*'>, 1740; (B) James Farthing; (C) 91 V2; (D) John 
Tarlton; (E) 0-9-8; (F) 1-19-0; Fines due, 1-19-0; (L) Mary Farthing 
& Robert Hurtle; (M) Mary 40, Robert 30. 

31. (A) Dec^ 25*\ 1720; (B) Griffian Morris; (C) 42V8; (D) Robert 
Alexander; (E) 0-4-6; (F) 1-16-0; Fines due, 1-16-0; (L) Lessee Dead, 
Jane his Wife Dead & Monaca Morris; (M) Their ages cannot be learn't 
being gone away. 

32. (A) April 2'', 1761; (B) James Breeden; (C) 109V2; (D) Sarah 
Breeden; (E) 1-9-8; (F) 1-17-2; (L) 21 yrs. 

33. (A) Dec^ ii*S 1751; (B) John Frazier; (C) 183V8; (D) John 
Frazier; (E) 0-17-6; (F) 3-10-4; (L) John Frazir Dead, Leonard King; 
(M) John 40, Leonard (gone away) 25. 

34. (A) Aug*. 20'S 1761; (B) Ditto; (C) 12V8; (D) Ditto; (E) 0-6-0; 
(F) 0-6-0; (L) 21 yrs. 

35. (A) Dec^ 25*S 1741; (B) Theodore Jordan; (C) 148V8; (D) 
Henry Reeder; (E) 0-15-0; (F) 3-0-0; Fines due, 6-0-0; (L) EHz: 
Jordan, Elizabeth Jordan Daughter of Lessee & Susannah his Sister; (M) 



78 MARYLAND RECORDS— ST. MARY'S CO.— WOOLSEY 

Eliz: 56, Eliz: Daughter of Lessee 29, Susannah 27. N. B. There is a 
Counterpart of a Lease for this Land daf*. 1739 to Jn°. Dyal on Lives. 

Vacancies : 

No. I, (C) 110V4; No. 2, 565V4; No. 3, 50; No. 4, 15V4; No. 5, 106V2. 
N. B. of the above quantity 27 Acres Lies in Mill Manor & ab°. 21V2 in 
the Reserve Woolsey. 



Caroline County, Bredge Town Hundred, Census 
of I 776. 

"A LIste of the in Habbatance of Bredge Town Hundred Taking by 
Preson Goodwin." * 

This Census is written upon 2 sheets 13V4 in. X 16V2 in., originally 
fastened together by red sealing wax. 

"a" means "Under 16 years"; "b" means "From 16 to 50 years"; 
"c" means "Above 50 years" using the columns in the originals, "x" 
means males, "z" means females, "2ax" means 2 white males under 16 
years, "3 az" means 3 white females under 16, etc. 

Heads of Families: 

Keed [? — Heed, Reed], William, i bx; i az, i bz — total 3. 

Draper, Samuel, i ax, i bx; i az, 2 bz — 5. 

Hughs, Daniel, i bx; 2 az, I bz — 4. 

"Elaxandrio," Robert, 2 ax, i ax; i bz — 4. 

Reed, Charles, i ax, i bx; i bz — 3. 

More, William, i ax, i bx; I az, i bz — 4. 

Wilighboey, Richd., 6 ax, i bx; i az, i bz — 9. 

Founton, Thomas, i ax, I bx; i az, i bz — 4. 

Coox, Thomas, i ax, I bx; 2 az, i bz — 5. 

Bostick, James, I ax, i bx; 2 az, 2 bz — 6. 

Founton, Saml., i bx; i az, i bz — 3. 

Owins, William, i bx; i az, i bz — 3. 

Orrell, Thos., I bx — i. 

Stradlee, Thos. Coox, 2 ax; I bx, i bz — 4. 

Walker, John, i ax, i bx; 2 az, I bz — 5. 

Comton, John BabHs, i bx; 2 az, i bz — 4. 

Hollis, Clark, 2 ax, i ex; 2 az, 3 bz — 8. 

Laine, Francis, 3 ax, i bx; i az, 2 bz — 7. 

Wyth, Daniel, 3 ax, i ex; i bz, I cz — 6. 

Brett, Damina, I bx, i ex; i cz — 3. 

Barwick, James, 2 ax, i bx; i az, 3 bz — 7. 

Carrill, Grace, i ax; i az, 2 bz — 4. 

Mason, Abraham, i ax, i bx; 3 az, i bz — 6. 

Eutt, Seth Hill, l bx; i az, i bz — 3. 

* "Preston Goodwin" is written in the enumeration in the bold handwriting of Benson Stanton, 
Cha°-, but the actual signature is "Preson Goodwin." 

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3 MARYLAND RECORDS— CAROLINE COUNTY 

Hill, Thomas Smith "Cat." [Captain?], 2 ax, i bx; i az, i .bz — 5. 

Cullon, Davied, i ax, i bx; i az, i bz — 4. 

Wilkson, Henery, 3 ax, i bx; i az, i bz — 6. 

Allen, z'\nn, i bz, i cz — 2. 

Simson, Elijah, 1 bx; i az, i bz — 3. 

Cooper, Owin, 2 ax, 2 bx; i az, 3 bz, i cz — 9. 

Rogirs, William, 2 ax, i bx; 2 az, 2 bz, i cz — 8. 

Baynard, Mary, i bz — i. 

Johnson, John, 2 ax, 2 bx; i az, 2 bz — 7. 

Hamblton, William, i bx — i. 

Johnson, Henery, 2 ax, i bx; i az, 2 bz — 6. 

Hurd, William, i ex; 3 az, i bz — 5. 

Skinner, Francis, 2 bx; i bz — 3. 

Drapir, Gudall, i ax, 2 bx; i az, 2 bz — 6. 

Raws, Sarah, 2 az, i bz — 3. 

Williowbee, Solomon, i bx; i bz — 2. 

Williowbee, Absolomon, i bx; i cz — 2. 

Chanee, Aron, i ax, 2 bx; 7 az, 4 bz — 14. 

Mason, John, 2 ax, i ex; i az, i bz — 5. 

Emery [?], John, i ax, i bx; i bz — 3. 

Duglass, William, 5 ax, i bx; i az, i bz, i cz — 9. 

Lilley, William, i ax, i bx; i az, i bz — 4. 

Cook, William, 2 ax, i bx; i az, i hz, i cz — 6. 

Rogers, John, 3 ax, i bx; i az, i bz — 6. 

Sherrwed, Hugh, 2 ax, 2 bx, i ex; 3 az, i bz — 9. 

Sherrwed, Francis, i ax, i bx; 2 bz — 4. 

Baynard, John, i ax, 3 bx; 2 az, 2 bz, i cz — 9. 

White, John, 2 ax, 2 bx; i az, i bz — 6. 

Garrner, Parrish, 2 ax, i bx; 6 az, I bz — 10. 

Lammar, Nathan, 2 ax, i bx; 3 az, i bz — 7. 

Dickson, John, i bx; i bz — 2. 

Ingrum, John, i ax, i bx; i bz — 3. 

Garroot, John, i bx; i az, i bz — 3. 

Longe, Thomas, 3 ax, i bx, I ex; 3 az, 2 bz — 10. 

Longe, John, i ax, i bx; 3 az, 2 bz — 7. 

Glandin, William, 2 ax, i bx, I ex; 2 az, i bz — 7. 

Haress [Harris?], Benjamin, 2 ax, i bx; 3 az, i bz — 7. 

Smith, Edwd. i bx, i ex; i az, i cz — 4. 

Quinnily, Richd. i ex; i cz — 2. 

Talboy, Ann, 2 bx; i bz, i cz — 4. 

Wothers, Elijah, i ax, 2 bx; i az, i bz — 5. 

Currey, William, i ax, i bx, i ex; 4 bz — 7. 



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Morgan, James, i bx — I. 
Morgan, Solomon, i bx — i. 
Gladston, Nathan, i bx — i. 
Hobs, William, i bx — i. 
Lecompt, Thos. i bx — i. 
Wilson, Robt. i bx — i. 
Turnner, John, i bx — i. 
Hill, Nathan, i bx — i. 
Swgat, Beneymon [Benjamin?], i bx — I. 
Chanell [?], Eleey, i bx — i. 
Green, Zariah, i bx — i. 
Wothers, Ruban, i bx — i. 
Wothers, John, 4 ax, i bx; 2 az, 2 bz — 9. 
Bland, Joseph, i bx; 2 az, i bz — 4. 
Bland, Joseph, Senr. 3 ax, i bx; 3 az, i bz — 8. 
Bright, Jonis, 2 ax, i bx, 3 az, i bz — 7. 
Everret, Joseph, i bx — i. 
Brite, George, i bx — i. 
Founton, William, i bx — i. 
Jurdam, Batt, i bx, i ex; 2 az, I bz, i cz — 6. 
Black, Betty, 2 ax; 2 az, i cz — 5. 
Goodwin, Preston, 3 ax, i bx; I bz — 5. 
Warron, Solomon, 3 ax, i bx; I az, i bz — 6. 
Leventon, Mary, i bx; i az, I bz, i cz — 4. 
Cahill, WiUiam, i ax, i bx; 6 az, I bz — 9. 
Porter, Larnie, 2 bx; 3 az, I bz — 6. 
Thomas, Richard, I bx; I az, i bz — 3. 
Solsboury, Nemiah, 2 ax, I bx; 3 az, i bz — 7. 
Willighbouy, Edward, 4 ax, i bx; 3 az, 2 bz — 10. 
Fednion, Batt, 4 ax, i bx; 3 az, 2 bz — 10. 
Cahill, John, i bx; 2 az, I bz, i cz — 5. 
Draper, William, 3 ax, 2 bx; 2 az, 2 bz — 9. 
Sordinge, Edward, 3 ax, i bx; I az, i bz — 6. 
Paine, Isaac, 5 ax, 2 bx; 2 az, i bz — 10. 
Maikmahn, William, i bx; i az, i bz — 3. 
Harper, William, 3 ax, 2 bx; 3 az, i bz — 9. 
Founton, John, 6 ax, i bx; i az, i bz — 9. 
Hudson, John, l bx; i bz — 2. 
Porter, Robt. i bx; 2 az, i bz — 4. 
Wilimson, Elijah, 3 ax, i bx; 3 az, 2 bz — 9. 
Swegatt, Thomas, 2 ax, i bx, i ex; i az, 2 bz, i cz — 8. 
Draper, Nemiah, I bx — i. 
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Smith, John, 3 ax, I bx; i az, i bz — 6. 

Munnett, William, 4 ax, 2 bx; 2 az, I bz — 9. 

Lester [Lister ?], Joshua, 5 ax, i bx; i az, i bz — 8. 

Stevens, Azell, 2 ax, i bx; i az, 2 bz — 6. 

Bredinge, John, i ax, 2 bx; 2 bz, i cz — 6. 

Smith, John, Sennr. 3 bx, i ex; i az, i bz, i cz — 7. 

"Solsboy," Ebenezar, i ax, i bx; 2 az, i bz — 5. 

"Solsboury," James, 4 ax, 2 bx; i az, 4 bz — 11. 

"Joness," William, 2 ax, i bx, i ex; 4 bz — 8. 

Simson, John, i ax, i bx; i az, 2 bz — 5. 

Allen, Preseller, 2 az, 2 bz — 4. 

Morgan, Elesebeth, i ax, i bx; 2 bz, i cz — 5. 

Hoobes, Elesebeth, i bx; i az, i cz — 3. 

Raws, James, i ax, i ex; i az, i cz — 4. 

Harriss, James, i ax, 2 bx; i az, I bz — 9. 

Smith, Joshua, 2 ax, 2 bx; 4 az, I bz — 9. 

Hignutt, Daniel, i ax, i bx; 3 az, i bz — 6. 

Towirs, James, 2 ax, I bx; 4 az, 3 bz — 10. 

Chilrood, John, 2 ax, i bx; 3 az, i bz — 7. 

Dillion, John, 6 ax, 2 bx; 2 az, 2 bz — 12. 

Foster, Joseph, i ax, 2 bx; 3 az, i bz — 7. 

Harriss, Elsibeth, i ax; 2 bz — 3. 

Shinnee, Peter, i bx; 2 bz — 3. 

Mathers, Rose, I az, 2 bz — 3. 

Solsboury, John, i ax, 3 bx; 2 az, i bz — 7. 

Solsboury, Oliie, 2 ax, i bx; i az, 2 bz — 6. 

Swegatt, James, 2 bx; i az, 2 bz — 5. 

Hamblton, Jamis, i ax, 2 bx; 2 az, i bz — 5. 

Collilis, Robt. I ax, I bx, i ex; 3 az, i bz, i ez — 8. 

Fisher, Abraham, i ax, i bx; 2 az, I bz — 5. 

Horney, James, i bx — i. 

Porter, Robert, Senr. 2 ax, i ex; i az, 2 bz, i ez — 7. 

Chafinch, John, 3 ax, i bx, i ex; 3 az, i bz — 9. 

Counton, Mary, 2 ax; 3 az, i bz — 6. 

Perrey, Mary, 2 ax, i bx; i az, i bz — 5. 

Howard, Joseph, 2 ax, i ex; 3 az, i bz — 7. 

Connelly, Jesa, i bx; i az, i bz, i ez — 4. 

Connely, William, i ax, I bx, i ex; i ez — 4. 

Rumbly, Smith, i ax, i bx; i bz — 3. 

Durell [Dunell?], Larrence, I ax, i bx; i az, i bz — 4. 

Smith, Thomas, i bx; i az, i bz — 3. 

Holbrook, Alaxandreo, 3 ax, i ex; i az, i bz — 6. 



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Hoobs, Leblun, 3 ax, i bx; 2 az, i bz — 7. 
Hornny, Jiffery, 3 bx, I ex; 2 az, i bz, 2 cz — 9. 
Withers, Arron, 2 ax, i bx; i bz — 4. 
Kinord, Richard, I bx; i bz — 2. 
Killey, Batt, i ax, i bx; i az, i bz — 4. 
Greene, Edward, 4 ax, 2 bx; 2 az, i bz — 9. 
Griffind, John, i ax, i bx; 3 az, 3 bz — 8. 
Withers, Solomon, i ax, i bx; i az, i bz — 4. 
Staford, John, 4 ax, 2 bx; I az, 2 bz — 9. 
Chaniee Richd. I bx; I bz — 2. 
Swegott, Henery, 4 ax, 3 bx; 3 az, 2 bz — 12. 
Richardson, John, 2 ax, i bx; 3 az, i bz — 7. 
Stevens, WilHam, 2 ax, i bx; 3 az, 2 bz — 8. 
Bushoope, Robart, 4 ax, i bx; i az, i bz — 7. 
Bushope, WilHam, 2 ax, i bx; i az, i bz, i cz — 6. 
Smith, Leaven, i bx; i az, 2 bz — 4. 
Moberey, Arron, i ax, i bx; 2 az, i bz — 5. 
Harriss, William, 2 ax, i bx; 5 az, 2 bz — 10. 
Ward, Mary, i bx; 2 bz, i cz — 4. 
Barwick, Margrett, i ax, 3 az, i bz — 5. 
Grenholt [?], Johnathan, 3 ax, i bx; i bz — 5. 
Marthers, Darby, i bx; i az, I bz — 3. 
Row, Thomas, i ax, 4 bx; 5 az, 2 bz — 12. 
Earvin, Emmillis, 2 ax; i az, i bz — 4. 
Parson, Edward, 3 ax, i bx; 2 az, 2 bz — 8. 
Baynard, Leavin, 2 ax, i bx; 2 az, i bz — 6. 
Cooper, Mark, 4 ax, 2 bx; 3 az, 3 bz — 12. 
Total 954. 

Owners of Blacks are grouped together, with the "a," "b," "c" classifi- 
cations in the original lists but only the totals are here given and designated 
as "N," thus: "21 n," meaning 21 blacks. 

Heads of Families: 

Driver, Mathew, i ax, 2 bx; 3 az — 6, and 21 n. 
Hindson, Charles, i ax, i ex; i az, 3 bz — 6, and 5 n. 
Driver, Christopher, i ax, 3 bx; i az, 2 bz, i cz — 8, and 7 n. 
Cook, Thomas, 3 ax, i bx, i ex; 4 az, 2 bz — 11, and 2 n. 
Baynard, Gedion, i ax, i bx, i ex; 5 az, 3 bz — 11, and i n. 
Dickson, Obadiah, i ax, I bx, i ex; 2 az, 2 bz, i ez — 8, and 10 n. 
Merrick, Isaac, 4 bx; i az, i bz — 6, and 3 n. 
Rich, Peter, 2 bx; 2 az, i bz — 5, and 6 n. 
Smith, Abigail, i ax; i bz, i cz — 3, and 6 n. 



84 MARYLAND RECORDS— CAROLINE COUNTY 

Smith, William, Junr. i ax, 2 bx; i az, i bz — 5, and 5 n. 

White, Cathrine, I cz — i, and i n. 

Roodes, Jeremiah, 6 ax, i bx; I az, i bz — 9, and 16 n. 

Lucais, John, i bx; 2 bz — 3, and 2 n. 

Poselwatte, Robet. 2 ax, I bx; i az, i bz — 5, and 3 n. 

Dixon, Benjmon, 2 ax, 3 bx; i az, i bz — 7, and i n. 

Rumbley, Jacob, 2 ax, i bx; 2 az, 3 bz, i cz — 9, and 7 n. 

Willson, Jonathan, 3 ax, i bx, i ex; 4 az, 2 bz — 11, and 3 n. 

Shaw, William, 3 ax, I bx, i ex; I az, 4 bz — 10, and 6 n. 

Barwick, Joshua, i ax, I bx; 2 bz — 4, and 3 n. 

Whitee, Samuel, i ax, I bx; 5 az, 2 bz — 9, and i n. 

Hughins, James, 2 ax, i bx; 3 az, i bz — 7, and 9 n. 

Stockley, George, I bx; 3 az, i bz — 5, and 11 n. 

Onell, Thomas, i bx; i az, i bz — 3, and i n. 

Clemmer, Francis, i bx; i bz — 2, and i n. 

Rumbley, Edger, 3 ax, i bx; 5 az, 3 bz — 12, and i n. 

Barwick, James, 4 ax, 3 bx; 2 az, 3 bz — 12, and I n. 

Cooper, John, I bx; i bz — 2, and 2 n. 

Hasleitt, William, i ax, 2 bx; 2 az, i bz — 6, and 3 n. 

Lucais, Michill, 6 ax, 2 bx; i az, 2 bz — il, and 6 n. 

Swording, Sarah, I ez — i, and i n. 

Garrner, Joseph, i ax, i bx; 2 bz — 4, and 4 n. 

Willson, Christopher, 3 ax, i bx; 2 az, i bz — 7, and i n. 

Willowbeey, Saml. i bx; 2 az, I bz — 4, and 3 n. 

Hinds, Daniel, 2 ax, 4 bx; I cz — 7, and 2 n. 

Dillehay, William, i bx; I az, i bz — 3, and i n. 

Founton, Thomas, I ax, 2 bx, i ex; i bz — 5, and i n. 

Cooben, William, i ax, i bx; 2 az, 2 bz — 6, and I n. 

Orrill, John [Onill, Onell?], 2 ax, i ex; i az, 2 bz — 6, and 6 n. 

Stevens, John, i ax, i bx, i ex; I az, 2 bz — 6, and 14 n. 

Vaulx, Ebennezer, I ex — i, and 2 n. 

White, John, 5 ax, i bx, i ex; 2 az, i bz — 10, and 12 n. 

Founton, Andrew, 3 ax, 3 bx; 3 az, I bz — 10, and 7 n. 

Founton, Merey, 2 bx, i ex; i cz — 4, and 12 n. 

Lecompt, James, 4 ax, 2 bx; 3 bz — 9, and 4 n. 

Lecompt, James, Senr. i ax, 4 bx, i ex; 2 bz — 8, and 5 n. 

Lecompt, Charles, 2 bx — 2, and i n. 

Juvel, William, i ax, i bx, i ex; i az, i bz, i cz — 6, and I n. 

Rich, William, 3 bx; 4 az, i bz — 8, and 3 n. 

Willson, John, i bx; 4 az, 2 bz — 7, and 5 n. 

Scoot, John, I bx; 4 az, 2 bz — 7, and 7 n. 

Scoot, James, i bx — i, and i n. 



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Baynard Thomas, [No age given] i, and 2 n. 
Wheatly, William, i ax, 2 bx; i az, i cz — 5, and 14 n. 
Dixon, Robert, [No age given] — i, and 3 n. 
Peterkin, James, i cz — 2 [Evidently i omitted], and 9 n. 
Stanton, Benson, i bx; i az, i bz — 3, and 25 n. 
Totals 330 and 954, "Whites 1287" and 291 n. 

Caroline County Scr. In Committee Jany. 6, 1777. 

Preston Goodwin being appointed by this Committee to Assertain the 
number of Inhabitants in Bridge Town Hundred, made Oath that the 
within and above List contains the whole of the Inhabitants in Hundred. 

Signed by Order, 
Benson Stanton, Cha". 



DORCHESTER COUNTY 



Dorchester County, Nantacoake Hundred, Census 
of 1776.* 

"List of Inhabitants in Nantacoake Hundred, Dorchester County, anno 
1776. No. 2033." t 

"a" means 10 years of age and under; "b" means 10 to 16; "c" means 
16 to 21; "d" means 21 to 30; " e " means 30 to 40 ; " f " means 40 to 50 ; 
"g" means 50 to 60; "h" means 60 to 70, "x" means white males; "z" 
means white females, and the prefixed figure means the number enumerated 
in the class indicated by the letter, thus "3 ax" means three males 10 
years and under, "2 cz" means two females 16 years to 21, "n" means 
"blacks." 

Heads of Families: 

Abet, Sarah, 2 ax, i az, i dz. 

Adams, Mcnamar, i ax, I az, i bz, I ex, i ez, i gz. 

Ackman, Phillep, 2 ax, 2 az, i bz, I ex, i ez. 

Abbet, Thomas, 2 ax, 2 bz, i cz, i ex, i ez. 

Angel, William, 2 bz, 2 cz, i ex, i ez. "Also White man from 70 to 80." 

Adkins, Rachel, i ax, 2 bx, i ez. 

* First Division of Dorchester County into Hundreds: 

The first pohtical divisions of Dorchester County were hundreds, of which there is no official 
record to be found of their boundary lines, but the locations of the hundreds are recognizable by 
their names. They were laid out prior to 1698 when there were few roads through the vast forests 
which were only bounded by creeks, streams and other bodies of water. 

The names of the hundreds were: 

1. Great Choptank Hundred. 

2. Nanticoke Hundred. 

3. Transquaking Hundred. 

4. Fishing Creek Hundred. 

5. Little Choptank Hundred. 

6. Hermitage (or Armitage) Hundred. 

7. Straits Hundred. 

8. Cambridge Hundred. 

These divisions of the county were recognized in the appointment of constables, road overseers 
and other district officials, but were not election districts. They were retained as county divisions 
until 1829 when the county was divided into eight election districts herein named." Hist, of 
Dorch. Co., — Elias Jones, 1902, pp. 142, 143. 

t This record consists of 5 sheets, 12 in. x 14H inches folded in the center and stitched together 
with an additional half sheet stitched to the side of the last sheet. The entire record is very 
yellow and worn and written upon both sides of the sheets. 

89 



90 MARYLAND RECORDS— DORCHESTER COUNTY 

Atter Son, Arter, 2 ax, 4 az, i dx, i dz, i ez, i fx. 

Adley, William, 2 az, i cz, i dz, i ex. 

Alexson, Alexander, 2 az, i bx, 2 bz, i cz, i dx, i fz, i gx. 

Browhon, Patrick, i ax, i az, i bz, I cz, i dz, i ex, 6 n. 

Bramble, Levina, 2 ax, i az, 2 bx, i bz, i ex,* i cz, i fz. 

Badley, Christopher, I az, i bx, i cz, i fz, gx. 

Badley, Richard, i dx, i dz. 

Baker, John, i ax, 2 z, i dx, i dz. 

Bonewill, Georg, i ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i ex, i ez, 4 n. 

Brown, Sarah, i ax, i az, 2 ez, 3 n. 

Ball, Precilla, i ax, 2 az, i bx, 2 bz, i ex, i ex, i fz, 25 n. 

Bonersill, M'keel, 2 az, i dx, i dz. 

Bestpitch, William, i ax, i az, i ex, i ez. 

Bramble, Edmon, i az, I bx, i bz, I ex, i fz, i gx. 

Blesset, William, i az, i bx, i ex, i fz, i gz. 

Bancks, Ann, i ax, 3 n. 

Broks, Sarah, i ax, 2 az, 3 bz, i dz, i gz, 9 n. 

Beard, John, i bx, i bz, 2 dz, i hx, i hz, 8 n. 

Batey, Benjamin ("lived in Somerset"), i ex, i ex. 

Beard, Thomas, I ax, 2 az, i bx, i bz, i cz, i ez, i fx, 3 n. 

Beard, John, i ax, i az, i cz, i dz, i ex, i n. 

Bestpitch, Levin, 3 ax, i bx, 2 bz, I ex, I ez, 4 n. 

Brown, Georg, 2 ax, 3 az, I bz, I ex, i dz, i fx, 2 n. 

Badley, Ezekel, 3 ax, i az, i bz, I ex, i ez. 

Beard, Georg, i cz, i dx. 

Ball, Benjamin, 3 az, i bz, i ex, i dz, i ez, i fx, 12 n. 

Cantar, Isaac, 2 ax, i dx, i dz. 

Cohon, Peter, i az, cz, i dx. 

Cammel, Zacharas, i ax, 4 az, i ex, i ex, 2 ez, 13 n. 

Canter, Sarah, i bx, i dx, i gx. 

Cook, Elesabeth, i bx, i bz, i dx, i ez, i n. 

Craft, Charles Levi, i ax, i dx, i dz, 2 n. 

Coap, Jonathan, i ax, 2 az, i cz, i dz, i ex, i fz. 

Clark, James, I az, i dx, i ez. 

Callendar, William, i cz, i dx. 

Craft, chads John, i ax, I ex, i ez. 

Coap, Mar>', 2 ax, i az, 2 bx, 2 bz, i dx, i gz. 

Coap, John, i bx, 2 bz, 2 cz, i fx. 

Cox, Joseph, I ax, 3 az, i bz, i ex, i gz. 

Cane, Sarah, i ax, i az, i bx, i cz, I dz, i gz. 

Church, Abraham, 2 n. 

* "Lived to Isaac Canter." 



NANTACOAKE HUNDRED 91 

Coap, Joseph, 2 az, i bx, i dx, i fx. 

Craft, charls John, 2 ax, i bx, I cz, I ex, i ez, i n. 

Craft, charls, John, Senr. i bx, i ez, i hx, i n. 

Craft, charls Thomas, i ax, I az, i cz, i dz. 

Craft, Aleas, 3 ax, i bz, I ez. 

Craft, Jonathan, i dz, i ex. 

Craft, Sarah, i ex, i gz. 

Cook , "a black man no to 115." 

Dorroty, Ezekel, i ax, 3 az, i bz, i cz, i dz, i fx. 

Dudney, Aleas, i az, i bx, 2 bz, i ex, i ez. 

Dudney, Mary, 4 ax, 3 az, i ex, i ez, i hz. 

Deen, Charls, I dx, "love free." 

Deen, Henry, I az, i dx, i dz. 

Daffin, Joseph, 20 n. 

Daniel, John, Senr. 2 ax, I az, i cz, i dz, i gx. 

Daniel, John, i ax, i dx, l dz, 2 n. 

Elett, John, 2 ax, 3 az, i bx, I ez, i gx, 15 n. 

EUett, Thomas, 4 ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i fz, i gx. 

Elburd, William, i ez, 7 n. 

Evins, Mary, i ax, i az, l bx, i bz, i dz. 

Ellett, Thomas, 3 az, 2 bz, i ex, i ez, i n. 

Evins, fisher Henry, i az, I cz, i dx, i gx. 

Ellett, John, 4 ax, i az, i bz, i dz, i ex, i ez, 3 n. 

Ennales, Henry 27 n. 

Furrough, Jesse i n [Black man 21 to 30]. 

Fisher, John, i az, i dx, i dz. 

Foster, Elesabeth, i ax, i bz, i ez, and " i white woman 70 to 80." 

Gambell, Sarah, i bx, 2 bz, 2 cz, i fz. 

Green, Richard, i ax, i dz, i ex. 

Goute, Shadrick, 2 ax, 2 az, i bx, i dx, 2 ez, 4 n. 

Goute, Sophiah, I ax, i az, i dz. 

Griffen, Joseph, 2 dx, 2 dz, 17 n. 

Gardif, Christopher, i ax, 4 az, 2 bx, I cz, i ez, I hx, 2 n. 

Goute, George, i ax, 3 az, i ex, i dx, i dz. 

Gordon, James, 2 ax, i ex, i cz, i dx, i dz, 4 n. 

Gray, Archable, i az, i dx, i dz. 

Grinnan, Ann, 3 ax, i az, i ez. 

Grayham, John, 3 ax, i az, 2 bx, i bz, i ex, i ez. 

Gambell, John, 2 ax, i ex, I fz. 

Harper, John, 2 ax, 2 bz, I ex, i cz, i dx, i fx, I fz, 2 n. 

Harper, Ezekel, 2 ax, 3 az, 2 bz, i ex, i ez, I fx, 5 n. 

Hodson, Thomas, 3 ax, i az, i bx, 2 bz, i cz, i dx, i fx, i fz, 7 n. 



92 MARYLAND RECORDS— DORCHESTER COUNTY 

Hodson, Ann, 3 az, 3 bz, 2 ez, 2 n. 

Hambleton, Mary, i ax, i az, I bx, I fz, 3 n. 

Hambleton, Lilley 4 n. 

Hicks, Thomas, i ax, 2 bx, i ex, 2 cz, i fx, i fz, 17 n. 

Hicks, Mary, 2 ax, i ez, i gz, 13 n. 

Holland, Rasmis, i ax, 3 az, i dz, and " i white woman 70 to 80." 

Hincks, Thomas, 2 ax, 2 az, i bx, i bz, i dz, i ex, i ez, i fx, 2 n. 

Hicks, Tabitha, i ax, i ez. 

Higgins, Sarah, I ax, 3 bx, i cz, i fz. 

Hughs, Precilla, 2 az, i bz, I cz, 2 ez. 

Hopkins, John, i az, i dz, i ex, 3 n. 

Harvey, William, 3 ax, i dx, i dz. 

Hust, Samuel, I az, I bz, i dz, i ex. 

Hust, Archabel, 3 ax, 2 az, i bx, i bz, i dz, i ex. 

Hurley, Edward, i bx, I bz, 2 fz, i hx. 

Hust, James, 2 ax, i az, 2 bx, 3 cz, I ex, i ez. 

Hubbart, Humphra, i ax, i az, i bz, i dz, i fz, i hx. 

Hoppar, Henry, 1 1 n. 

Hughs, James, " i black man 40 to 50." 

Henry, John, i az, 3 bx, 2 bz, i ex, i ez, i dx, i dz, i gx, 2 gz, 55 n. 

Hammon, William, i ez, i fx. 

Hughs, Edmon, 2 ax, 2 az, I ex, i cz, i dx, i fz, i gx. 

Horsman, John, i ax, I az, i bx, i bz, i fz, i gx. 

Horsman, Luke, 2 ax, 2 az, i bx, I bz, i fz, i gx. 

Hurley, Mathew, i ax, 2 az, i bz, i dz, i fx. 

Hurley, "Jan" [John?], i ax, i bx, i ez. 

Hurley, Jacob, i ax, 2 az, i bx, i dz, i ez. 

Hugins, Hezekiah, 3 az, i bx, i dz, I ez. 

Hurley, Moses, I cz, i dx. 

Hurley, Sophiah, i dz, i ez, i gz, 2 n. 

Hurley, John, 2 ax, 2 az, 3 bx, i cz, l ez, i gx, 3 n. 

Horsman, Henry,* i ax, i bx, I ez, i fz. 

Hurley, Durbey, 2 ax, 3 bx, I fz, i gx. 

Hurley, John, 3 az, 2 bx, 2 ez, i fx, I n. 

Hurley, Thomas, i ax, i bx, i dx, i dz. 

Hurley, Elijah, 4 ax, i az, i ex, i ez. 

Hollan, Connar, i cz, i dx. 

Hollan, Michal, 2 bx, i dz, i gx, i gz. 

Hughe, John, i fx. 

Harper, David, 2 az, i bx, 2 bz, i cz, i ez, i fx, 7 n. 

* Also "White woman 70 to 80." "White woman 80 to 90." The second entry may perhaps 
apply to Henry Durbin, but the position seems to favor the Henry Horsman, family. G. M. B. 



NANTACOAKE HUNDRED 93 

Hust, Joseph, I dx. 

Huffington, John, i ex, i ez. 

Hurley, Constantine, 2 ax, i az, i cz, i ex. 

Haddan, Larance, cz ("with one leg of") [Enumerated twice, G. M. B]. 

HoUan, Connar, i cz, i dx. 

HoUan, Michal, 2 bx, i dz, i gx, i gz. 

Hughe, John, i fx. 

Harper, David, 2 az, i bx, 2 bz, i cz, I ez, I fx, 7 n. 

Hust, Joseph, I dx. 

Huffington, John, i ex, i ez. 

Hurley, Constantine, 2 ax, i az, i cz, 1 ex. 

Jones, WiUiam, i ax, 2 az, 2 bx, l cz, i dx, i ez, i fz, I gx, 3 n. 

Jones, Levin, i ax, 3 az, 2 bx, i cz, i dz, i ez, i fx, 8 n. 

Jones, Mary, i ax, i az, i dz. 

Jones, Levin, 2 ax, I bx, i bz, I cz, i dx, I ex, i ez. 

Jones, Sarah, 3 az, I ez. 

Johnson, Joseph, i bx, 2 bz, i cz, i fz, i hz, 5 n. 

Jones, James, 2 ax, 3 az, 3 bx, i bz, i ex, I ex, i ez, 4 n. 

Jones, William, I ax, i az, I dx, i dz. 

Johnson, Nathan, 2 az, i ex, I ex, i fz, I n. 

Jones, William, 4 ax, i az, l cz, i dx, i ez, i fx. 

Jones, Levin, I cz, i dx. 

Jones, Isaac, 2 az, i bx, i cz, i dx, i dz. 

Jones, Frances, i az, i bx, l cz, i dx, i dz. 

Kirkman, Levin, 3 ax, I az, i dz, i ex, 10 n. 

Kirkman, Georg, i fx, I hx, 9 n. 

Kirkman, Elisha, i az, I dx, i dz. 

Kimmey, Henry, 3 ax, 2 az, i dz, i gx. 

Killener, John, 2 bx, I ex, i ez. 

Lewis, Glod, i ax, i ex, i ex, i ez. 

Langfitt, Frances, I az, i bx, i ex, i cz, I gz, i hx. 

Lines, Cornelus, I az, i dx, i dz. 

Langfitt, Jarvis, I bx, i dx, i ez. 

Langfitt, William, 2 cz, i hz, 7 n, also " i white man 70 to 80." 

Langfitt, John, 2 ax, i az, i bz, i cz, i dx, i gz, 10 n. 

Langfitt, Levin, i az, i bx, i bz, i cz, i dx, i dz. 

Lewis, Levin, i ax, I ex, i dx, i dz, i fx, i fz, i n. 

Langurl, William, i ax, i az, i bx, i ex, 2 dz, i ex, 4 n. 

Lingart, James, I ex, i gz, also "i white man 80 to 90." 

Lingurl, William, 3 ax, i ex, i cz, i ex, i ez. 

Laton, James, i ax, 2 az, 2 bx, i bz, i dz, i ex, 11 n. 

Laton, Daniel, 4 az, i ex, i dx, i dz, i n. 



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McCallester, William, i ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i cz, i ex, i fx, i fz. 

McCallester, Easter, I az, i dz. 

McCallester, Sarah, I ax, i ez. 

Marcy, Mary, i ax, i dz, 2 n. 

Minish, Elesabeth, 3 ax, I az, I bx, i bz, i ex, i cz, I dx, i fz. 

Muir, James, i ax, i bz, i ex, i ez, i dx, i fx, i fz, 17 n. 

McBrid, Hugh, 3 dx, I ex, i ez, i fx "lived in sumerset," 7 n. 

Mears, Fisher, 3 ax, I bx, i ex, I ez. 

Miars, John, i az, i bx, i bz, i cz, i dx. 

Marign, Angel, 5 ax, i bz, i ex, i fz, I n. 

McKell, Thomas, i dz, i ex, 5 n. 

Moor, Elijah, i ax, 3 az, i bx, i dx, i dz. 

McCallester, John, i bx, i ex, i cz, i ez, i fx, i hz. 

McCallester, Andrew, i ax, 2 az, I bx, 2 bz, i ex, I ez, i ex, I ez. 

Messack, James, 2 ax, i bx, 2 cz. 

McCallster, Alceabeth, i bz, 2 ex, i gz. 

Morgan, William, i ax, 3 az, 2 bx, 3 bz, 2 dx, i ez, i fx, 3 n. 

Muir, Charls, 2 ax, I az, i bx, I bz, i dz, i ez, I fx, 29 n.* 

Major, Levin, 2 ax, I az, I dz, i ex. 

McCrary, Sarah, i ax, i az, i bx, i ex, i cz, i gz. 

Moor, Thomas, I ax, i dx, i dz "lived in Somer Set." 

Meddis, Thomas, 2 ax, i az, i bx, l dz, I ez. 

Millar, Sarah, i az, i bz, I fz. 

McCoUester, Tabtha, i ax, i az, i bx, i ez. 

Mabra, John, i dx "arised — enter in Quens ans." 

Norman, Christophar, 2 ax, i az, i bz, i cz, i ez, I hx. 

Neel, James, 2 az, I dz, i ex. 

Oram, Levi, 2 ax, 2 az, I bx, 2 dz, I ex, i n. 

Philleps, John, I ax, i az, i bx, i cz, I dx, i dz, i n. 

Phillips, William, i dx, i dz. 

Parris, Comfort, I ax, i bz, i fz, 2 n. 

Parrish, John, 4 az, i dx, i dz. 

Pely, William, 2 ax, i dz, i ex. 

Roberson, John, i ax, i dx, i dz. 

Rawley, James, 2 ax, i az, i cz, i dx, i dz. 

Rawley, James, 2 ax, i cz, i dx. 

Richards, Ann, 2 bx, I bz, I ex, I ez, i gz, i n. 

Ragg, Andrew, i az, i bz, I ex, i ex, 5 n. 

Regin, Tabitha, i ax, i dz. 

Rawley, John, 2 ax, i bz, i ex, i ez. 

Riggin, Edward, I ax, i ex, i dx, i dz, i n. 

* "Of these I is blind and i love free." 



NANTACOAKE HUNDRED 95 

Rawley, James, i az, i bx, i fx, i fz. 

Reed, Joshua, I ax, i ex, i dx, I dz. 

Staintors, Thomas, i ax, 2 az, 4 bx, i ex, I ez, 5 n. 

Stoaks, Vollintin, 3 ax, 2 az, 2 bx, i fz, i gx. 

Stinson, Samuel, 3 az, 2 bx, I ex, i fz. 

Shaw, James, 2 ax, 2 dx, i dz, i fz, 4 n. 

Sandars, John, i ez, 4 n. 

Staton, Jacob, 2 ax, 2 az, 2 bx, i bz, i ex, i ez, 2 n. 

Sweeting, Richard, i dx. 

Sasorson, Daniel, i ax, 2 az, I cz, i dz, i fx. 

Sturd, James, i ax, i bz, i ez, i fx. 

Sward, Peter, I ax, i bz, I cz, i ex, i fz. 

Sturd, James, i az, i ex, i ez, i n. 

Steele, Henry, 2 ax, i az, i bx, i ex, i fx, i fz, 91 n. 

Sackel, John, 2 ax, 2 az, I dx, i ex, i ez, I n. 

Shanks, Abner, 2 ax, i az, i bx, i ez, i fx. 

Sulivan, Nicll. 2 ax, 2 bx, I ez. 

Sears, Peter, i ax, i az, I ex, i cz, i ez, i fx, 4 n. 

Travers, Hicks John, 2 ax, I bx, i fx, 9 n. 

Tickel, William, i az, 2 bx, 2 bz, i dz, I gx, I gz. 

Tickel fletcher David, I az, i dx, i dz. 

Tanar, batson Vinson, i ax, i az, i dz, I ex. 

Thompson, Edwards, 2 ax, i az, i cz, 3 ez, i fx, 6 n. 

Travers, Levin, 4 n. 

Tilghman, Elijah 4 n. 

Tommas, John, i bz, i cz, i fx, i fz. 

Travers, Matthew, 4 ax, 3 az, i bx, i bz, i ez, i gx. 

Thompson, Joseph, i ax, i ex, I cz, i ez, i fx, 2 n. 

Thompson, Nickels John, 2 ax, i bx, i n. 

Talor [Tabor?3| James, i ez, I dx, i dz, i n. 

Tommas, Elesabeth, i ex, i gz. 

Tommas, Joseph, i ax, i dx, i dz. 

Viekars, Soloman, 3 dx, i ez, i hz. 

Vain, Henry, i ax, 2 az, i bx, 3 bz, i cz, i ez, I gx. 

Vinson, John, 2 az, i bz, i dx, i dz. 

Wallas, John, i bz, i hx, i hz, also "white woman 80/90." 

Wallas, William, 3 az, i dx, i dz, i ez. 

Windon, Charles, 3 ax, 3 az, i bz, i ex, i ez, i fx, i hz. 

Woodards, Benjamin, i bz, i dz, i ex. 

Wheelar, John, i ax, i az, i bx, 2 ez, i dz, i gx. 

William, Levin, 4 az, i bx, i bz, i ex, 4 ez, I fx. 

Willcox, Michal, i ax, 3 az, i bx, i cz, i dz, i ex, i fz. 



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Whalend, Jan [Jon?], i bx, i ex, i cz, i gz, 8 n. 

Wille, Pritch, 2 ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i dx, 2 dz, i ex, 5 n. 

White, John, i dx, i dz, 6 n. 

Winget, Zebulon, i ax, i bz, i dx, i dz, i hz, 3 n. 

Walter, Daniel, I ax, 4 az, 2 bx, 2 bz, i dz, i ex, i hz. 

White, Sarah, i ax, i az, I bz, i dz, I gz, 12 n. 

Webster, Catron, i ax, I bx, 2 bz, i ez. 

Williams, Robert, i ax, i bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, i cz, i fz, i gx, i gz. 

Williams, Thomas, i dx. 

White, Mary, i az, i bx, i ex, i cz, i gz, 5 n. 

White, Thomas, i bz, i dx. 

White, John, 2 ax, i az, i dz, i fx. 

Wale, John, 2 ax, i dx, i dz. 

Winwright, Evins, i ax, 3 az, I bz, i ex, i ez, i hx ("White man 70/80"). 

Heads of Families [Summary] : * 

246 ax, 242 az, 131 bx, 113 bz, 48 ex, 86 ez, 87 dx, 102 dz, 68 ex, 98 ez, 
39 fx, 41 fz, 18 gx, 25 gz, 13 hx, 9 hz, 638 n. Also enumerated: From 70 
to 80 6 white men i white woman. From 80 to 90 2 white men and 3 
blacks. One black man II o/i 1 5. 

Dorchester County S". Sep'^ 16"', 1776, Personally appeared Peter 
Sears before the Committee of Observation for the County aforesaid & 
made Oath on the Holy Evangels of Almighty God that the aforegoing is 
a true & perfect List to the best of his Knowledge of the Number of the 
Inhabitants of Nantacoake Hundred in the County and so fair forth as 
was in his power to obtain. 

Signed P order of the afs''. Committee. 
Jn". C. Harrison Clk. 



STBIAIGHT'S HUNDRED 97 

Dorchester County, Straight's Hundred, Census of 

1776. 

"A List of the inhabitants in Straights Hundred in Dorchester County 
in the year one Thousand Seven Hundred and Seventy Six" — 1324 
Persons. 

This Census is written upon a continuous sheet 5 feet long by 13V2 inches 
wide. The numbers of blacks are given in each division but are here 
omitted. 

"a" means " 10 years of age and under"; "b" means "From 10 to 16"; 
"c" means "From 16 to 21 "; "d" means "From 21 to 30"; "e" means 
"From 30 to 40"; "f" means "From 40 to 50"; "g" means "From 50 
years of age and upwards " ; " x " means ' ' White Boys' ' or " White Men ' ' ; 
"z" means "White Girls" or "White Women;" "n" means "Blacks;" 
I ax means i white boy 10 years or under, etc. 

Heads of Families: 

Mookin, Mark, i ax, i bx, i cz, i dx, i ez. 
Mookin, Mary, 2 ax, i az, i ez. 
Johnson, Ezekie, 2 ax, i cz, i dx. 
Johnson, William, 3 ax, 3 az, 2 bx, i ex, i ez. 
Wells, John, l dz, i fx. 
Tigner, William, i ex. 

Griffith, Lewes, I ax, 3 az, i bx, i ex, 2 cz, i fx, i fz. 
Foxwell, John, 3 ax, i az, i dz. 
Hart, Levin, i ax, i ex, i cz. 
Woodling, John, 3 ax, i bz, i dx, i dz. 
Holmes, John, i ax, 2 az, 2 bx, i bz, 2 ex, i dx, i ez. 
Woodling [}~\ Richard, 2 ax, 2 az, 3 bz, I ex, I ez. 
Coward, John, 2 ax, i az, i dz, I fx. 
Pearson, Edward, i ax, 2 az, i dx, i dz. 
Tyler, David, 3 ax, I bz, I cz, i dx, i dz. 
Johnson, James, i ax, i az, i ex, i ez. 
Foxwell, Rachel, I bz, I ex, i cz, i dz, i gx, i gz. 
Foxwell, Eliz*. i gx, i gz. 
Hughs, James, i ax, 2 az, l dx, i ez. 
Tyler, John, i bx, 3 bz, l dz, i gx. 
Carman, John, i bz, I dz, i gx. 
Graham, Charles, I ax, i ex, i cz, i dx, i dz. 
M. Nemara, John, i ax, i bx, 2 bz, i ex, I cz, i dx, i gx. 
Barkley, James, i az, i bx, i ex, i dx, i dz. 
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Merideth, William, i cz, i dx, i gx, i gz. 

Merideth, John, 2 ax, 1 bx, 2 bz, i ex, i ez, i fx. 

Merideth, Rebecca, i ax, 2 az, i dx, i dz. 

Stariing, Elijah, i ax, I bx, I bz, i ex, i ez. 

Wootten, Thomas, l dx, i ex, i gx, i gz. 

Wootten, Hager, 3 az, i bx, i bz, i ex, i ez. 

Adames, Salathal, i ax, 2 az, i dz, i ex. 

Wootten, Prissilla, i bz, I dx, i dz. 

Stariing, Henry, i cz, i dx, i gx. 

Woodling, John, i ax, i az, i dx, i gx. 

Todd, John, 2 ax, 2 az, i cz, i dz, i ex. 

Woodling, Solomon, 3 ax, I bx, 2 bz, i ex, i ez. 

Misler, Abraham, i bx, i ex, i cz, i gx, i gz. 

Parks, John, 3 ax, 2 az, 2 bx, 2 cz, i dx, i fz, i gx. 

Adames, Thomas, 2 ax, 3 az, i dz, i ex. 

Whitley, Thomas, i ax, 2 az, 2 bx, I bz, i ex, i fx. 

Wootten, Thos. 3 ax, i az, i bx, i ex, i cz, i dx, i fz, i gx. 

Wootten, Priss, 2 ax, 2 az, i cz, i dx. 

Adames, Thos. i ax, 2 az, i bx, i ex, i dz, i gx, i gz. 

Parks, John, 2 ax, i dx, i dz. 

Shorter, William, 2 ax, 2 az, i dz, i ex. 

Mesick, John, 2 ax, 3 az, i bx, i bz, i gx, i gz. 

Lake, Henry, 3 ax, 2 az, i bz, i ex, i ez. 

Whitley, Bridget, I ax, i az, i bx, I dz, i ex, 4 ez, i fz, i gx. 

Paul, Jacob, 2 ax, i az, i fx, i fz. 

Adames, Peter, i cz, i dx. 

Insley, Bettey, i ex, i dx, i gz. 

Paul, Mary, gz. 

Simpson, Peter, i gx. 

Wootton, Prissillah, i az, i dz, i ex, i ez. 

Wootton, Mary, i ax, 2 az, i dx, i dz. 

Ross, Robert, 2 bx, i ex, i cz, I gz. 

Ross, Thomas, 2 ax, 3 az, i bx, 2 bz, i cz, i ex, i fx, i fz. 

Wingate, Angelo, i ax, i bx, i fz, i gx. 

Andrews, Joseph, 5 ax, i az, 2 bx, i ex, i ez, i fx. 

Shors, Sarah, i ax, i dz. 

Wildey, MoUey, i ax, i az, i ex, i dz, i ex, i ez, i gx. 

Todd, Benjamin, 2 ax, i bx, 2 ex, i cz, 2 dx, I ex, i fx, i fz, i gz. 

Todd, David, i fx, I gz. 

Drane, Sarah, i fz, i gz. 

Sanders, Levin, 2 ax, i az, i dz, I fx, i gz. 

Insley, Vallintine, 2 ax, 2 az, 3 bx, i ex, i fz, i gx. 



STR.\IGHT'S HUNDRED 99 

Todd, Michael, 2 ax, 2 az, i bz, i fx. 

Scott, Robert, I ax, i bx, i cz, I dx, i dz, i fz, i gx. 

Wingate, Molley, i ax, i bz, 2 cz, i dx, i dz, i fz, i gx. 

Wingate, John, 2 ax, 2 az, l ex, l ez. 

Wingate, William, 2 bz, i dx, i ez, i gx. 

Wingate, Robert, i az, i ez, i gx. 

McNamara, Timothey, 3 ax, i az, i dx, i dz. 

Lewas, Shadrick, i ax, i cz, i dx, i dz. 

Insley, Jacob, i ax, 4 az, i bx, i ex, i ez, l gx. 

Tobb, Job, 2 ax, 2 az, i bz, i dz, i ex. 

Todd, Jonathan, i bx, i dx, i gz. 

Moore, Thomas, i bx, i cz, i dx, i gz. 

Robinson, John, i ax, i ex. 

Robinson, Andrew, i ax, 2 az, i cz, 2 dx, i gx, i gz. 

Robinson, Lake, i ax, 4 az, i bz, i cz, i ez, i fx. 

Cannon, Bettey, i cz, I dx, i fz, i gx. 

Johnson, Levi, 2 ax, i az, i dz, i ex. 

Cannon, Susannah, i ax, i dx, i dz. 

Robinson, Molley, i dx, i dz, i gx. 

Jones, Jacob, 4 ax, i dz, i ex, i ez, i gx. 

McNamara, Levin, 2 ax, i cz, i dx. 

Bramble, John, i ax, i az, i dz, i ex. 

Bramble, Lewis, i bz, i ex, 3 dx, i ex, I gx, i gz. 

Johnson, Henry, i az, i bx, i ez, i fz, I gx. 

Cannon, James, 2 ax, 3 az, i ex, i dx, I ex, 

Cannon, William, i az, bx, 2 bz, i ex, 2 dz. 

Cannon, Elizabeth, i bx, 2 bz, 2 cz, 4 dz, i 

Tyler, John, i ax, 3 az, i dz, i ex. 

Todd, Jobe, i ax, 2 bz, l dx, l ez, I fx. 

Pritchett, Zebulon, 2 ax, I dx, i dz. 

Rumble, John, i bz, i ex, i dx, i fz, i gx. 

Follen, Daniel, i ax, 5 az, i dz, i ex, i gz. 

Pritchett, Thomas, 2 ax, i az, 2 dz, i ex. 

Pritchett, Jabis, i cz, i ex. 

Horner, Moses, i ax, i az, i bx, 2 bz, i ex, I dx, i dz, I fz, i gx. 

Cope, Sarah, 4 ax, 2 az, 6 bx, 2 bz, 3 ez, 3 dx, 4 dz, 2 ex, i fx, i fz, 2 gx, 

2 gz. 
Whaland, Joseph, i ax, i az, i bz, i dz, i ex, i fz, i gx. 
Hopkins, William, i ez, i dz, i gx, i gz. 
Rumble, John, 2 ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i ex, i dz, i fx. 
Willen, Levi, I ax, 3 az, I dx, 2 dz. 
Johnson, Henry, I az, i dx, I dz. 



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Murphey, John, i ax, i az, i bz, i ex, i fx, i fz. 

Bloodsworth, Robert, I ax, i az, i cz, i dx, i ex. 

Pritchett, Arthur, 4 ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i cz, i fx, i gz. 

Willson, Jobe, i ax, 2 az, 2 bx, i dz, i ex. 

Follen, Barnebay, I ax, 2 dx, i dz, i gx. 

McNemara, John, 2 ax, i dz, i ex, i fz. 

Insley, Bettey, 5 az, i ex, i ez. 

Deane, James, i az, i cz, i ex. 

Deane, Henry, i az, I bx, 2 bz, i ex, i cz, I fx. 

Hart, Naboth, 2 ax, 2 az, 2 bx, i ex, i ez, i fz, i gz. 

Insley, Gabril, I bx, i ex, i dx. 

Insley, Jos. i ax, i bx, i bz, 2 ex. 

Foxwell, Levi, i az, i dx, i dz. 

Street, Thomas, i ax, i az, i dx, I dz. 

Foxwell, Roger, 4 ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i ex, i ez. 

Hart, Henry, i ax, i bx, i ex, I ez, i ez. 

Insley, Andrew, i bx, i dx, I dz, i ez, i gx. 

Andrews, Isaac, I az, 3 bz, 2 ex, i fx. 

Andrews, Keziah, i az, i bz, i cz, I dx. 

Willey, Nelley, i ax, 2 az, i bx, i ez. 

Willey, Jeane, 2 ax, 4 az, 2 bx, i ex, i ez. 

Farguson, Bettey, I az, i dz. 

Andrews, Nathal, i bx, 3 ez, i fx, I gx. 

Willey, Indey, i ax, 2 az, i ex, i dz, i ex, i gz. 

Andrews, Rubin, i ex, i cz, I dx. 

Willey, William, 3 ax, 2 bx, i cz, i dx, i gz. 

Insley, Elizabeth, i ez. 

Phillips, Rachel, 2 az, i ez. 

Moore, Susannah, 2 ax, 3 az, 2 bz, I ez, i gx. 

Smith, John, i ax, 2 az, i ex, I ez. 

Smith, Arthur, i ax, i bx, I gx, i gz. 

Mookins, Ezekiel, 2 ax, i dx, i dz. 

Hart, Arthur, i ax, i bz, 2 dx, i dz. 

Moors, Samuel, i ax, i ex, i dx, i dz. 

Smith, William, i ax, i bx, i bz, I ex. 

Willey, Ezekiel, i ax, i az, I bx, i bz, i ex, i cz, i fx, i fz. 

Sharom [_?2* George, I fx, i fz, I gx, i gz. 

Deane, Richard, 2 ax, 2 az, i bz, i ex, l ez. 

Sharom [?],* Job, 2 ax, I bx, i bz, 3 ex, i cz, I dx, i dz, i fz, i gx. 

Phillips, Jeane, 2 az, 2 bx, i bz, I ez. 

Gootee, John, 3 bz, i ex, l dx, i ez, i gx. 

* Sharom, Racom, Slacom [?] — indistinct. 



STRAIGHT'S HUNDRED i 

Denike, Samuel, 2 ax, i az, i dz, i ex. 

Gootee, Andrew, 4 ax, I bx, I dx, i dz, i ex, i gz. 

Cole, Rachel, i az, l dz, 2 ex. 

Booze, George, i az, 2 bx, i bz, i gz. 

Bramble, Adam, i cz. 

Booz George, i gx. 

McGraw, John, 2 az, i bx, i ex, i ez. 

Cole, Diannah, 2 ax, i bz, i cz, i ez, i gz. 

Paul, Charles, i ax, i cz, I dx, i dz. 

Wootten, John, 3 az, i ex, i ez. 

Whitley, David, i ax, i az, i dz, i ex, i gz. 

Bramble, Bettey, i az, i bz. 

Buley, Stephen [no enumeration]. 

Edger, John, i ax, i az, i bx, 2 bz, i dx, i ez. 

Edger, James, i ax, i az, i bz, i dz, i ex. 

Insley, Solomon, i ax, i az, i dx, i dz. 

Greenlief, James, i az, i dz, i fx. 

Edger, James, 2 ax, 2 az, i bz, i dz, i ex. 

Edger, William, I ax, 2 az, i bz, i dx, I dz, i ex. 

Edger, Mary, i bx, i bz, I ez, I fx, I gz. 

Bramble, John, i ax, i az, 2 bx, i cz, i ez, i fx. 

Deane, Bettey, I az, I bx, I gz. 

Booz, James, i ex, I cz, i dx. 

Farguson, Molley, i ax, 2 az, i dz. 

Deane, Uriah, i bz, i cz, i dz, i ez, i gz. [No male enumerated]. 

Reed or Rood [?], William, i ax, i dx, i dz. 

Wingate, John, i gx, i gz. 

Wingate, James, I ax, 4 az, i bx, i ex, i ez. 

Todd, Jabis, i ax, i dx, i dz. 

Wingate, John, i bx. 

Carwan, Thomas, [No enumeration]. 

Barns, Thomas, 2 ax, 2 az, bx. 

Davis, James, i ax, 2 az, i dz, i ex, i fx. 

Woodling, Richard, 2 ax, i az, i bz, i cz, i ex, i ez. 

Paul, Lewis G. i az, i cz, i dz, i ez, i fx. 

Tyler, John, i ax, i bz, i dz, I ex, I ez. 

Hall, Joseph, 2 ax, 2 az, i bz, i dz, I ez. 

Wallace, Richard, i ax, i az, i ex, i ez. 

Wootten, Aquiloe, I ax, 2 az, i dz. 

Wallace, Rhode, i dz, i gz. 

Hayard, Allen, 3 ax, i ex, i ez. 

Clarkinson, Joseph, 2 ax, i bx, 3 bz, i cz, i dx, I ex, I ez, i gx. 

Booth, hn, i az, i dx, i dz, i gx. 



102 MARYLAND RECORDS— DORCHESTER COUNTY 

701 ax, 102 az, 83 bx, 82 bz, 46 ex, 62 cz, 80 dx, 92 dz, e , 29 fx, 26 fz, 

46 gx, 44 gz. No Whites 1099, No Blacks 225, No the Hole 1324. 

Dorchester County SS. September 16, 1776 personalley Appeared 
Charles Sapleport (?) before the Committee of Observation for the 
County afs<*. and Made Oath on the Holey Evangeles of Almighty god 
that the aforegoing is a True and perfect List to the best of his Knowledge 
of the Number of the inhabitants of Straights Hundred in the County 

afs"*. so far as was in his power to Obtain. 

Signed per order of the afs'^. Committee 
John C. Harrison Clk. 



Dorchester County, Transquakin Hundred, Census 

of I 776 

"List of Inhabitants in Transquakin Hundred, Dorchester County, 
Anno 1776. No. 2897" — 315 "Heads of Families." * 

"a" means 10 years of age and under; "b" means 10 to 16; "c" 
means 16 to 21; "d" means 21 to 30; " e " means 30 to 40 ; "f" means 40 
to 50; "g" means 50 and upwards; "x" means males; "z" means 
females; "n" means "blacks." 

Heads of Families: 

Hooper, Henry, 2 d. 1 dx, i fx, i fz; 22 n. 

Bromajim, John, i ax, i az, i bx, 2 bz, i ex, i ez; 5 n. 

Hooper, Henry, Genrl. i bz, i ex, i cz, 2 dx, 2 ez, i gx, i gz; 59 n. 

Pitt, Thomas, i ax, I az, i bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, i dz, i ez, i fx; 11 n. 

Burk, Mary, i ez, i gz. 

Lamb, John, i ax, 2 az, i bx, i ex, i dz, i ex; in. 

Mills, James, 2 ax, i bx, i bz, i ez, i dz, i ez, i fx; 2 n. 

Wheelar, Mary, 3 cix, i az, i ez. 

Smith, Nicolas, 2 ax, i az, i bx, I bz, i ez, i fx. 

Sewel, John, i az, i bx, I bz, I cz, i dz, i gx. 

Delihay, James, i ax, 2 bz, 2 ex, i dx, i fz, i gx; i n. 

Davidson, Thomas, i ax, 2 az, i fx, i fz; 5 n. 

Turner, Ann, i az, i fz. 

Price, William, i bz, i ex, i cz, i gx; 4 n. 

Harvey, David, 2 az, i cz, i dx, i dz. 

Dorley, John, 3 ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i ex, i cz, i ex, i ez. 

•This record is well preserved and consists of 4 sheets, each l6'/8 X 13 inches, fastened to- 
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TRANSQUAKIN HUNDRED 103 

Royley, Water, 2 ax, I az, 2 bx, i dx, 2 dz; 4 n. 

Chaice, Frederick, i ex; 17 n. 

Webb, Augustus, i az, i dx, i dz. 

Ennalls, Barthow, Senr. i dx. 

Moses [or Noble?], William, i ax, i bx, i dx [This line is much worn]. 

Windows, Thomas, i dx, i dz. 

Tootle, John, 2 ax, i az, i bx, i bz, I cz, i ex, i ez; 4 n. 

Hayward, Addling, i ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i ex, I fz. 

Giffin, James, 2 ax, 2 az, i bx, i bz, i ex, I cz, I dx, i ez, 2 fx; 4 n. 

Hayward, Francis, I az, i cz, I dx, i dz, i fz, I gx; 10 n. 

Whittington, Stephen, 2 ax, I az, i bz, i ez, i fx; 5 n. 

Hodson, Ann, i az, i bx, 2 ex, i dx, i fz; 14 n. 

Ennalls, Thomas, 3d, i ax, i dx, i dz; 8 n. 

Dent, George, 2 ax, i dx, i dz. 

Ennalls, William, i cz, i ex; 22 n. 

Ennalls, Coll, Barthow, I bz, i cz, i gx; 27 n. 

Ennalls, Henry, i ex; 17 n. 

Rue, Jessey, 2 ax, i az, 3 bz, i ex, i dx, i fz. 

Morain, Moses, i ex, i cz. 

Callender, Robert, 2 az, 2 bx, i ex, i cz, i ez, i fx. 

West, Mary, 2 ax, 2 az, i bz, i ex, i cz, i ez. 

Stewart, James, i az, i dx, I dz. 

Grififin Joseph [Black], 9 n. 

Vinson, Stephen, i ax, i az, i bz, i dz, i ex. 

Ennalls, Joseph Magr. 5 ax, 2 az, i dz, i ex, 18. 

Paul, Daniell, 2 az, i bz, I cz, i ex, I fz. 

Knott, John, i ax, i az, I bx, i bz, i ex, i cz, i dx, i fx, i fz. 

Sheppard, John, i az, I gx. 

Ward, Lousey, 2 ax, I az, i bx, I bz, i ex, i cz, i dx, i fz. 

Badley, William, i ax, 3 az, I bx, i ex, 2 cz, I dx, i dz, i fx, i fz. 

Pike, Lewis, 2 bx, i ex, i cz, I fx. 

Cook, Zeabulon, 2 ax, i ex, i fz. 

Cook, Mary, i gz. 

Clark, Robert, i az, i ez, i dx. 

Killender, Thomas, I ax, i ex, I fz. 

Phillips, William, i ax, 2 az, I ex, 2 dx, 2 dz. 

Sherman, Benjamin, 4 ax, 2 bx, i cz, i ez, i fx. 

Paul, Edward, i ax, i az, I bx, 2 cz, I dz, i fx, I fz, 

Webb, John, 3 az, i bx, i ex, I ez. 

Barnes, Sarah, i az, i bz, i dz. 

Hayward, John, i ax, i bx, I bz, i cz, i ez, i gx. 

Rogers, Thomas, 2 bx, I fz, i gx. 



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Nuton, Richard, 2 ax, 5 az, 2 bx, i dx, i ex, i ez; 5 n. 

Hevens, Luke, 2 ax, 3 az, 2 bx, i cz, i fx, i fz; i n. 

Hevens, Thomas, i ax, i cz, i dx. 

Sweatten, Siney, i az, i cz; in. 

Morris, Edward, i ax, 2 az, I bx, I cz, I ex, I ez. 

Plug, Rose [Black] i fz, i n. 

M. CalHster, Jeremiah, 2 ax, i bx, i dx, i dz. 

Littleton, Southy, i ax, 3 az, 4 bz, 2 ex, i fz, I gx; in. 

Littleton, Mark, i ax, i cz, i dx. 

Littleton, William, 2 ax, i az, i bx, i bz, 2 cz, i ex, i ez, i fx. 

Sulivane, Daniel, Magr. i ex, i gx, i gz; 11 n. 

Sulivane, Daniel, Junr. 2 ax, i az, I ex, I ez; 12 n. 

M. Callister, Athilda, 2 ax, i dx, i dz. 

M. Callister, Ezekiel, I az, i bx, i ex, i ex, I fz. 

Badley, William, i bz, i gx, i gz. 

Badley, Nathan, i ax, i az, i ex, i ez. 

Woodards, Elizabeth, i ax, i cz, i ex, i gz. 

Granger, William, 4 ax, i bx, 2 dz, i fx, i fz; i n. 

Russum, Luke, i ax, 2 az, i bx, i bz, i ex, i ez, i gx. 

Scott, John, 3 az, i bz, i cz, i ex, i ez. 

Higens, Diana, i ax, i dx, I gz. 

Wayford, John, 3 ax, i az, i bx, i cz, i ex, i ez. 

Granger, Edward, I ax, 3 az, i bx, i ex, i ex, i ez. 

Cook, Eliner, i ax, i cz, i ez. 

West, Solomon, 4 ax, i ex, i cz, i ex, I ez. 

Hicks Denward, i ax, i bx, i bz, I cz, I dx, i fz, i gx; 27 n. 

Scott, Mary, i bz, i ex, i dz, I ez, i gz. 

Brinsfield, James, 3 az, 2 bx, I bz, 2 ex, I fx, i fz; 6 n. 

Handley, Leavin, i ax, 3 az, i bx, i bz, i ex, i dx, i ex, i ez. 

Anderton, John, i az, i fx; 16 n. 

Glanding, John, i ax, i az, I bz, i dz, i ex. 

Sulivane, James, 2 ax, 3 az, i dz, 2 ex, I, ez; 21 n. 

Southerlin, James, Doctr. 2 dx; I n. 

Smith, Francis, 2 ax, i az, 2 dz, i ez. 

Scott, John, I ax, 2 az, 2 dz, i ex, I ez; 10 n. 

Morain, Mary, i ax, 2 az, 2 bx, i bz, 2 ex, I fz; i n. 

Stevens, John, I az, i bx, i dx, 3 dz, I ex; 3 n. 

Shaw, Nancy, i ax, i bz. 

Robinson, George, i ax, i cz, i dx; i n. 

Adams, Mary, i bz, i cz, i gz. 

Marshall, John, 2 ax, 2 az, i bx, i cz, i dx, i dz; 13 n. 

Roylins, Hodson, 2 az, i cz, i dx, I dz. 



TRANSQUAKIN HUNDRED 105 

Norman, Ester, i ax, i az, 2 bx, i bz, i ex, I fz. 

Davis, Margrit, 3 bx, 2 bz, i ex, i ez, I fz. 

Adams, Bettey, i ax, i az, i bz, i fz. 

Saunders, William, 2 ax, I az, I bx, 2 dz, i fx; 6 n. 

Rollisten, Richard, 2 ax, i bz, i dx, i dz. 

Bramble, Aron, i az, I ex, i dx, i dz. 

Bramble, Thomas, I ax, i dx. 

Wright, Sarah, 2 bx, I ez, i gz. 

Hardin, Mary, 2 ax, i dz. 

Whitehits, Ezekiel, I dx; 3 n. 

Billings, William, 2 ax, i bx, 2 bz, i dx, i fz. 

Williams, Elizabeth, i ax, i bx, I dz, i gz. 

White, John, i ez, i dx; 3 n. 

White, Thomas, i az, i dz, i ex; 6 n. 

Thompson, John, 3 ax, l fx, i fz. 

Hubbart, John, i az, i bz, I dx, i dz, i ez. 

Hooper, John, i az, i bx, i ez, i dz, i fx. 

Wheelar, Solomon, 2 ax, 3 az, i bz, i ez, i fz, i gx. 

Layton, Mary, i ax, i bx, i ex, i dx, i ez, i gz. 

Williams, Phillip, I az, i dx, i dz. 

Boudle, John, l bz, i dx, i fx, i fz; 6 n. 

Boudle, Henry, 2 ax; 2 n. 

Seotter, Edward, I az, i bx, i fx, I fz. 

Leeompt, William, 2 bx, i bz, 2 ez, I gx; 19 n. 

Ennalls, • , i bz, i ez; 16 n. 

Owens, Owen, 2 ax, i az, i bx, i ex, i ez, i dz, i ex. 

Leeompt, Samuel, i ax, i dx, i dz. 

Cavender, David, i az, i bx, 2 bz, i ex, i fx, i fz, I gz. 

Dawson, John, i ax, i bx, i bz, i ex, i ez, i dx, 2 fz, i gx. 

Cavender, Thomas, I ax, I ez, i dx. 

Hooper, Henry, 3 ax, 3 az, i bx, i dz, i fx, i fz. 

Wheelar, Thomas, 2 ax, 2 az, i ex, i ez. 

Rose, Samuel, 2 bx, i ez, i dz, i gx, i gz. 

Nuton, Nimrod, i ax, i bx, i ex, i dx, 2 dz. 

Nuton, Willis, i ax, 2 az, i bx, i dx, i dz, i ex, i ez; 5 n. 

Hicks, Joseph, i ax, i az, 2 bx, i ex, 2 dx, i dz, i fz, i gx. 

Wright, Henry, i ax, I az, 2 bx, i dz, i ex; 3 n. 

Ferguson, Collen, i dx. 

Molix, Jimmimey [Blaek^, 5 n. 

Hooper, Roger A. 2 ax, 2 az, 2 bx, 2 ex, i ez, i gz; 12 n. 

Linningham, Peatrick, i az, i ez, i dx, i dz. 

Cummins, James, 2 ax, 2 az, 2 bx, 2 ez, I ex, i ez. 



io6 MARYLAND RECORDS— DORCHESTER COUNTY 

Brodess, Thomas, 2 az, i dx, 3 dz; 10 n. 

Harrison, Mary, i ax, i ex, i dz, i ez; in. 

Ward, Joseph, i ax, i az, i cz, i dx. 

Langfit, Francis, I ax, i az, i dx, i dz. 

Heron, EHzabeth, 2 az, i bx, 2 ex, 2 ez, i dx, i ex, 2 gz; 8 n. 

Jones, Mary, 3 ax, 2 az, I bz, i ez, i gz. 

McDaniel, Leavin, 2 ax, i az, i ex, i ez. 

Jones, Morgan, 4 az, i bx, i bz, i dz, I gx; i n. 

Bird, Magor, 2 ax, 3 az, I bz, i ex, I dx, i dz; 10 n. 

Leeompt, John, 3 ax, 3 bx, I bz, I cz, i dx, i dz, i fx, i fz; 17 n. 

M%enry, Alexandr, i az, i bz, i ex, i fz. 

Godding, Elizabeth, 2 az, 2 dx. 

Kees, Francis, I ax, i bx, i bz, i ez. 

Tripe, WilHam, 2 ax, i dz, i ex; 8 n. 

Darbey, John, i az, i bz, i fx, I fz; 12 n. 

Dodson, George, 2 ax, 2 az, I ex, i dx, I dz, i ex, i ez; 2 n. 

McDaniel, William, 2 ax, 2 az, 2 bz, i dx, i dz, i ex. 

Hodson, Hoopes, 2 ax, 2 az, i bx, I bz, i dz, I fx; 6 n. 

Manning, Anthony, 2 ax, i cz, i ex; 12 n. 

Coopper, John, 2 ax, i ex, i ez; 5 n. 

Noble, Mark, 2 ax, 5 az, i bz, I ex, i ez. 

Hodson, John, i ax, 2 az, 2 bx, i bz, 2 ex, i dx, i ez, i gx; 28 n. 

Hodson, Henry, i az, i cz, i dx; 8 n. 

Cocklin, Thomas, i az, i gx, I gz. 

Smith, Edward, i ax, i dx, I dz; 6 n. 

Handley, Handy, 2 ax, 2 az, 2 bx, i ex, i ez; i n. 

Brown, John, 2 ax, i az, i dz, i ex. 

Alexandr, William, i ax, i az, i dz, i ex, i gx. 

Monrow, Elizabeth, i ax, i az, i ez. 

Warron, Beazil, i ax, i az, i dz, i ez, i gx. 

Hubbart, Bettey, i bx, i bz, i cz, i fz. 

Leeompt, Leavin, 6 ax, i bx, i dz, i ex. 

Ross, James, 2 ax, 3 az, i bx, i bz, i dx, I ex, i fz; I n. 

Owens, John, I ex, i ez, i dx; 5 n. 

Jackson, Robert, 2 ax, i dz, i ex. 

Leeompt, William, [Black] 3 n. 

Adam, "free, negro" 2 n. 

Cook, John, 3 ax, i bz, i dx, i dz. 

Leeompt, Charles, l bz, i ex, i ez, i fz; 5 n. 

Phillips, Pegey, I az, i ex, I dx, i ez. 

Leeompt, James, 2 ax, 2 az, i bz, i dx, i ez, i fx. 

Oggan, Peggey, 2 ax, i az, i bz, i dx, I ez. 



TRANSQUAKIN HUNDRED 107 

Basset, Thomas, i ax, i az, i ex, i cz; 2 n. 

Sulivane, Thomas, i ax, i az, i dx, i dz. 

Covey, John, i ax, 2 dx, i dz, i fz. 

Long, John, 2 ax, i az, 2 bx, 2 bz, i ez, i gx, i gz; i n. 

Green, Ralph, i az, i bx, i dz, i ex; 13 n. 

Brown, Elijah, i az, i cz, i dx, i ez. 

Smith, Francis, 2 ax, i az, 2 bx, 2 ex, I dx, i ez. 

Bruffit, Garner, I ax, i az, i bz, i dx, i dz; in. 

Traverse, Leavin, 3 ax, i az, 2 bx, i bz, 2 dz, i ez, i fx; 15 n. 

Claridge, Elizabeth, 3 ax, i bx, i fz. 

Goldsborough, Robert, Esqr. ; 15 n. 

Moore, Christopher, 2 az, i bx, i bz, i cz, i fx, i fz. 

McClemmey, Samuel, i ex, i dx, i ex. 

Hooper, John, i ex, 2 dx. 

Vinson, Nehemiah, I az, 2 bx, i bz, i cz, 2 dx, i ez, i fx. 

Ward, Summars, 2 az, i bz, i ex, i cz, i dz, i fx; 3 n. 

Hamiltown, John, 2 ax, 2 bx, i bz, i ex, i cz, i ez, i fz; 3 n. 

Greenwood, John, i ax, 2 az, 2 bx, i bz, i ex, i dx, i ex, i ez, i tx; 2 n. 

Dickinson, Col. John, 3 ax, i az, 3 bx, i ex, i ez, i fx, i fz; 40 n. 

Parker, Daniel, 2 ax, i az, i ex, i ez; 8 n. 

Brodess, Edward, 2 ax, i az, i bx, 2 dx, 2 dz; 4 n. 

Formar, William, 2 bz, i fx, i gz. 

Notherwood, Joseph, i ex, i ez; 7 n. 

Brodess, Tabitha, i ex, 2 dx, 2 dz, i gz; 4 n. 

Ennalls, Coll, John, I ex; 38 n. 

Har\ey, Salathal, 2 ax, 2 az, i ez, i ex, i ez. 

Burge, Ailse, i ax, 2 bx, i bz, ez. 

Eccleston, Capt. Hugh, 2 az, 2 bx, i bz, i ez, i fx, i fz; 2>2 n. 

Cullins, Isaac, i dz, i gx, i gz. 

Denney, John, i ax, i bx, i bz, i dx, i dz. 

Summars, Parks, I ax, i az, i dz, i ex. 

Beotpich, John, i ax, 2 az, i bx, i cz, i dz, i ex, i ez; 2 n. 

Becks, William, 2 ax, i az, 2 bx, i bz, i ex, i fz, i gx. 

Evans, Samuel, i ax, 2 az, 3 bx, bz, 2 ez, gx. 

Beotpitch, Jonathan, 2 ax, 4 az, i bx, i cz, i fx, i fz; 4 n. 

Bacon, George, 2 ax, 2 az, i bz, i ez, i ez, i fx. 

Saunders, William, i ax, 3 az, i gx, i gz. 

Foxwell, Isaac, 2 ax, i az, i dx, i ez. 

Slight, Joseph, i ax, i bz, i ez, i dx, 

Lewis, William, 2 ax, i az, i dz, i fx. 

Goutee, Jabus, 2 ax, 3 az, i dx, 2 ez. 

Smith, Ann, i ex, 2 cz, i gz. 



io8 MARYLAND RECORDS— DORCHESTER COUNTY 

Lawson, Samuel, 3 bx, i dx, i fx, i fz. 

Keene, Mary, i az, i bx, i gz; 2 n. 

Copper, Gustavus, i dz, i ex. 

Partridge, Isaac, i dz, i gx, i gz; 10 n. 

Driver, Martin, i ax, I az, I bx, i ez, i fx. 

Pattison, Atthow, I az, 2 cz, i dx, i dz, i fz, i gx; 5 n. 

Eccleston, Thomas F. i ex; 15 n. 

Harrison, John, i bx, i ex, i fz; I n. 

Hanford, John, 2 ax, i az, i dz, i ex. 

Laine, William, I ax, I az, I bx, i dx, i dz, I fx, i fz; i n. 

Brierwood, John, 3 ax, i az, i bx, i bz, I dx, i fz, i gx; 5 n. 

Mills, Right, 2 ax, I az, i bz, i dx, i dz, i ez; i n. 

Hooper, William, 2 bx, 2 cz, I ex, i fz; 4 n. 

Tregor, Nuton, 2 ax, 2 az, I bz, i dx, i ez, i fx; 4 n. 

Willis, Leavin, I ax, I az, i ex, i cz, i dz, i ez, i fx; 2 n. 

Woollen, Leavin, 2 ax, i az, i bz, i cz, i dx, i ez, i fx. 

Mills, Edward, I ax, i cz, i dx, I dz. 

Hill, Solomon, i ax, i az, i dx, I dz; in. 

Keene, Thomas, 2 ax, 2 az, I bx, i dz, i ex. 

Whetaker, John, 2 az, 2 cz, I dx; i n. 

Saunders, Thomas, I az, i bz, i fz, i gx. 

Harrison, Siller, i az, i cz, i dz; 2 n. 

Byron, Lamberth, 2 ax, i cz, i dx, i ez; in. 

Ennalls, EHzabeth, 10 n. 

Beckwith, Emanuel, 3 az, i bx, i ex, i ez. 

Gossage, Daniel, 3 ax, i ex, i fz. 

Norman, Thomas, 2 az, i cz, l dx, i dz; in. 

Arnett, Ann, i ax, i bx, i bz, i fz. 

Amett, James, i ax, i az, i dx, i dz. 

Martin, Thomas, 7 n. 

Porter, James, i ax, i az, i dz, i ex. 

Muse, Magr. Thomas, ion. 

Cheshire, Mary, i ax, i az, i bx, I dx, i dz, i ez; 3 n. 

Partridge, Jonathan, i ax, I az, i cz, i fx, i fz; 8 n. 

Porter, Arthur, i bx, I dx, i fz, l gx; 2 n. 

Reed, Rosanna, 2 dx, i dz, i ex, i gz. 

Stewart, Henry, 2 ax, 2 az, i cz, i dz, i ez, I fx; 5 n. 

Manning, John, i az, i bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, i ez, I fz; 18 n. 

Grifhn, William, 3 ax, i az, i bz, i ex; I n. 

Woolford, Roger, i dx, I gx, 2 gz; 15 n. 

Saunders, Henry, 3 ax, 4 az, I bx, i bz, I cz, i dx, I dz, i ez, i gx; 3 n. 

Parmer, James, 2 ax, i az, I bz, i dz, i ez, i gx, i gz; 9 n. 



TRANSQUAKIN HUNDRED 109 

Ennalls, Thomas, 2 ax, 3 az, i ex, i dz, i fx, i fz, i gz; 27 n. 

Wheelar, Charles, I az, i cz, I fx. 

Button, William, 2 ax, 3 az, i bz, i ex, i dz, I ex, i ez; 8 n. 

Stewart, John T. 3 ax, 2 az, i cz, i dx, i dz, i ex; 10 n. 

Stewart, Thomas, 2 ax, i ez, I fx; 2 n. 

Cheshire, John, i ax, I az, 2 bz, i ez, i ex, I fz; 3 n. 

Manidier, Mary, i bz, i ez, i dx, i fz; 15 n. 

Murray, Doetr. James, 5 n. 

Pennington, Segar, 7 n. 

Dafhn, Capt. Joseph, i ex, i dx, i dz, i ex; 20 n. 

Blueh, William, I bx, I ez, i fx. 

Muir, Thomas, I ax, i bz, i dx, I dz, i ex, i ez; 2 n. 

Hale, Jene, 2 ax, i az, i ex, i ez, l fx; 2 n. 

Hughs, Revd. Phillemon, 2 bz, I ez, i fx, i gx, I gz; 4 n. 

Slee, Joseph, i dx; in. 

Norris, Moliein, 3 ax, i bx, i dz, i ex. 

Cox, Nathaniel, i ax, i az, 2 bx, i bz, i cz, i ez, i gx, i gz. 

Haile, Elizabeth, 2 ax, i bz, I dz, i fz; 8 n. 

Ennalls, Andrew S. i ex, i ex, i ez; 6 n. 

Ennalls, Joseph, i dz, i ex, i fx, i gz; 29 n. 

Mulania, James, 3 az, I ex, i dz, i ex. 

Colson, John, i ax, i bz, I dx, i dz. 

Airey, Thomas H. [H*?] I ax, i az, i dx, i dz; 28 n. 

Seott, Charles, 2 az, i bx, 2 bz, i ex, i fx; 6 n. 

Dawson, Joseph, I ax, i az, i ex, i dx, i dz. 

Dawson, William, 2 ax, i az, 3 bx, i bz, i ex, i ex, i ez, i fz. 

Kees, James, 4 ax, i az, 2 bx, i ex, i cz, i ez, i fx. 

Kees, John, 3 ax, i bx, i bz, i ex, i ez; i n. 

Vincent, William, i az, i dx, i dz. 

Muse, Magr. Thomas, 12 n. 

Dawson, John, i az, i bx, i ex, i ez, i dx, i dz, i fz, i gx. 

Wheelar, William, 2 az, i cz, i dx, i dz. 

McCollister, Nathan, i az, I dx, i dz. 

Hayward, Leavin, i ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i dx, i dz, i fz. 

Cornish, John, 2 n. 

Connerway, Dennis, 3 az, i bx, i bz, i ez, I fx; i n. 

Dingle, John, 3 ax, i dz, i ex; in. 

Hanford, Thomas, i dx, i dz. 

Stephens, Edward, 3 ax, 2 bx, i ex, i dx, i dz, i fx, i fz; 9 n. 

West, Loten, 2 ax, i az, i ex, i ez. 

Nixon, John, i ex, i ex. 

Blair, John, i dx. 

Evans, Mary, i ez. 



no MARYLAND RECORDS— DORCHESTER COUNTY 

Totals, 2897: 313 ax, 281 az, 162 bx, 118 bz, 78 ex, 100 cz, 133 dx, 130 
dz, 92 ex, 102 ez, 59 fx, 69 fz, 42 gx, 35 gz; 11 75 n. 

Dorchester County Ss. Sept'. 9"", 1776. Personally Appeared Samuel 
Hooper, before the Committee of Observation for the County afore said, 
& made Oath on the Holy Evangels of Almighty God that the aforegoing 
is a true & perfect List, to the best of his Knowledge of the Number of the 
Inhabitants of Transquakin Hundred in the County afd, so far forth, as 
was in his power to obtain. 

Signed P order of the af*^. Committee 

John C. Harrison Clk. 



HARFORD COUNTY 



Harford County, Broad Creek Hundred, 
Census of 1776 

"A list of the Inhabitants both Whites & Blacks in Broad Creek 
Hundred 1776." "Total 342." 



A. Ages 

Armond, William 32 

Elizabeth 28 

Thomas 8 

Hanna 6 

William 4 

Isaac 2 

Total, 6; taxable, i. 

Anderson, George 40 

Jane 49 

Mary 13 

Jenny 7 

Total, 4; taxable, i. 

Allison, William Lame i 



B. 

Bodkin, Robert 40 

Margrett 36 

Rachell 16 

John 15 

William 14 

Thomas 12 

Robert ID 

Charles 9 

James 8 

Richard 6 

Margrett 6 

Molly 5 

Nancey 4 

Janey 2 

Sally I 

Total, 15; taxable, i. 
9 113 



Ages 

[i] Brice, James 25 

Alice 20 

Barnett i 

Owen Corker 20 

Mary Perry 20 

Son Thos I 

Total, 6; taxables, 2. 

Barclay, John 30 

Elizabeth 20 

Negroes 

Dick 18 

Neale 14 

Jenny 60 

Total, 5; taxables, 2. 

nington, Henry 51 

— — ary 20 

niah Benington 21 

7-^ 15 

riscilla 12 

-enry 10 



[T]om 6 

Kessia 4 

[N]ancey McDaniel 4 

Mary Hagerty 23 

Total, 10; taxables, 2. 

Barnard, Mark 30 

Jane 26 

James : 6 

Thomas 4 

Saml 2 

Mark V12 

Total, 6; taxable, i. 



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Beard, John 19 

Total, l; taxable, i. 

C. 

Scurly 
Cuningham, John, Isaac Thos. ... 28 
Total, i; taxable, i. 

Crooks, Henry 28 

Jane 23 

William 5 

Andrew 3 

Margrett V2 

Elizabeth Kerby 26 

Total, 6; taxable, i. 

D. 

Daubt, Roger 40 

Margrett 26 

Saml 4 

2 

Robert 6 

Total, 5; taxable, i. 

Dun a , William 28 

Wife 34[?] 

Thos I 

Total, 3; taxable, i. 

Downing, — — Francis 40 

Susanna 37 

William 23 

Rebecca 18 

John V2 

John 15 

Saml 13 

Molley 12 

Puck [?] 10 

Frances 5 

Ruth 2 

Negroes 

York 40 

Oliver 30 



Ages 

Jack, Lome 30 

Abraham 20 

Hanna 23 

Lucy 16 

Ned 2 

Nell 4 

Total, 19; taxables, 7. 

E. 

Ekin, Sam' 48 

Nelly 36 

Jusch 13 

Jane, Cud [?J 30 

Delieca[?] V2 

Total, 5; taxable, I. 

[2] _ _ F. 

Foster, Phidelis 4- 

Keatty 3- 

Rebecca -5 

Betsey — 

Peggey 6 

John — 

FedeHous — 

Keatty • — • 

Total, 8; taxable, I. 

G. 

Gordon, John 3- 

Rebecca 33 

Henry 13 [?] 

Mary 10 [?] 

John 8 

Sarah 4 

Rebecca 2 

Total, 7; taxable, i. 

Glen, Mary 60 [?] 

Robert 18 

Joseph 16 

Total, 3; taxables, 2. 

Guppey, Henry 45 

Margrett 40 



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Ages 

John 12 

Jane 10 

Henry 7 

Mary 3 

Margrett V4 

Negroes 

Hana 20 

Ned V2 

Elizabeth alone 21 

Total, 10; taxables, 2. 

Gillisson, John 40 

Jane 30 

Jane 16 

John 5 

Mary 3 

Noble 20/10 [?] 

Total, 6; taxables, — . 

Gordon, James 31 

Jane 30 

John 10 

Agnis 6 

Margrett 4 

Elizabeth 2 

Mary V12 

Aurthur Gilles 13 

Total, 8; taxable, i. 

H. 

Howlett, Andrews 50 

Margrett 49 

Mary 19 

Elizabeth 17 

Ann 15 

John 10 

Ser'. Philip 20 

Total, 7; taxables, 2. 

Hood, Andrew 40 

Margrett 38 

Jennett 8 



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Robert 4 

James 1V2 

Total, 5; taxable, i. 

Howlet, James 22 

Margrett 18 

Total, 2; taxable, i. 

Hubard, Ruth, Mulato 54 

Belt 13 

Joe 10 

Hanna 6 

Total, 4; taxable, i. 

Henry, Sam' 58 

Mary 55 

Robert 23 

EHzabeth 19 

John 15 

Isaac 13 

Total, 6; taxables, — . 

Hamilton, Jonathan 35 

Betsey 30 

Polly 10 

Robin 8 

Peggy 6 

Alexander 4 

Sally 2 

Betsey 2 

John I 

Total, 9; taxable, i. 

[2] J. 

Johnson, Thomas, Jr £?"] 26 

Total, I ; taxable, i. 

Jones, Aqulia 27 

Total, I ; taxable, — . 

James, Jefferry, Negroe 31 

Martha 20 

James 3 

Nancey V2 

Total, 4; taxable, i. 



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Johnson, Thomas 50 

Mary 40 

James 15 

Isaac 13 

Thomas 10 

Mary 8 

EHzabeth 6 

Sarah 4 

Total, 8; taxable, i. 

K. 

Knight, Hanna 36 

Sally 17 

Thomas 14 

Cassandra 12 

Aquillia — 

Michael 8 

James 6 

Abraham 2 

Total, 8. 

[3] L. 

Litten, John 58 

Mary 44 

Mary 13 

Hanah 10 

John Lee Ii 

Total, 5; taxable, i. 

M. 

McNabb, James 35 

Alice 30 

Jim 10 

Alice 8 

Keatty 6 

Elizabeth 4 

Rachell 2 

Total, 7; taxable, i. 

Mafiford, James 4 

Morrison, Ann 42 

Ann 10 

John 13 



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Mary 3 

Joseph Morgar 19 

Total, 5; taxable, i. 

Mckisson John 32 

Jane 30 

James 8 

• 6 

Aurthur 4 

Sally 14 

Total, 6; taxable, i. 

McClam, James 45 

Mary 40 

Betsey 19 

Total, 4; taxable, i. 

McGeomery, John 37 

McGomery, Wm 37 

Rachell Karr 18 

John V2 

Total, 4; taxables, 2. 

P. 

Penix, John 35 

Sarah 33 

Sarah Poage 70 

Keatty 6 

Sarah 4 

James 3 

Susanna V2 

Total, 7; taxable, i. 

Pompey Negro 

J. Rigbies 40 

Total, I ; taxable, i. 

Phill Negro 35 

Total, I ; taxable, i. 

Parks James 63 

Jane 52 

Martha 15 

James 12 

Total, 4; taxable, i. 



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Rumage, Davis 22 

Martha 18 

Total, 2; taxable, i. 

Rumage, George 61 

Mary 45 

Geor 14 

Tom 15 

Total, 4; taxable, i. 

Robinson, Walter 40 

Total, i; taxable, i. 

Robinson, William 35 

Mary 30 

Jane 6 

Mary 4 

James 2 

Total, 6; taxable, i. 

Reese, William 59 

Ann 55 

Mary 30 

Nancey 19 

Hanna 17 

Nelly 16 

Margrett 14 

Alexander 12 

William 8 

Jese V2 

Total, 10; taxable, i. 

S. 

Sweeny, David 28 

Mary 30 

Sarah 9V2 

Henrietta 8V2 

Richard 6 

Olive 2 

Ser't. Mary 25 

Dinia V2 

Negro Jeffery 30 

Total, 9; taxables, 2. 



Ages 

Scharbraugh, Euclid 62 

Mary 51 

Thos 20 

Rebecca 19 

Sally 16 

Sammy 14 

Hanna 15 

Jemmy 10 

Total, 8; taxables, 2. 

Shores, Richard 23 

Elizabeth 19 

Mary V2 

Total, 3; taxable, i. 

Sims, Robert 45 

Alice 26 

Betsey 10 

Rol 8 

Jane 6 

Wm 4 

Margrett 3 

Frances V2 

Total, 8; taxable, i. 

Sims, Realph 36 

Ann Boyle 30 

Mary 6 

Ann 4 

Total, 4; taxable, i. 

Sims, James 60 

Spain, Beaver 72 

Elizabeth 45 

Nelly 19 

Hana 16 

William 13 

Jacob 10 

Total, 6; taxables, — . 

Samuel Negro Husband's 34 



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Taylor William 23 

Ruth 20 

Thomas, John 30 

Mary 47 

Nancey 3 V2 

Rachell 1V2 

Martha 17 

13 

a — 

Total, 7; taxable, i. 

Thomas Isaac 23 

Total, i; taxable, i. 

Tarbert, James 26 

Mary 20 

Janey i 

Total, 3; taxables, — . 

W. 

Wilson John Glade 57 

Jane 50 

Jane 17 

Betsey 14 

Robert 12 

John 21 

Total, 6; taxables, 2. 

Winman John 60 

Total, i; taxable, I. 



Ages 

West, John 39 

Susanna 34 

John 13 

James 11 

William 10 

Margrett 6 

Lidia 4 

Susanna V* 

Sarah 74 

Total, 9; taxable, i. 

Wilson James, Blind 50 

Isable 48 

Mulatoes 

George ..11 

Benjamin 9 

Wilson, Archable 48 

Margrett 30 

Jane 6 

Mary 3 

Agnis 2 

Whyle, Nath'l 40 

Kathrine 38 

John 18 

James 15 

PhiHp 13 

Mary 10 

Sarah 8 

Jane 4 

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Census of 1776, Deer Creek Lower Hundred, 
Harford County, 

"A List of Persons In Deer Creek Lower Hundred Taken In By W" 
Fisher Jun'. 1776." * 



A. Ages 

Armstrong, Robert 55 

Sarah 54 

David 21 

Mary 19 

Armstrong, Robt. Jun"^ 23 

Mary 19 

David 2 

Ammons, Thomas 26 

Margaret 28 

Mary 3 

Ann I 

Arnold, William 29 

Sarah 39 

Ephraim 5 

Sarah 3 

Elizabeth i month 

B. 

Brown, James 22 

Bruce, John 53 

Ann 32 

Robert 10 months 

Morgan, Hugh 1 1 

Sarah 9 

Echsah 7 



Ages 

Druzillah 5 

Rich, John, a ser\^' 25 

Barns, Job 52 

Mary 45 

Job 23 

Rachael 21 

Ezekiel 17 

Mary 14 

Hannah 1 1 

Ruth 6 

Sarah 3 

Negroes: Charles, 46 — Dinah, 48. 

C. 

Camp, George 45 

Cromwell, Joseph 30 

Susannah 18 

Vinisha 54 

Negroes: Sail, 38 — Lemas, 6 — 
James, 4 — Dinah, 2. 

Cook, Robert 43 

Sarah 36 

Danl 53 

John 14 

Grace 11 

Cassandria 9 



* A pamphlet of 23 written pages 8V4 X 6 inches, arranged as herein reproduced, excepting 
that the Negroes are given in close form, or the number only is mentioned, 834 persons are given. 

The "Harford Lower Hundred" list is of the same size and consists of 16 pp. 

The members of each family are subordinated to the head of that family, including negroes. 
Lines indicate the family divisions in the original. 

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James 6 

Sarah 3 

Easter 72 

John Bowdy 13 

CoUens, Sarah* 39 

Mary Tolston * 21 

Sarah Tolston * i 

Casandria Colston * 11 

Cumberland Forge: 

Negroes: Dundee, 35 — Haniball, 
30 — Marcus, 32 — Jack, 38 — An- 
drew, 40 — Demitress, 36 — Cupit, 
40 — Black John, 40 — Carpenter 
Tom, 37 — Barbadoes Tom, 50 — 
Aaron (Hired), 26 — Smith Jam, 
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W-^. Watkins 3 

Coale, Skipwith 38 

Sarah 3^ 

Margrett 60 

Margret i 

Wallis, Samuel 1 1 

Negroes: Sarah, 50 — Frank (Crip- 
ple), 43— Sig, 39— Jack, 25— 
London, 21 — George, 20 — Ned, 
14 — Fan, 10 — Sesor, 8 — Bill, 8 — 
Hannah, 6 — Polley, 4 — Hector, 3. 

Coale, William Sen'' 66 

Sarah 61 

Sarah 30 

Ann 26 

Skipnith 22 

Negroes: Mingo (No Tax) 66 — 
James, 30 — Sam, 19 — Bett, 25 — 
Jenn, 23 — Poll, 4 — Lucy, 2 — 
Nanney, 6 mo. — Dick, 12. 



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Coale, Philip 40 

Ann 36 

Cassandria 9 

Frances 7 

Sarah 5 

Richard 3 

Ann I 

Sate, Elizabeth 17 

Negroes: James, 65 — Ned, 7. 

Crawford, Mordecai 40 

Susannah 39 

James I7 

Hannah I5 

Mordecai 10 

J no 5 

Ruth 3 

Negroes: Jane, 27 — Cuff, 13 — 
Tom, 8— Ned, 6— Moses, 4. 

Chew, Thomas 23 

Yates, Sarah 49 

Susannah 25 

Sarah I9 

Negroes: Holiday, 34— Judy, 30 
—Suck, 25— Rodger, 13— Han- 
nah, 7— Charles, 5— Polley, 3— 
Levy, 3 — George, i. 

Coale, WiUiam, Junr 33 

Elizabeth 28 

Isaac 12 

Susannah 3 rno- 

Connaly, Jane 17 

Webster, James 15 

Lemmons, Marshal 15 

Coale, Samuel 23 

Negroes: Daniel, 10 — Tom, 8. 

D. 

Dallam, Winston 27 

Magrett 26 



■ Arrangement and spelling identical with original. 



DEER CREEK LOWER HUNDRED 



i6i 



Ages 

Francis 4 

Elizabeth 2 

Coale, William 21 

AWVIath, Matthew 17 

Negroes: Limas, 13 — Bett, 8. 

Dallam, Richd 42 

Frances 65 

Negroes: Doll, 48 — Ben, 30 — 
James, 19. 

Dallam, John 32 

Samuel 5 

Frances 3 

Margret i 

Negroes: Tom, 29 — Hannah, 7. 

E. 

Ely, Thomas, Junr 24 

Hannah 17 

Ely, Hugh 22 

Sarah 18 

J oseph 16 

Scott, Sarah 7 

Ely, Thomas, Senr 61 

Malin 21 

William 18 

Ruth 27 

Rachael 25 

Chapman, W" 4 

Ellis, Ellis 36 

F. 

Fisher, James 40 

Mary 36 

Elizabeth 15 

Thomas 13 

Isabella 10 

Sarah 8 

Mary 6 

WiUiam 3 

12 



Ages 

J ames i 

Linch, John 19 

West, Thomas 18 

Negroes: Mingo, 46 — ^Jane, 18 — 
Cigas, V4. 

Fisher, W". Senr 66 

Sarah 61 

John II 

Negroes: Dick, 63 — Mariah, 64 — 
Jack, 36 — Beck, 34 — Richard, 13 
— George, 11 — Pegg, 6 — Benn, 3 
—Poll, V2. 

G. 

Griffith, Evan 33 

Gallion, Joseph 44 

Sarah 45 

John 19 

Gregory 22 

William 16 

Alex"' 13 

James 10 

Elizb''' 7 

Jo^ 5 

Gover, Elizabeth 50 

Cassandria 33 

Prissilla 28 

Gittings (no Tax) 17 

Negroes: Limas, 50 — Dinah, 50 — 
Nann, 36 — ^James, 35 — Tower, 33 
— Dinah, 26 — Sail, 14 — Dampier, 
12 — Violett, 10 — Cesar, 8 — Sarah, 
6 — Cloe, 4 — Prince, 3 — Affa, 2. 

Gover, Samuel 21 

Negro Toney 20 

H. 

Hawkins, Rich"* 27 

Lurana 29 

J ohn 2 

Negro Easter 12 



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MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



Ages 
...27 



Hall, Christopher 

Heaton, John 33 

Rebecca 33 

Margrett 11 

Sarah 9 

Tho= 7 

Jn" 4 

J ames i 

Husbands, W" 48 

EHzab"' 46 

Ja= 13 

Meleson 12 

Mary 7 

Hannah 5 

Susannah 2 

W- 6Weeks 

Hill, W- 56 

Shem 15 

Hill, James 45 

Sarah 27 

Mary 6 

Martha 4 

J ames 2 

Harris, Margrett 41 

Ann 21 

Elizb"' 15 

George 10 

W- 9 

Benjamin 7 

Sarah 5 

Tho" 9 mo. 

Negroes: Phanney, 35 — Tower, 
29 — Dinah, 16 — Tumbah, 14 — 
Venus, 7 — Meriah, 7 — Lydia, 4 — ■ 
Mary, 4 mo. 

Hendley, Joseph 70 

Hopkins, Jo'. Sen' 70 



Ages 

Ann 65 

Jo=. Jun' 34 

Elizb"" 34 

Ann 7 

John 5 

Joseph 4 

Elizabeth 1V2 

Negroes: Sharper, 50 — Duke, 40 
— Pollidore, 30 — Sower, 21 — 
Nanney, 35 — Hannah (no Tax) 
60 — Will, 14 — Cesar, 13 — Hagah, 
25 — Cumbo, 15 — Dafney, 5 — 
George, 4 — David, 7 — Dinah, 3 — 
Nanny, 6 mo. — Charles, 9. 

Hawkins, John 60 

Samuel 22 

Johns, Hosea 7 

Tribble, John 79 

Negroes: James, 60 — Cuff, 55 — 
Moll, 50 — ^Jane, 13 — Hager, 11 — 
Jerry, 9 — Sail, 7 — Pompey, 5. 

Hawkins, Thomas 31 

Sarah 29 

Hargrove, Ruth 53 

Absalom 11 

Richard 6 

Lydia 3 

Elizabeth i 

Davis, Rachael 23 

Hopkins, Sam' 30 

Mary 30 

Elizabeth 6 

Ephr". Gover Hopkins 5 

Phillip 3 

Samuel i 

Negroes: Easter, 12 — Daniel, il 
— Cato, 8. 

Husbands,* Elizabeth 31 

Rachael II 



May be "Husband" written with a terminal flourish resembling "s." 



DEER CREEK LOWER HUNDRED 



163 



Ages 

Mary 9 

Susannah 7 

Elizabeth 4 

Ensinger, Susannah Maria, a 

servant 23 

Negroes: Bob, 15 — Ben, 12 — 
Sam, 9 — Ned, 5 — George, 2. 

Hopkins, William 58 

Rachael 56 

Susannah 27 

William, Jun'' 25 

John 23 

Leven 21 

Hannah 18 

Charles 15 

Samuel 12 

Thompson, Andrew 18 

Negroes: Ned, 70 — Pompey, 45 
— Neptune, 42 — Jack, 39 — Nan- 
riey, 35 — James, 32 — Will, 29 — 
Hannah, 24 — Pegg, 21 — Tom, 20 
— Isaac, 18 — Jacob, 13 — Nell, 11 
— George, 5 — Abraham, i — Suck, 
15- 

Hopkins, Gerrard 33 

Sarah 29 

Wallis, John Hopkins 8 mo. 

Negroes: Benn, 36 — ^Jane, 24 — 
Sail, 13 — Will, 7 — Susan, i. 

Harris, Daniel 31 

J. 

Johns, Skipwith 28 

Hannah 23 

M<^Clure, Ann (Hired Girl) 26 

Negroes: Jacob, 22 — Peter, 29 — 
Jupiter, 29 — Duke (Cripple), 29 
— Panoway, 12 — Policy, 10 — 
Dinah, 8. 

JoUey, John 42 



Ages 

Elizabeth 38 

Edward 17 

Sarah 15 

Ann 13 

Cassandria 11 

W- 8 

J ohn 6 

Elizabeth 2 V2 

Smith, John (appren) 16 

Chew, Richard (do) 20 

Conry, Margaret (Serv^t.) 17 

Negroes: Dampier, 50 — Daniel, 
23 — ^Judy, 40 — Suck, 28 — Will, 
12 — ^Joseph, 10 — Linty, 5 — Han- 
nah, 3 — ^Jane, V2- 

James, Robert 35 

Sarah 26 

John 9 

Thomas 7 

W- 5 

Robert 3 

Mary 4 mo. 

Jay, Stephen 43 

Hannah 40 

Elizabeth 13 

Hannah 12 

Samuel 7 

Joseph 5 

Thomas 2 

Martha i mo. 

Humphreys, Rich'^. (aServt.) . .40 

Lamford, James (do.) 35 

Negroes: 18 (names here omitted). 

Jones, Ruben 25 

Mary 27 

Joseph 10 mo. 

Jones, Joseph 91 

Patience 81 

Rachael 41 



i64 MARYLAND RECORDS 

Ages 
Johnston, Armstrong 25 

L. 

Lilley, William 45 

Linch, William 21 

Laughlin, William 38 

Rachael 34 

Sarah 11 

Mar>' 6 

Elizabeth 4 

W- 2 

Love, James 51 

Margarett 44 

Thomas 13 

Lee, James, Sen' 72 

Elizabeth 66 

Vancleave, Elizb"' 9 

Vancleave, Mary 8 

Negroes: 24 (names omitted). 

M. 

Morgan, William 32 

Cassandria 32 

Elizabeth 3 

Sarah l*/2 

Cassandria i 

Negroes: 10. 

Morgan, Lydia 46 

Mary 31 

Ruth 18 

Rob' 15 

Sarah 12 

Margret 7 

M'Williams, Christian 46 

Elizabeth 14 

M'Kenny, Joseph 22 

Morgan, John 36 

Mary 28 

Rachael 10 



-HARFORD COUNTY 

Ages 

Thomas 8 

Joel 6 

W- 4 

Elizabeth 2 

John 3 mo. 

Murray, Alexander 49 

Jane 50 

Mary 18 

John 15 

Elizabeth 14 

Archb"^ 12 

Sarah ID 

"Macklemurray," John 59 

Patrick (" Mackelmurray") . . .27 

Marg'. ("Mackelmurry") 25 

Starrat 2 

Charity 5 mo. 

Hawkins, John 8 

M-^Brayerta, Michael 27 

M-^Cullough, Tho^ 60 

Jane 53 

Williams, W- 8 

MCann, Arthur 21 

Kenny, Easter 69 

Mary 25 

Miller, Mary 41 

John 20 

Martha 16 

Hannah 14 

Miller, Joseph 31 

N. 
Nowland, Mary 25 

Norton, Stephen 26 

Sophia 20 

Lambden, Tho' 12 



DEER CREEK LOWER HUNDRED 



1 6= 



Ages 

Nott, William 33 

Jane 28 

Mary 6 

Sarah 4 

W» 2 

P. 

Patrick, John 34 

Elizabeth 29 

Margret 9 

John 7 

Ann 5 

Hugh 3 

Elizabeth 1V4 

Mary 1V4 

Little, Nathan 17 

Amos, J ohn 17 

Stephenson, John 25 

Stuart, Jane 20 

Rees, Alargrett 20 

Negroes: 3. 

Proctor, Richard 23 

Peacock, John 58 

Mary 39 

Mary 8 

Cassandria 5 

Jenkins, John 13 

Negroes: 13. 

R. 

Rigbie, Nathan 54 

Sarah 45 

Sheridine, Nathan 4 

Giles, Nathl's Children: 

Hannah 14 

Sarah 9 

Eliz"" 7 

Carolina 4 

Low, Deborah 43 

Wood, Eliz"'. (hired girl) 20 



Ages 
Servants: Henry Evans a Serv'. 

to Skip'''. Johns 35 

Harrod, Henry, do 35 

Negroes: Suckey (no Tax), 70 — 
and II others. 

Rees, Soloman 64 

Mary 62 

Rees, John 23 

Hector 30 

Rodgers, Samuel 34 

Susannah 25 

W- 14 

Rodgers, Mary 26 

Rodgers, Elizabeth 32 

Cassandra 4 

Rodgers, Joseph 28 

Rachael 16 

Rigbie, James 55 

Sarah 42 

James, Jun"^ 19 

Susannah 23 

Ann 12 

Mary 6 

Massey, Isaac 19 

Negroes : 11. 

S. 

Stapleton, Joshua 29 

Susan'' 26 

David 4 

Edward i 

Lydia 2 mo. 

Shaw, Armintha 23 

Ann 5 

Smith, Martha 40 

Ann 22 

Ralph 20 



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MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



Ages 

Sarah 15 

Martha 13 

Andrew 11 

Ruth 8 

Negro: Cesar, 30. 

W. 

Wells, Susannah 23 

Wells, Richard, Jun"' 20 

Wells, Richard, Sen'' 89 

Cassandra 31 

Daws, Elisha 20 

Negroes: 4. 

Wells, Richard, Jun' 60 

Jane 50 

Elizabeth 26 

Drusillah 17 

Sam' 14 

Mary 11 

Negroes: 7. 

Ward, Edward 67 

Cassandria 49 

Richard 21 

Avis 14 

Margret 9 

Hubbard, Geo. (Serv'.) 20 

Negroes: 3. 

Warner, Cuthbert 23 

Warner, Joseph 48 

Ruth 46 

Jas. J^ 21 

Hizekiah 15 

Aseph 19 

Mordecai 12 

Silas ID 

Wiggons, Joseph 30 

Sarah 28 

Tarace 7 

Bezleel 5 



Ages 

Hannah 3 

Cuthbert i 

Warner, Crosdale 47 

Mary 42 

Mary, J' 15 

Aaron 13 

Amos II 

Crosdale 9 

Sarah 7 

Agnes Crosdel Warner 4 

Asa 2 

Wilson, Benjamin 33 

Eliz'*" 27 

John 4 

Sarah 3 

Margret 2 

Mary i mo. 

J ohn Wilson 80 

Knight, Eliz"'. (Hired Girl) . . .21 
Negroes: 7. 

Worthington, John 42 

Prissilla 27 

Sarah 6 

Prissilla 4 

Henry 3 

John 2 

Negroes: Meriah (no Tax), 90 — ■ 
David (do), 87 — and 12 others. 

Worthington, Samuel 21 

Negroes: Cesar (no Tax) 70 — • 
and 5 others. 

Worthington, Charles 40 

Mary 32 

Sarah 11 

Joseph 9 

Charles 4 

Ann 2 

Margret i week 

Negroes: 9. 



DEER CREEK LOWER HUNDRED 167 

Ages Free Negroes Ages 

Wallis, Thomas 24 Nathan Rigbie set free: Will, 50— 

Wilson, Joseph 74 P^^^^^' /''' /'''^um^ children- 
Hannah 70 Grace, 36, and 3 children— Judy, 
Martha . . . . ................ 33 ^o, and i son— Parraway, 40. 

Mary 30 Philip Coale set free: Benn, 35. 

^ ■ ■ ■ Elizabeth Husbands set free: Sam, 

egroes. 7. ^_, — ^j^^^ ^^ — George, 26 — Moll, 

Wilson, Samuel 40 25 and her baby. 

Negro Tom 28. William Coale, Junr. set free: Ra- 

Wilson, Joseph Jun^ 41 chad, 36, and her son Ezekiel. 

Negro Ned 26. jas. Rigbie set free: Hager, 60 — 

,,, ,,. ur- >y Luckey, 27 — and 3 others. 

Wallis, Grace 54 ^ ' ^ 

"Phanney" 27 W". Coale set free: Betty (42) and 

Negroes: 10. Hannah, 2. 

Harford County, SS: May s^, 1777 Came W"°. Fisher and made oath on 
the Holy Evanjelest of almighty God that the within is a true list of all the 
peopels Names and ages in Deer Creek Lower Hundred as they were give 
in to him. 

Before W^. Webb. 



Received of the Committee of Harford County this i " day of July 1777 
Forty Shillings in full for taken the within Habitants of Deer Creek Lower 
Hundred. 

W"^. Fisher, Jun'. 



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MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



Census of 1776, Harford Lower Hundred, 
Harford County, 

"List of Inhabitants in Harford Lower Hundred Taken by W". Hollis, 



August 30, 1776." 

Ages 
Osborn, James Junr. (Tax) 31 

Osborne, Benjamin (Tax) 20 

Semelia 20 

Susannah 6 mo. 

Cord, Aquila 12 

Blacks: 12, of which 3 are taxed. 

Thomas, J ohn (Tax) 49 

Martha 36 

John, Junr 9 

Joseph 7 

Elizabeth 5 

William 3 

Hollis, Amos (Tax) 40 

Martha 30 

Amos, Junr 11 

Abirila 13 

William 8 

James 5 

Benjamin 3 

Cathrin 11 mo. 

Blacks: 3. 

Rhodes, George 35 

Chauncey Geo. Senr. (Tax) 68 

Benjamin (Tax) 17 

Margret 59 

Greenfield, Jacob 13 

Greenfield, Mary 9 

Blacks: 15. 

Little, George (Tax) 35 

Cathrin 44 

Ann II 

Prewit, James 2 

Blacks: 12. 



Ages 

Diction, Morris 43 

Drusilla 43 

Susan 18 

Sarah 16 

John 8 

Hannah 6 

Frances 3 

Reason, James (Tax) 18 

Beck, Caleb (Tax) 47 

Hannah 35 

Ann 14 

Hannah 10 

Joshua 8 

Bethsheba 5 

Sophia 3 

J ames X 

Jewry (?) Richd. (Tax) 34 

Negro: Bett, 55. 

Drew, James (Tax) 22 

Sarah 25 

Phillip 5 months 

Bennet, Joshua, "orphan". ... 4 
Negro: Cass "hiding," 15. 

Mires, John (Tax) 39 

Hannah 24 

James 3 

Leamah i 

Drew, Anthony, Senr. (Tax) 50 

Henry 18 

Mary 17 

Sarah 15 

Anthony, Junr 13 

Reason, John 14 

Blacks: 15. 



HARFORD LOWER HUNDRED 



169 



Ages 

Drew, Geo. (Tax) 25 

Letitisha 25 

Ann 4 

Anthony 2 

Rebecca 9 months 

Pettlehiser, Lewis (Tax) 20 

Kenard, Michael (Tax) 30 

Hannah 20 

Ann 10 

George 7 

Mary 6 

Michael 4 

James 3 

Folkner, Ann 43 

Folkner, Robt. (Tax) 22 

Curry, Brian (Tax) 27 

Blacks: 3. 

Osborn, William S^ (Tax) 53 

Blacks: 5. 

Farrell, Thos. (Tax) 35 

Phillips, Samuel 60 

Hanson, John Sen'. (Tax) 55 

Keziah 53 

John, Jun^ (Tax) 30 

Hollis (Tax) 28 

Elizabeth 18 

Phillips, Samuel 12 

Phillips, Martha 10 

Blacks: 6. 

Osborne, W°. Jun'. (Tax) 30 

Mary 26 

Cordelia 8 

Abariler 6 

Cyrus 4 

Cord, John 11 

Canfield, Ann 14 

Blacks: 4. 



Ages 

Osborn, James, Sen' 64 

Gean 55 

Martha 18 

Blacks: 4. 

Buckley, John 53 

Sarah 37 

James 11 

William 3 

Marcum, William (Tax) 45 

Blackstone, Thomas (Tax) 29 

Elizabeth 28 

J ames 8 

Thomas 6 

John 4 

Elizabeth 2 

Cormoway, Mickael (Tax) 33 

Elizabeth 19 

Brown, John (Tax) 26 

Ann 23 

Lowman, Elizabeth 52 

Crown, Henry (Tax) 45 

Jackson, Thomas (Tax) 33 

Sarah 18 

Beb, John (Tax) 2"/ 

Ogg, Stocke (?) 5 

Cordelia 6 months 

Black: Jonas, 14. 

Forwood, Jacob (Tax) 39 

Faithful 33 

Constance 10 

Gean 4 

Steel, Elizabeth 23 

Warner, Ludwick (Tax) 37 

Celly, Volintine (Tax) 27 

Celly, Mary 27 

Fitsimons, Patrick 13 

Blacks: 5. 



I70 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



Ages 

Lanagin, James (Tax) 35 

Chauncey, Cathrin * 24 

Chauncey, Elizabeth 5 

Chauncey, Margret 3 

Chauncey, Susan 3 

Chauncey, Mary i 

Williams, Mary 42 

Blacks: 5. 

Evans, Benjamin (Tax) 34 

Deaver, Thomas (Tax) 21 

Wadkins, John (Tax) 42 

Purify 41 

John 14 

WiUiam 13 

Amos 9 

Ann 2 

Hoy, Roger 58 

Brown, Thomas (Tax) 32 

Mary 26 

Jacob 6 

Elizabeth 3 

Mary i 

Gonins, George (Tax) 40 

Jones, Robert (Tax) 27 

Thomas, Marget 26 

Thomas, John i 

Suttone, Thomas (Tax) 22 

Blacks: 6. 

Hughs, John Hall (Tax) 34 

Ann Hall Hughs 22 

Everitt Hall Hughs 6 

John H 4 

Scott H 2 

James H 3 months 

Blacks: 3. 

"To Thos. Henderson, Dr." 



Ages 

Stephenson, Jonas (Tax) 25 

Stephenson, Rebeca 15 

Stephenson, Mary 2 

Kady John (Tax) 20 

Blacks: 2. 

Garrettson, Garrett f (Tax) 22 

Alley 20 

Benjamin 15 

Blacks: 2. 

Suttone, Samuel (Tax) 37 

Sarah 40 

Mary 15 

Marget 13 

Elizabeth 11 

Hannah 9 

Sarah 7 

Robert 7 

Ann 4 

Azel, Martha 15 

Eagle, James (Tax) 30 

Herringts, Thos. (Tax) 25 

Reed, Elizabeth 90 

Dacon, Francis (Tax) 42 

Mary 45 

Brooks, Thos 3 

Fisher, Amelia 52 

William 14 

Thos 12 

Asll 9 

Johnson, Mary 32 

Johnson, Samuel 5 

Johnson, Amelian 3 

Whitacre, John (Tax) 23 

Whitacre, Hezekiah (Tax) ... .21 

Isaac Whitacre, (Tax) 18 

M-^Gown, Ann 11 

Adams, John (Tax) 38 



* There is apparently an "S" following the age "24" in the original. 
t In small letters "Short" (?) appears before "Garrett Garretson." 



HARFORD LOWER HUNDRED 



171 



Ages 

Brown, Robert (Tax) 36 

Elizabeth 23 

John 2 

Sarah i 

Abirilah 8 months 

Blacks: 2. 

Megay, Robert (Tax) 48 

Sarah 38 

George (Tax) 17 

John 14 

Robert, Junr 12 

William 10 

Hugh 8 

J ames 6 

Alee 4 

Richards, John (Tax) 34 

Sheridine, Mary 30 

Curry, Vionah 18 

Oliver, James (Tax) 60 

Cathrin 60 

James, Junr 19 

Garland, Cathrin 14 

Brown, Sarah 2 

Burns, Mathew (Tax) 60 

Mary 41 

Nevel, Ruth 10 

Nevel, John 7 

Bennet, Benjamin (Tax) 50 

Gean 40 

Benjamin, Junr 13 

Vensieler, Alener 13 

Hanson, Benj. (Tax) 53 

Mary 21 

Abbrilah 13 

Elizabeth 11 

Luke 9 

Sarah 5 



Ages 

Tredway, Elizabeth 11 

Pitt, Frances (Tax) 23 

Blacks: 10. 

Munroe, William (Tax) 34 

Mary 32 

John 13 

Elizabeth 7 

Thomas 5 

William F i month 

Negro: Sail, 13. 

Macky, George (Tax) 30 

Vanhorn, Peter 15 

Hall, Edward (Tax) 28 

Blacks: 9. 

Hall, John, " Cry." (Tax) 57 

Barthia 52 

Avarile 20 

Orasilla 18 

Mary 16 

Eliz 13 

Gloglan, Patrick M.* (Tax), . .49 

Davis, Mary, A Hierlin 59 

Timons, Lawrance 45 

Scovin, Francis (Tax) 40 

Blacks: 26. 

Punteny, Joseph (Tax) 48 

Sarah 40 

Aquila (Tax) 17 

Ann 15 

Prisela 12 

George H 9 

Nelson 6 

Samuel 4 

James 2 

John 2 months 

Blacks: 3. 



* Possibly McGloglan, Patrick. 



172 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



Ages 

Giles, James (Tax) 26 

Ann 32 

Johanna 5 

Susanna i 

J acob W 2 months 

Fell, William 15 

Cooper, William (Tax) 35 

Caine, Edward (Tax) 25 

Duke, Thomas (Tax) 25 

Henry, Andrew 15 

Coulson, Mary 21 

Blacks: 15. 

Henderson, Sarah 39 

Chauncey, John (Tax) 26 

Nelson, John (Tax) 18 

Nelson, Aquila 10 

Nelson, Pesilla 7 

Henderson, George 2 

Blacks: 6. 

Diemer, John (Tax) 30 

Johanna 30 

Rachel 11 

Magee, Sarah 38 

Magee, Sarah Junr 12 

Blacks: 13, including Edward, 2 
days old. 

Armstrong, John (Tax) 47 

Ezebel 42 

William 12 

John 8 

Robert 5 

Ezebel 8 Days 

Williams, Elizebeth 3 

Gawley, William (Tax) 23 

Giles, Jacob at Bush Mills — ■ 

Wilkinson, J no. (Tax) 46 

Hyfield, Charles (Tax) 25 

Robins, J no. (Tax) 22 



Ages 

Williams Thos. (Tax) 20 

Reese, Sary 27 

MComas, Benjamin (Tax) 33 

Alexander (Tax) 30 

Mary 25 

Clark, Patrick 11 

Bennet, Peter (Tax) 51 

Mary 27 

Abram (Tax) 22 

Leaven (Tax) 16 

Sarah 14 

Peter 12 

Aquila 7 

Benjamin 2 

John II months 

Allham, Dniel (Tax) 25 

Negro: Luce, 15. 

Garrettson, Freeborn (Tax) 23 

Richard (Tax) 18 

Mahon, Thos. hireling (Tax). .25 
Blacks: 3. 

Eden, William (Tax) 31 

Sarah 26 

Jeremiah 8 

Elizabeth 6 

Benjamin 3 

Mary 10 months 

Codonia, Peter 15 

Boayer, Elizabeth. 

West, William 39 

Susanna 39 

Geo. W" 6 

Margt 4 

Sibyl 2 

Blacks: "Living at the Glebe," 9 
— "Living with W". West," 8. 

Diemer, Rachael 50 



HARFORD LOWER HUNDRED 



173 



Ages 

Hall, Aquila, Senr. (Tax) 49 

Sophia 44 

William 19 

Charlotta 18 

Mary 16 

John 14 

Edward 12 

Sophia II 

Martha 8 

Benedict 5 

Parker, J ohn (Tax) 21 

Asker, Jane 22 

M'^laughlin, James 15 

Negroes: 45. 

Copeland, George (Tax) 26 

Frances 22 

Mary 2 

CaUihan, Mical (Tax) 24 

Negroes: 5. 

Copeland, John (Tax) 22 

Blacks: 6. 

Phillips, James (Tax) 35 

Martha 32 

James 5 

Elizabeth P 3 

John P I 

Negroes: 28. 

Phillips, Susannah 23 

Negroes: 10. 

Gallion, Rachael 34 

Prisilla 17 

Sarah 15 

Abariller 12 

Phebe 10 

Martha 7 

George 5 

Mary 3 

Rachael i 



Ages 

Edwards, Joseph (Tax) 29 

Finna, Alender 20 

Handley, James (Tax) 25 

Garland, Henry 66 

Negro: Jacob, 15. 

Moubrey, Mary 29 

J ames 7 

Robert 5 

Mary I 

Gallion, Phibe 63 

Nathan (Tax) 27 

Christian 27 

Martha 23 

Sarah 3 

Blacks: li. 

Chauncey, George (Tax) 38 

Mary 29 

Sarah 10 

George 8 

Martha 4 

William I 

Blacks: 14. 

Ruff, John (Tax) 27 

Sarah 25 

Dansichlor, Elizabeth 33 

Christian, John (Tax) 21 

Blacks: 9. 

Reding, William (Tax) 39 

Ann 38 

Milcah 8 

John 3 

William 8 months 

Burchfield, Hannah 20 

Prisilla 16 

Adam 13 

Frances II 

Dunn, Thos. (Tax) 24 

Brown, James (Tax) 26 



174 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



Ages 

Linch, Daniel 35 

Mary 24 

Carty, Marget 45 

Young, William (Tax) 37 

Agness 28 

Agness, Junr 2 

Jones, Mary 18 

Blacks: 5. 

Young, George (Tax) 24 

Hollis, William (Tax) 50 

Sarah 48 

William, Junr. (Tax) 27 



Ages 

Clark 16 

Blacks: 8. 

Ore, Mary ig 

Rebecca 14 

Diction, Peter 54 

Marget 42 

Johannah 15 

\\'illiam 9 

Sarah 5 months 

Cambell, Ann 8 

Perry, John, Schoolmaster at the 
Church Denys to Give in his age 
or be numbered with the in- 
habitants. 



Harford County SS 7th Jany 1777 Came Wm. Hollis and made Oath 
that the above is a true list of Inhabitants Taken in Harford Lower 
Hundred and that he was Six Day taking the same list. 

J. B. Howard. 



Census of 1776, Susquehannah Hundred, 
Harford County 

"A List of Inhabitants in Susquehannah Hundred, Taken by Chas. 
Gilbert." * 

Ages 

Small, Robert 30 

Elizabeth 21 

John 9 months 

Beacor, George 15 

Hare, Patience 11 

Small, John 27 

Wilson, Andrew 46 

Lidiea 36 

James 10 



Ages 

Cathron 8 

Beniamin 4 

Andrew 2 

Hallett, John 25 

Prigg, Mary 25 

Brown, George 14 

Hare, Sarah, Widow 39 

Mary 17 

Sarah 6 

Daniel 3 



* This Census is written upon 32 pages g'/s 
cellent preservation. 



X 7V2". partly fastened together, and is in ex- 



SUSQUEHANNAH HUNDRED 



175 



Ages 

Rigdon, Charles 27 

Molton, Mathew 15 

Suilliven, Nathaniel 13 

Donovan, Wm 23 

Rachel 19 

Anos 6 months 

Durbin, Avariller 25 

DeHla 2 

Judd, Daniel 40 

Hanah 39 

Wiliam 17 

Daniel •. 1 1 

Joshua- 9 

Rachel- 8 

Ann. .- 6 

Elisabeth 3 

James 3 months 

Horton, Wm 53 

Elisabeth 32 

Wm 14 

Mary 12 

James 10 

Sarah 8 

Elisabeth 5 

Ruth I 

Negroes, 2. 

Cummins, Paul 35 

Hannah 27 

Sammuel 9 

James 3 

Barns, Joseph 45 

Horner, James 29 

Mary 28 

Elisabeth 7 

Thomas 6 

Casandrew 4 



Ages 

Mary Gilbert Horner i 

Baker, Jnny Mary 11 

Negroes, 2. 

Clarke, ElizaBeth 18 

Culver, Bemin 24 

Negro, I. 
Culver, Ann 62 

Negro, I. 
Suillovon, John 27 

Margret 18 

Coolley, John 21 

Rigdon, Sarah 62 

Sarah 23 

Pritchart, Mary 12 

Michael, Belsher 48 

Ann 28 

John 14 

James 13 

Bennet 8 

J acob 6 

Susannah 4 

Daniel 2 

Wm 8 months 

horten, John 23 

Negroes, 4. 

Macantraus, Hugh 24 

Feeby 31 

Mary ("Macantrass") . . .3 mos. 

Thomson, Edward 45 

Jamime 30 

Martha 10 

Mallon 6 

Mary 3 

Wm I 

Sullavin, James 17 



Bedelhall, John. 
Negroes, 5. 



.27 



176 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



Ages 

Hall, Josias 24 

Mccarty, Owing 22 

Negroes, 3. 

Choislin, Thomas 41 

Young, Thomas 40 

Chisholm, Thomas 11 

Chisholm, John 7 

Hampton, John 85 

Ann 84 

Mitchel, John 31 

Mary 34 

Gaberil 19 

Elisabeth 6 

Rachel 4 

Fradrick i 

Purkins, Ritchard 16 

Taylor, Ritchard 12 

Cortny, Thomas 32 

Sarah 27 

Jonas 10 

John 8 

Hollas 6 

Semelia 5 

Sarah 3 

Thomas 2 months 

Brown, James 13 

Negro, I. 

Knight, Jonathan 56 

Ellender 46 

HolHday, Mary 12 

West, Thomas 45 

Ann 39 

Elisabeth 17 

James 14 

Thomas 12 

Samuel 6 

Sarah 6 



Ages 

Mary 3 

ISaac I 

Perry, Wm 81 

Wm 26 

Ely, Hannah 27 

Macarty, Jacob 22 

Bendal, Joseph 38 

Mecarty, Mary 8 

Mecarty, Elisabeth 5 

Meginis, Mary 2 

Fort, Peter 30 

Mary 26 

Naney 5 

Franses 3 

Dority i 

Oure, John 20 

Hurley, Judy 15 

Barns, Zachariah II 

Tayler, Warter 19 

Steal, Joseph 25 

Elisabeth 23 

Elisabeth 50 

Rebeca. 5 

John 3 

Abreham 2 

Joseph I month 

Periman, John 43 

Martha 38 

ISaac 16 

John II 

Mary 9 

Marth 5 

Elisabeth 3 

Prise, Mary 27 

Prise, Wm 6 

Durben, Thomas 18 

Antel, John 59 

Blanch 44 



SUSQUEHANNAH HUNDRED 



177 



Ages 

Ann 15 

John 13 

Hannah 11 

Sarah 9 

Thomas 6 

West, Susanah 18 

Gilbert, Thomas 74 

Mary 57 

James 19 

Fanny 16 

Martha 11 

Hamby, Samuel 10 

Mccarty, Sarah 6 

Mecarty, Levy 4 

Steal, John 24 

Casandra 23 

Elisabeth I 

Gallion, James 47 

Ruth 45 

Thomis 18 

Gilbert 14 

Betty 13 

Cumfort 10 

Rachal 3 

Gilbert, Michael 31 

Sarah 22 

Thomas i 

Coal, Jane 56 

Elisabeth 18 

Thomas 14 

Ezecal 10 

Carrel, John 27 

Coal, James 25 

Sofiah 24 

John 6 

James 4 

Samilia 4 months 

Phillips, James 13 

13 



Ages 

Coal, Ephram 22 

Sophra 19 

Johnson, Samuel 17 

Pearson, Abel 43 

Mary 35 

Elisabeth 14 

Samuel 10 

Abel 7 

Joseph 5 

Orsburn, John 36 

Ann 37 

Sarah 15 

Elisabeth 12 

Amous ID 

John 8 

Bennet 6 

Aquillah 4 

Josias I 

Hamby, Sarah 35 

Fanney 33 

Delah 7 

James i 

Wm I 

Wm 4 

Welch, Wm 24 

Cord, Roger 20 

Glower, Mary 26 

Boyls, Thomas 40 

Mary 34 

Ebeth 9 

Jane 7 

Marthew 3 

Thomas 9 months 

Cowin, Isabella 15 

Smith, Henery 13 

Boner, John 12 

Cox, Wilm 58 

Mary 53 



178 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



Ages 

Mary Banes Cox 20 

Israel 13 

Rachel 11 

^ Negroes, 7. 

Wright, Charles 30 

Blackford, Thomas 66 

Evett, Wm 40 

Margret 26 

Muckelrath, Sarah 24 

Mackfail, Martha 26 

Slator, Thomas 18 

Glain, Margret 6 

Giles, Jacob, Junr 2^ 

Ame 21 

Guist, Amilia 21 

Alisabeth 2 

Tinlan [?], Mary 40 

Lovvel, John 22 

Reease, Robart 20 

Negroes, 11. 

At Rockrun 

Smith, Wm. and Jacob Giles, 

Junr. No ages given, 
hampton, David 25 

Negroes, 10. 

forrage, Crister 50 

Page, Mary 49 

Virthworth, William 43 

Sarah 46 

Sarah 8 

Negroes, 2. 

Mackfiel, Daniel 32 

Jaine 20 

Ann 2 

John 8 months 

Mecurdy, Archa 52 

Ellender 35 



Ages 

Margret 6 

Lemmon, Elisabeth 63 

Marshel, John 30 

Feby 26 

Henery 2 

Camneron, John 14 

Shea, Wm 51 

Elisabeth 32 

Thomas 11 

David 9 

Elisabeth 4 

Sarah 4 

Isabel 2 

Fitchgarel, Margret 23 

Mary I month 

Phillips, James 37 

Bethia Fillips 29 

Sarah Fillips 10 

James Fillips 4 

Barns, Bethia 71 

Closson, Peter 16 

Brown, Sarah 17 

Hapstone, Mary 7 

Negroes, 7. 

Deaver, David 29 

Mary 33 

Rebeccah 6 

Ann 4 

James I 

Porter, John 63 

Deavour, Mary 33 

Ellender Porter 14 

Sarah Porter 23 

Agnis Porter ID 

Margret 5 

Thompson, Mary 46 

John 25 



SUSQUEHANNAH HUNDRED 



179 



Ages 

Daved 23 

Jery 18 

James 16 

Elisabeth 13 

Chappell, Mary 8 

Chappell, James 7 

Bowlear, Peter 21 

Johns, Richard 43 

Taylor, Jane 40 

Hannah 17 

Mary 15 

Alryhan 13 

Evret (?), Wm., Junr 4 

Johns, Nathaniel 41 

Elisabeth 33 

Ann 13 

Ruth 12 

Franses 10 

Casandrew. 8 

Elisabeth 3 

William i 

Touchstone, Mary 18 

"Fre Negors," 8. 

Edwards, James 34 

Margret 30 

Thomas 6 

Mary 5 

Joseph 2 

Brown, EHsabeth 46 

Cowan, Elisabeth 16 

Cowing, Ann 8 

Brannon, Mary 4 

Howel, Samuel 22 

All, Margret 22 

All, Hannah i 

Howard, John 18 

Negroes, 4. 



Ages 

Giles, Jacob 73 

Johannah 57 

Johannah Giles Wartes 9 

Scot (?), Sukey 38 

Smith, Winston 4 

littleton, Ann 30 

Cannabal, Michael 27 

Husterfield, Charles 27 

Negroes, 18, of which one is called 
"Bumbrow." 

Gilbert, Michael 70 

Mary 60 

Samuel 23 

Mary 20 

Presbury, Elisabeth 13 

Negroes, 9. 

Wamigim, Thomas 50 

Ann 48 

Boman, Henry 40 

Ellener 41 

John 16 

David 14 

Henery 12 

Mary 10 

MarGret 9 

Affnea 7 

EUes 4 

ChrisTian 2 

Smith, Jabish 66 

Mary 62 

Luis 5 

Chesney, Richard 24 

Mary 24 

Wm 3 months 

Rumsey, John 33 

Martha 38 

Harritt 4 

Mary 2 

Negroes, 14. 



i8o 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



Ages 

Scantlin, John 23 

Rachel 23 

James i 

Haukins, Robart 59 

Lidia 56 

Richard 23 

Ellisabeth 11 months 

Averiller 25 

Nancy 3 

Robert 2 

Negroes, 5. 

Haukins, Wm 27 

Sarah 25 

Joseph 5 

Margret 4 

Elisabeth 2 

Musgrove, Franses 30 

Negro, I. 

Vanhorn, ESeacall 26 

Sary 21 

Jessay 6 months 

Smith, Cathron 44 

Litten, Samuel 39 

Ann 35 

Clemnency 17 

Sarah 15 

AHsabeth 13 

Mary 1 1 

Susannah 9 

Samuel 7 

Ruth 5 

Ann 2 

Fulk, Mary 17 

Craford, John 72 

Negro, Peter, 70. 

Deven, Hugh 22 

Mary 27 

Hugh I 



Ages 

Hursbend, Joseph 39 

Mary 34 

Puesly, Lidia 18 

Root, Mary 25 

Aldmand, Sarah 18 

Slond, Sarah 16 

Josua " Husband " 11 

Mary "Hursband" 9 

Sarah " Husband " 7 

Hannah "Husband" 5 

Ann "Hursband " 2 

Joseph "Husband". . . .4 months 
Negro, I. 

Root, Daniel 57 

Ann 56 

Danniel 26 

Jean 21 

John 19 

James 15 

Margret 13 

Richard 11 

Pervail, Gidian 29 

Mary 18 

Margret 8 months 

Cover, Robert 15 

harres, James 12 

harres, John 15 

Scotten, Lucey 20 

Negroes, 3. — - 

Lampper, John 33 

Margret 37 

Death, James 56 

Soffiah 60 

Wm 21 

Charity 18 

George Simes Death 14 

Negroes, 5. 

Farmer, John 34 



SUSQUEHANNAH HUNDRED 



Ages 

Snodgrass, Wm 36 

Cathroan 36 

Roberd 13 

Margret 14 

James 11 

Mary 8 

Wings, Arther O 25 

Curswell, Wm 62 

Esabeellah 50 

Robert 22 

Mary 19 

James 59 

Robert 33 

Mary 74 

Negroes, 9. 

Knight, Sarah 55 

Mary 22 

Slone, John 58 

Mary 37 

Saras 13 

Elisabeth 10 

Hennery 6 

Ramsey, Wm 53 

Mary 40 

Andrew 22 

Alisabeth 17 

Jane 14 

J ames 11 

Wm 7 

Thomas 3 

Negroes, 2. 

Murfey, James 38 

Elisabeth 37 

Rosannah 80 

Franses 12 

John 6 

Rosannah 3 

Alea I 



Ages 

Bayles, Samuels 40 

Elisabeth 26 

Samuel 18 

Elis 16 

John 13 

Feaby 11 

Mary 9 

Mehetabet 6 

Sarah 3 

Silvers, Mellison 41 

Wm 21 

Mary 16 

Margret 14 

Ammons 12 

David 7 

Sarah 6 

Rachel 5 

James 3 

Silvers, Benjamin 24 

Afifey 26 

John ID 

Gashim 4 months 

Smith, Sarah 11 

Bayles, " Biamin" (Benj.?) 42 

Debbrow 40 

Feby 19 

Robert 17 

Hannah 15 

Sarah 12 

Samuel 8 

Benjaman 2 

Debrow 6 months 

Augustus 46 

Hoges, John 26 

CoUerage, Wm 25 

Forgerson, Andrew 33 

Abigill 35 

David 12 



1 82 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



Ages 

Annah lo 

Samuel Smith 6 

Elisabeth 4 

Andrew 2 

Beniamin 6 months 

Clowes, George 36 

Elisabeth "Clows" 36 

Cathron 5 

Gorge 3 

John 9 months 

Swarth, Samuel 37 

Catherine 38 

Gorge 14 

Mary 13 

Samuel 11 

Sarah 9 

Peter 7 

Christian 4 

David 3 

Isaac 3 months 

Steaverson, John 28 

^ Brown, Freeborn 32 

j^ Crummel, Neger Oliver 21 

Negroes, 4 others. 

Steal, Abraham 25 

Sarah 25 

Josua 3 

Casandra 3 months 

Jimmison, John 35 

Mary 33 

Marthie 76 

Ellexander 37 

Marthie 4 

Sarah 2 

William 6 

Long, Ellender 21 



Ages 

Lee, James 25 

Smith, Thomas 55 

Hannah 46 

Hugh 22 

Elisabeth 16 

James 14 

Samuel 1 1 

Mary and W-" 9 

Hannah 8 

Nathaniel 4 

Negro Jeff, 40. 

Vandigrift, George 30 

Mary 22 

Elisabeth 5 months 

Crues, Nicollous 80 

Mary 80 

Purkins, John 51 

Orusan, Mary 12 

Crues, John * 48 

Elisabeth "Crusan" 33 

Michael " Crusan " 11 

John "Crusan" 9 

Mary " Crusan" 6 

Garret " Crusan " 3 months 

Negro, I. 

Wood, George 37 

Wartus, Godfrey 37 

Negroes, 4. 

Culver, Robert 29 

Johannah 3^ 

Mary 2 

Benjaman I 

Trass, Hugh mackan 24 

Negroes, 2. 

Marten, Wm 29 



♦The arrangement seems to confirm the supposition that the head of this family is John 
Crusan, though written "Crues" — G. M. B. 



SUSQUEHANNAH HUNDRED 



183 



Ages 

Harthorn, John 52 

Margret 37 

Jane 15 

Robert 13 

Agnis ID 

Margery "Harthhorn" 9 

Margrit "Harthhorn" 7 

Mary "Harthhorn" 5 

John "Harthhorn" 3 

Marthy "Harthhorn" i 

Clarke, John 26 

Mecan, Patrick 26 

EHsabeth 27 

John 4 

Charles 2 

Daniel i 

Umbel, Isaac 36 

Cathran 24 

Mary 3 

Smith, Patrick 62 

Elisabeth 60 

Gorge 15 

Elisabeth 15 

Bayles, Nathaniel 28 

Sarah 26 

Ann 3 

Samuel I 

Sutten, Edward 17 

Negro, I. 

Bayles, "Jamas" 22 

Bots, George 45 

Margret 37 

Mary 17 

Charity 15 

John 14 

Gorge 13 

Ruth II 



Ages 

Rachel 6 

Sarah 5 

Elisabeth 2 

Isaac 6 months 

Wood, Josua 24 

Donnovan, "Donovan," Daniel. .58 

Hanah 43 

Danniel 25 

Jacob 21 

Thomas 21 

John 16 

Elisabeth 14 

Joseph 9 

Martha 7 

Ephram 5 

Arnold, Wm 50 

Cumfort 56 

Brown, Mary 8 

Brown, Jacob 4 

Croscil (Oroscil?) 22 

Arnold, Ephram 24 

Marah 40 

Wm 3 

Taylor, Elisabeth 15 

Mitchel, James 22 

Preston, Elisabeth 71 

Watkins, Elisabeth 16 

Roberson, Sarah 11 

Barns, Wm 41 

Margret 41 

John 16 

Wm 14 

Sarah 13 

Ford 9 

Rachel 6 

Elisabeth 3 

Gotten, John 50 

Butler, MarGret 16 

Negro, I. 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



Ages 

Armstrong, Josua 44 

Margret 37 

Sollaman 18 

Mary 16 

Ford 13 

Margret 9 

Joseph 7 

Hannah 4 

Alishea 2 

Bruer, James 40 

Elisabeth 40 

Jacob 20 

Elisabeth 12 

John II 

Marah 8 

Sarah 4 

James 2 

Wm 4 months 

Mitchel, Kent 33 

Hannah 33 

Shadick 10 

Elisabeth 8 

Mary 5 

Thomas 3 

Sarah i 

Rachel 27 

Asel 6 months 

Rogers, John 47 [?] 

Barnes, James 45 

Benjamin 18 

Sarah 16 

Annah ID 

Elisabeth 4 

Cantler, Wm 38 

Mary 33 

Casander 10 

Wm 5 

Elisabeth 3 

Ellabeller 5 months 



Ages 

Mitchel, James 24 

Martha 24 

Martha 4 

Kent 2 

Wm 28 

Negro, I. 

Barns, Ruth 47 

Ford 13 

Hosea 11 

Asyl 9 

Beck, Elisabeth 26 

Negro, I. 

Barns, Bennet 23 

Hestor 22 

Durben, Thomas 16 

Mitchel, Wm 28 

Clemmency 27 

Barker 7 

Shurlotter 4 

Elisabeth 3 

Negro, I. 

Barns, EUisabeth 45 

Ruth 16 

Margret 14 

Williams, John 32 

Elisabeth 21 

Negroes, 2. 

Kirns, Margret 30 

Elisabeth 11 

Matthew 7 

Mary 3 

Power, Wm 56 

Elisabeth 50 

Boner, Nathan 25 

Boner, Cathran 15 

Boner, John 13 

"Bouner," David 10 



SUSQUEHANNAH HUNDRED 



185 



Ages 
Doleman, Sarah 35 

Wood, James 43 

Elisabeth 40 

Posuarus? 15 

John 13 

EHsabeth 11 

Susana 9 

Roles, Joseph 29 

Mary 20 

Matthew i 

Larance, John 30 

Margret 30 

Elexander 8 

John I 

Welch, Thomas 32 

Hannah 26 

Ruth 6 

Griffetth, John 50 

Averilla "Griffin" 34 

Hannah 14 

Elisabeth 12 

Fanney 9 

Mary 8 

James 4 

Wm 2 

Negro, I. 

Standly, Wm 69 

Margret 58 

Mitchel, Edward 50 

Rachel 37 

Aquiller 7 

Ann 3. 

Rachel i 

Negroes, 3. 

Meake, Andrew 28 

Martha (" Meeke ") 27 

Esteher 5 



John 2 

Martha 2 

Adam i month 

Crage, John 30 

Thoritan, Elisabeth 22 

West, Enock 56 

Elisabeth 43 

Enock 10 

Wm 7 

Williams, James 26 

Margret 22 

Wm 3 

Susannah 2 

Mary 13 

Williams, Wm 52 

Sarah 43 

Barnet 19 

Martha 15 

Frances 13 

Margret 12 

Ephrame 9 

Eseakel 7 

Sarah 5 

John 3 

"Coer" "Coon" [?], John (No 
age) " Tochua, Wood " [?X . . .25 

Porter, Wm 41 

Elisabeth 37 

Roberson, EUender 37 

Eseakel 5 

Molten, Ann 16 

Rees, John 48 

Cathron 50 

Margret 21 

Joseph 20 

John 16 

James 13 



1 86 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



Ages 

Abreham lo 

William 6 

Miller, Margret 45 

Sammuel 21 

Agnis 19 

" Fhomisdike " 12 

Sarah 10 

Mary 4 

Anderson, Daniel 45 

Sarah 39 

Mary 18 

Sarah 15 

Margret 13 

Charles 9 

Prissiller 2 

Negroes, 6. 

Mackfaddin, Joseph 41 

Cox, Wm. Junr 25 

Rachel 25 

Mary i 

Wm 3 months 

Bonner, John 46 

Christan 40 

Arther 17 

Martha 14 

John II 

Ann 8 

Barnney 6 

Charles 4 

Mitchel, Micajah 24 

Averrillah 19 

Martha 2 

Negroes, 2. 

"Jehugh a free Neger, 65," and 5 
others. 

Keen, Timmothy 37 

Ann 40 

Rebekah 18 



Ages 

AQuillah 15 

Timmothy 10 

John 8 

Sarah 5 

Wm 3 

"Mary a negro, 45" and 14 
others. 

Wilson, Wm 56 

Casandra 65 

Negroes, 9. 

Wilson, Samuel 22 

Mary 24 

Negroes, 9. 

Wilson, Rachel 26 

Negroes, 7. 

" Cononal At quillah halls quartr." 

Wilson, William 36 

Negroes, 27. 

Wilson, Wm 36 

Rooth 23 

Mary 3 

Sarah 7 months 

Negroes, 5. 

Mecendlis, William 25 

Elisabeth 25 

Sarah 6 

John 4 

Ester I month 

Homes, Ann 22 

Negroes, 6. 

Logue, Wm 60 

Mary 48 

Cathran 19 

Wm 16 

Mary 14 

Charity 12 

Elisabeth 9 



SUSQUEHANNAH HUNDRED 



187 



Ages 

Walker, James 36 

Elender 37 

Elisabeth 10 

Gorge 5 

Ann 3 

James 6 months 

Vanhorn, Richard 18 

Henson, Jacob 19 

Brown, Gustus 16 

Negro, I. 

Cruse, Richard 50 

Elisabeth 49 

Elisabeth "Crues" 19 

Catharine "Crues" 19 

Richard "Crues" 17 

Paydan, Thomas 15 

Vandigraft, Richard 8 

Stiles, Elisabeth i 

Campton, "Richarg" 19 

Marten, Edward 26 

Mary 17 

Margret I 

Mils, Robert 71 

Susannah 62 

John 23 

Lookket, John 31 

Grant, James 29 

Donohue, Margret 18 

Grooms, Mary 13 

medowel, Mary "Marymedowel 
60" 60 

Daverson, John 37 

Sarah 31 

Agnis " Deverson" 3 

Daniel " Deverson " 4 

Elisabeth "Deverson ".9 months 
Negro, I. 



Ages 

Nutwell, Daniel 35 

Minty 19 

Bennet 2 

Negro, I. 

Hill, John 50 

Margret 40 

Harmin 19 

John 15, 

Samiel 8 

Elisabeth 6 

Aurilla 2 

Gover, Phillip 57 

Mary 42 

Sam II 

Elisabeth 9 

Garrat & Robert 7 

Phillip & Hennery 5 

Prisslller 3 

Negroes, 23. 

Wilson, John 38 

Alianna 32 

Christopher 11 

Isaac 9 

John 7 

Sarah 5 

James 3 

Margret i 

gill, John 74' 

Roberson, Amelia 13 

Negro, I. 

Wilson, Peter 25 

Cox, John 30 

Sarah 30 

Mary 7 

John 2 

Sarah 3 months 

W^eaver, Casper 16 

Negro, I. 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



Ages 

Power, Nicoles 50 

Grant, Ann 22 

Pritchard, James Junr 33 

Elisabeth 18 

John 14 

Sarah 4 months 

Pritchard, James 63 

EHsabeth 58 

Harmon 20 

Sammuel 15 

Benjamin 13 

Daniel Jams 3 

Pritchard, Elisabeth 26 

Elisabeth 2 

Rees, Sollimin 32 

Averilla 33 

John 8 

George 7 

Sarah 5 

Margret 3 

Sarah 2 months 

Spenser, Roland 63 

"Jame" 63 

Ritchard 28 

Wilcock, John 76 

Wilcock, John 14 

Brukes, Susanah 19 

Ray, Gorge 37 

Cathron 31 

Mary 6 

Robert 4 

Samuel i 

Gallion, James 50 

Ruth 57 

Thomas 19 

Gibert 16 

Elisabeth 12 



Ages 

Cumfort 9 

Rachel 4 

Mitchel, Kent 52 

Molten, John 13 

Negroes, 2. 

Pots, Rynard 51 

Cathran 46 

Cathran ("potts") 17 

Jacob ("potts") 14 

John (" potts") ID 

Elisabeth ("potts") 2 

David, Reed 38 

Cord, Elisabeth 55 

Susana 24 

Neomie 14 

Jacob II 

Fowler, Patrick 30 

Elisabeth 24 

Joseph 6 

John 4 

Wm 2 

David 6 months 

Smith, Mary 80 

Gallion, Samuel 30 

Sarah 21 

Mary 2 

Knight, Thomas 30 

Margret 25 

Wm 6 

Mary 5 

Elisabeth 3 

"Light" 2 

Barns, Grigary 42 

Elisabeth 38 

Ford 15 

Richard 14 

Rachel 13 



SUSQUEHANNAH HUNDRED 



189 



Ages 

Grigory 11 

Mary 9 

Sarah 6 

"Fiariner" 4 

John 2 

Averilla i, 

Negroes, 4. 

Knight, George 42 

Martha 31 

Debrow 15 

Hannah 11 

Elisabeth 9 

Susannah 5 

AQuiller 2 

Mitchel, Thomas 33 

Ann 32 

Elisabeth 8 

Sarah 6 

Ritchard 5 

Barnet 3 

Averilla i 

Taylor, Aquiller 13 

"Bayles" [[Bayley?] 64 

Margret " Baley " 46 

Charles "Bayley" 23 

Aquillea "Bayley" 21: 

Bennidick "Bayley" 17 

Sarah "Bayley" 15 

Eseakel " Bayley" 12 

Averilla " Bayley " 10 

Mitchel, James Weaver 51 

Jane 34 

Elaxanders 6 

James 3 

Sarah 3 months 

Stuard, Alexander 55 

Ann 55 

Wm 13 



Ages 

Ann II 

Mary 20 

Margret 10 

"Boner," Elisabeth Widow 33 

Robert 14 

Mary "Bonner" 10 

Wm. "Bonner" 8 

Brise "Bonner" 6 

Margret "Bonner" 4 

Elisabeth "Bonner" i 

Chandley, James 56 

Susannah 49 

Mohan, John 42 

Judy 38 

Edward 13 

John II 

Margret 9 

James 7 

Mary 5 

Elisebeth 3 

Wm I 

Deaver, Sarah widow 46 

Samuel ("Deavour") 13 

David 10 

Hughs, "Amea's" Widow 60 

Hughs, John 24 

Jane 20 

James 7 months 

Negroes, 2. 

Bayley, Josias 26 

Averilla 17 

Negro, I. 

"at Samuel Thomases Quorter." 
II negroes. 

Hughs, Nathaniel 26 

West, Robert 39 



1 90 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



Ages 

Ann 36 

Elisabeth 15 

Benjamin 12 

Hannah 10 

John 8 

Mary 7 

Martha 4 

Michael 3 

Ephram 2 

Williams, Morras 60 

Prissilla 50 

Mary 22 

Martha 19 

John 15 

Ann II 

Wm 9 

Ford, James 35 

Oleve 20 

Mecool, Mary 60 

Beale, Thomas 59 

Knight, "Jame" or "Jane" [?]• 17 

Stump, Henary 48 

Rachel 40 

Mary 16 

John 22 

Henery 15 

Rubin 10 

William 8 

Elisabeth 6 

Hannah 3 

Esther 2 

Negroes, 8. 

Dots, John 43 

Elisabeth 33 

Sarah 12 

Ann 10 

Isaac 7 

James 2 

Negroes, 3. 



Ages 

Wood, Isaac 85 

Elisabeth 70 

Martin, Elaxander 40 

Martha 34 

Isaac 7 

Fleetwood, Beniamin 35 

Hannah 28 

Ann 3 

Wilmonton, Joseph 15 

Cothlon, John 61 

Hannah 50 

Mary 18 

Roberson, Abraham 27 

Elisabeth 23 

Sarah 5 

John 5 months 

Knight, Light 59 

Rachel 46 

Wm 20 

Mary 26 

Rachel 16 

Isaac 12 

Sarah 9 

Hannah 5 

Gudding, Margrit 40 

Ann ("Goodings") 15 

Moses ("Goodings") 11 

Hagon, Cathran 60 

Gorrel, Issabellah 46 

John 24 

Wm 21 

Joseph 20 

Thomas 19 

Esther 15 

James 14 

Hannah 1 1 



SUSQUEHANNAH HUNDRED 



191 



Ages 
"Sarah A free Neger" and 2 
children. 

Durbin, Mary 30 

Amos 2 

Ehsabeth 8 months 

Rutter, Richard 30 

Ann 24 

Esther 2 

Sarah i 

Gipson, Robert 15 

Whiticer, Mary 18 

Durbin, Fransis 28 

Ann 26 

Mary 5 

Gilbert, Martin Taylor 35 

Martha 31 

Mary 1 1 

Charles 7 

Maren Taylor 4 

Elisabeth i 

Negro, I. 

Brannon, Patrick 62 

Darkes 42 

Wm 16 

Hannah 12 

Ellender Ii 

John 8 

Joseph 4 

Jane 2 

Rees, Joseph 40 

Aberam 35 

Jane 88 

Brown, Sarah 30 

Jane 7 

Cowen, Wm 52 

Judy 52 

Mary 28 

Susannah 18 



Ages 

Thomas 21 

Eddward 15 

Stephen II 

Rachel 9 

White, Richard 30 

Sarah 25 

Margret 3 

Ann I 

Biars, Ephraim 28 

Gilbert, Charles 53 

Elisabeth 53 

Michael 21 

Elisabeth 18 

Sarah 16 

Hare, Robert 17 

Negroes, 12. 

Durbin, Averiller 17 

Dilling, Larrance 27 

Catherene 24 

Dilling, Gorge 40 

Marther 30 

John 6 

Edward 5 

Robberd 3 

Hannah 2 months 

Baker, Nicolis. . . ; 28 

Agnes 23 

Josaway 14 

Hare, James 11 

Trame (Frame?) John 19 

Stareman, Alisabeth 11 

Harbet, Benjamin 53 

Grase 58 

Benjamin 23 

Hall, Rebecah 21 

Savage, Gorge 30 



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Ages 

Burten, Jane 62 

]Mar>' 38 

GifFeth, Hannah 25 

Culber, Levy 3 

Gallion, John 25 

Mary 56 

Mathew 34 

Hughs, Elie (EHel?) 9 

Cussans, John 3 

Megill, \Vm 42 

Elisabeth 26 

John 5 

Mary i 

Ars, John 22 

Negro, I. 

Cummans, PhiUip 66 

Sarah ("Cummins") 54 

John ("Cummins") 23 

Casandra ("Cummins") 20 

Benjamin ("Cummins") 19 

Sammuel ("Cummins") 17 

Andrew ("Cummins") 13 

Patterson, Gorge 27 

Gardener, Elexander 26 

Negroes, 12. 

Goseph, Barns 45 

Anderson, Charles 42 

Mar>' 42 

Daniel 19 

Grase 18 

Sarah 16 

Charles 13 

Richard ' 11 

James 9 

Wm 7 

Amous 4 

Perry, Thomas 56 



Ages 

Margret 32 

Sarah 11 

Jane 9 

Thomas 6 

Wm 4 

Peter i 

Donohue, Danniel 33 

Judd, Wm 34 

Ann 34 

Wm 6 

Daniel 4 

Saran and Jane 3 

Deaver, Aquillar 15 

Gilbert, Parker 36 

Elisabeth 37 

Sarah 10 

Parker 8 

Gidian 7 

Michael 4 

Prissiller I 

Negroes, 2. 

Smith, Benjamin 30 

Mary 26 

Mary 21 

Sarah I 

Greandland, Richard 32 

Homes, Merear 21 

Gilbert, Michael 42 

Mary 36 

Aquiller 18 

James 16 

Sarah 14 

Michael 10 

Mathew 8 

Wm 5 

Amous 2 

Negroes, 4. 

Biards, James 33 



SUSQUEHANNAH HUNDRED 



193 



Ages 

Casander 24 

Jane 3 

Rachel 8 months 

"at Harison Thomases Quorter." 

Harris, Joseph 23 

Negroes, 20. 

Mohon, Wm 39 

Jane 37 

Ann 13 

Cathron 1 1 

Martha 9 

John 7 

Wm 2 

Hadaway, Richard 40 

Sarah 26 

Hargrove, Richard 35 

Rachel 30 

Ruth 4 

Casandra 4 months 

Hambelton, George 9 

Knight, David 49 

David 21 



Ages 

Ezekel 7 

Green, Elisabeth 30 

Spenser, Heanary 50 

Agnes 46 

James 21 

John 19 

Jare 17 

Cathron 15 

Heanary 12 

Agnes 10 

Thomas 8 

Wm 7 

Sarah 5 

Lenard 4 

Mary 3 

Elisabeth & Ruth i" 

Gorrel, Abraham 50 

West, James 40 

Ann 33 

Mary 14 

Heanary 11 

Ann 8 

James 6 

Sarah i 



Mary. 
John. 



13 Pritchard, Obidiah, Sr. Black . 
9 Stephen 



•30 
15 

The Number of The inhabitance Taken in ye Susquehana Hundred in 
the year 1776 is 1581 — the white People is 1300 — the negros is 281 — 1581. 

Harford County S'. 7 Day January 1777 Then Came Charles Gilbert 
before me the Suscriber one of the Justices of the Peace for the aforesaid 
County & made Oath on the Holy Evangelist of Allmighty God that 
the above List is a True account of the Number of Inhabitants of Susque- 
hannah Hundred as Given into me to the Best of his Knowledge Sworn 
to Before me 

J. Beale Howard 

NB. He further makes Oath that he was Ten Days taking the above 
List of Inhabitants, before J. B. Howard. 



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194 MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 

A List of the Inhabitants of Harford Co^Y; 
taken in 1776. 

Whites Blacks 

Spesutia lower Hundred 790 650 

Do. upper Do 767 340 

Harford lower Hundred 415 352 

Do. upper Do 548 194 

Susquehanna Hundred 1,300 281 

Bush River lower Hundred 658 275 

Do. upper Do 623 77 

Deer Creek lower Hundred 460 374 

Do. upper Do 960 122 

Eden Hundred i ,008 108 

Broad Creek Hundred 318 24 

Gun Powder lower Hundred 683 331 

Do. upper Do 893 214 

Total 12, 765— 9,423 3,342 

NB. The List of David Sweeney of Broad Creek Hundred, could not 
be obtained during the time of the sitting of the Committee, when got, 
was not proved could not assertain the time he was taking the List, 
but agreed to take Twenty Shillings for his Trouble which was paid 
by AG— . 



QUEEN ANN'S COUNTY 



Queen Anns County, Town Hundred, Census 
of 1776, 

It should be noted that this original enumeration places the oldest 
persons first and classes them as "Above 21" and they are here designated 
as "a"; "b" means "Between 16 and 21"; "c" means "Between 12 
and 16"; "d" means "Under 12," and "e" means "Total." "x" 
means "White males" and "z" means "White females"; "n" means 
"Blacks." 

' ' Heads of Families" : 

Anderson, For Doctor James, 34 n. 
Anderson, John, i ax, 2 az, i dx, 2 dz — 2 ex, 4 ez;i5 n. 
Arescott, Richard, i ax, i az, i bx, I ex, i cz — 3 ex, 2 ez; 2 n. 
Adkey, Nathan, i ax, i az, i dx — 2 ex, I ez. 
Austin, Absalom, i ax, 2 ex, 2 dz — 3 ex, 3 ez. 
Ashley, Thomas, i £ix, i bz — i ex, i ez; 2 n. 
Burrell, Thomas, i ax, i az — i ex, i ez. 
Boots, Nathaniel, i ax, i az, i dz — i ex, 2 ez. 
Brown, W""., Mason, i ax, i az, i cz, i dx, 2 dz — 2 ex, 4 ez; 7 n. 
Boots, Samuel, i ax, i az — i ex, i ez; in. 
Barber, Thomas, i ax, i az — i ex, i ez. 

Betts, Hezekiah, 2 ax, 3 az, 2 bx, i ex, i dz — 5 ex, 4 ez; 9 n. 
Blervet, Charles, i ax, i az, i ex, i cz, 3 dz — 2 ex, 5 ez. 
Burchanall, Jeremiah, I ax, 3 az, 2 bx, i bz, i dz — 3 ex, 5 ez; 3 n. 
Bateman, John, i ax, i az, i dx, 2 dz — i ex, 3 ez. 
Benton, John, 3 ax, i az, i bx, 2 dx, 3 dz — 6 ex, 4 ez; 15 n. 
Brown, John, 2 ax, 2 az, i cz — 2 ex, 3 ez; 38 n. 
Byrn, Mary, 2 az, i bz, i ex, i cz, 4 dx — 5 ex, 4 ez; 12 n. 
Bateman, James, "Taylor," I ax, i az, 2 ex, i dx, 3 dz — 4 ex, 4 ez; 2 n. 
Boots, Jacob, i ax, i az, i bx, i cz, 2 dz — 2 ex; i ex, 4 ez; i n. 
Brown, Samuel, i ax, i az, i bz, i ex, i dx, i dz — 3 ex, 3 ez; 13 n. 
Benton, Ninson, 3 ax, 2 az — 3 ex, 2 ez; 13 n. 
Benton, Ninson, Junr., 2 ax, i az, 2 ex, 3 dx, 2 dz — 7 ex, 3 ez. 
Benton, William, i ax, i az, 3 dx, i dz — 4 ex, 2 ez; 3 n. 
Brown, William, 2 ax, i az, 2 bz, i ex, 4 dx — 7 ex, 3 ez; 17 n. 
Burk, David, Schoolmaster. 
Betts, Solomon, 2 ax, 3 az. 

Bolton, George, i ax, l az, i bx, i bz, i ez, i dx, 2 dz — 3 ex, 5 ez; in. 

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Bateman, Michael, 2 ax, 3 az, 2 ex, I cz, i dz — 4 ex, 5 ez. 

Bustles, John, i ax, I az, 2 dx, 2 dz — 3 ex, 3 ez. 

Butler, Thomas, i ax, i ex, i cz, i dx, i dz — 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Benson, Mary, 2 az, 2 dx, I dz — 2 ex, 3 ez. 

Bennett, Jean, i az, i dz — 2 ez. 

Colvin, William, i ax, i az, i ex — 2 ex, i ez. 

Corbert, Isaac, 3 ax, i az, i dz — 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Certain, William, I ax — i ex; 2 n. 

Chatham, Elizabeth, 2 az, i bz — 3 ez; 9 n. 

Cossin, Asel, i ax, i az, I bx, i bz, 2 ez, I dx, i dz — 3 ex, 5 ez. 

Coleman, Roger, i ax, i az, i bx, 2 ex, i cz, 3 dx, 2 dz — 7 ex, 4 ez. 

Cavillare, Charles, 2 ax — "4 ex, 2 ez"; i n. 

Carson, Robert, I ax, i az, I dz — i ex, 2 ez. 

Comegys, John, 2 ax, 3 az, i bx, i bz, i ex, i cz, 2 dx, 4 dz — 6 ex, 9 ez. 

Comegys, Sarah, i az, I ex, i dz — I ex, 2 ez; in. 

Coppage, Philemon, I ax, i az, i bx, i cz, 2 dx — 4 ex, 2 ez; 5 n. 

Chavies, Thomas, 2 ax, i az, 3 dx, 2 dz — 5 ex, 3 ez; 2 n. 

Conner, Sech, 8 n. 

Carmichael, William, 14 n. 

Carmichael, Walter, 3 ax, i az, I dx, i dz — 4 ex, 2 ez; 24 n. 

Coleman, William, I ax, i az, 2 bx, 2 ex, 2 dx — 7 ex, I ez. 

Carmon, William, 2 ax, 2 az, I dz — 2 ex, 3 ez. 

Cohee, John, i ax, i az, 2 dx, i dz — 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Coleman, Derias, i ax, i bz, i dx, I dz — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Cunningham, Thos., I ax, i az, 3 bz, i dx — 2 ex, 4 ez; i n. 

Cox, John, I ax, 2 bx, i bz, i dx — 4 ex, I ez; 3 n. 

Coursey, Thomas, "For," 5 n. 

Cavinder, Nathl., i ax, i az, 2 dz — i ex, 3 ez. 

Comer, William, i ax, 2 az — i ex, 2 ez. 

Carson, Mary, 2 az, i bz, i dx, 2 dz — i ex, 5 ez. 

Davis, John, 2 ax, i az, i ex, l dz — 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Dudley, Abner, 2 ax, 3 az, 2 bx, i ex, i dx — 7 ex, 2 ez; 5 n. 

Demster, John, I ax, I bz — i ex, i ez; i n. 

Dixon, James, I ax, 2 az, 2 dx, 2 dz — 3 ex, 4 ez; 6 n. 

Demster, , i ax, I az, 2 dx, 3 dz — 3 ex, 4 ez; in. 

Dunkin, Robert, i ax, i az, i bz, 2 dz — i ex, 4 ez. 
Downey, Thomas, Junr., i ax, 2 az, i ex, 3 dx — 5 ex, 2 ez. 
Dwericks, Valentine, 2 ax, 2 az, 3 dx, 3 dz — 5 ex, 5 ez; 8 n. 
Deford, William, 2 ax, 2 az, i dx, i dz — 3 ex, 3 ez; in. 
Dawson, Thomas, i ax, i bz, i dz — I ex, 2 ez. 
Duglass, William, i ax, I az, i ex, i ez — 2 ex, 2 ez. 
Downey, Thomas, Sr., 2 ax, 2 ciz, i dz — 2 ex, 2 ez. 



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Dailey, James, i ax, i az, i bx, i cz, i dx — 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Dailey, John, i ax, i az, 3 dx, 2 dz — 4 ex, 3 ez. 

Dyer, Peter, i ax, i az, i bx, 2 ex, I cz, 2 dx, i dz — 6 ex, 3 ez. 

Downey, Valentine, i ax, i az — i ex, i ez. 

Downey, Patrick, i ax, i az, i dx — 2 ex, i ez. 

Dean, Capt. John, 2 ax — 2 ex. 

Dene, Christopher, i ax, i az, i dz — i ex, 2 ez. 

Deford, James, I ax, i az, 3 dx — 4 ex, i ez. 

Downey, Tabitha, 2 az, 2 dx, 3 dz — 2 ex, 5 ez. 

Deavinish, Elizabeth, i az, i dx, 2 dz — i ex, 3 ez. 

Deford, William, Sr., I ax, 2 az, 2 dx, 2 dz — 3 ex, 4 ez. 

Dempster, Rachel, I az, i bx, i bz, i ex, I dx — 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Dodo, Joseph, i ax, i az, i dz — i ex, 2 ez. 

Elliott, Rebeckah, i ax, 2 az, i dz — i ex, 3 ez; 10 n. 

Ezgate, Valentine, i ax, i az, i bz, 2 dz — i ex, 4 ez. 

Eavins, Jonathan, i ax, i az, i dx, I dz — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Eareckson, James, i ax, 2 az, i bx, i bz, i dx — 3 ex, 3 ez; 3 n. 

Foreman, Arthur, Junr., i ax, 3 az, 3 dx, i dz — 4 ex, 4 ez; 7 n. 

Ford, Daniel, Sr., i ax, 2 az, 3 bx, 2 ex — 6 ex, 2 ez; in. 

Ford, Daniel, Junr., i ax, 2 az, i bx, 2 dx — 4 ex, 2 ez. 

Foreman, John, Jr., i ax, i az, 2 dx, 3 dz — 3 ex, 4 ez. 

Ford, Isaac, Sr., i kx, i az, i bz, i dx, i dz — 2 ex, 3 ez; 2 n. 

Foreman, John, Sr., 2 ax, 3 az, i bx, 2 dx, i dz — 5 ex, 4 ez; 12 n. 

Ferrell, Edmond, i ax, i az, i bz, i dx, i dz — 2 ex, 3 ez; 9 n. 

Foreman, Arthur, son of Arthur, I ax, i az, 2 ex, 2 dx, i dz — 5 ex, 2 ez. 

Falconer, William, i ax, i az, i bz— 2 ex, i ez. 

Farbush,'Jean, 2 az, i dx, i dz — i ex, 3 ez. 

Gestes, George, i ax, i az, i cz — i ex, 2 ez. 

George, Bartlett, i ax, i az, i cz, i dx, i dz — 2 ex, 3 ez; 2 n. 

Gould, Benjn., Esqr., i ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i ex, i cz, 2 dx, i dz — 5 ex, 

4. ez: 5 n. 
Gafford, John, Senr., 4 ax, i az, i bx, 3 bz, i ex, i dx, 3 dz — 7 ex, 7 ez; 

2 n. 
Graves, Matthew, 2 ax, i az, i dz — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Gooding, James, 3 ax, 2 az, i bx, i bz, i cz, 2 dx, i dz — 6 ex, 5 ez; 25 n. 
Gafford, John, Junr., i ax, i az, 3 dx, i dz — 4 ex, 2 ez. 
Glandin, Nathan, i ax, i az, 2 dx, i dz — 3 ex, 2 ez. 
Gordin, Peter, Junr., 2 az, i bx, I ex, 2 dx, 2 dz — 4 ex, 4 ez. 
Gould, Richard, 3 ax, I az, i dz— 3 ex, 2 ez; 11 n. 
Gafford, Sarah, 2 ax, i az, i bz, 2 ex, i cz^4 ex, 3 ez; 5 n. 
Graves, Thomas, i ax, i az, i bx, i bz, I ex, 3 dx, 2 dz — 6 ex, 4 ez. 
Gafford, Valentine, i ax, 2 az, 4 dx, 2 dz — 5 ex, 4 ez. 



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Gregory, William, I ax, i az, 2 ex, 6 dx, i dz — 9 ex, 2 ez. 

Gray, William, i ax, i az, I cz, i dx, 2 dz — 2 ex, 4 ez. 

Gafford, Charles, i ax, i az, 2 dx, i dz — 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Greenwood, William, 2 ax, i az, i bz, i cz, i dz — 2 ex, 4 ez. 

Garnett, William, i ax, i bz, i dz — 2 ex, i ez. 

Games, Stephen, 3 n. 

Graves, Elener, 2 az, i ex, i dx — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Hopkins, Thos. Sawyer, 6 n. 

Herring, Edward, i ax, i az, i ex, 3 dx, 2 dz — 5 ex, 3 ez. 

Hopkins, Thomas, i ax, i az, i bz, i dz — i ex, 3 ez. 

Hastings, George, i ax, i az, 2 bz, i ex, i dz — 2 ex, 4 ez; 6 n. 

Harris, Charles, i ax, i az, 4 dx — 5 ex, I ez; in. 

Holding, Riehard, i ax, 2 az, i bx, i dz — 2 ex, 3 ez; 3 n. 

Hackett, John, i ax, I az, 2 dx, 2 dz — 3 ex, 3 ez; 12 n. 

Horsley, Richard, I ax, i az, 2 dx, 2 dz — 3 ex, 3 ez. 

Hackett, James, 2 ax, i az, I bx, 2 bz, i ex, i cz, 3 dz — 4 ex, 7 ez; 16 n. 

Holding, John, Junr., 2 ax, i az, i dx, 3 dz — 3 ex, 4 ez. 

Hunt, Thomas, i ax, I az, i dz — I ex, 2 ez. 

Hackett, Thomas, i ax, 2 az, I ex, 2 dx, 4 dz — 4 ex, 6 ez ; 11 n. 

Hammond, Elizabeth, i az, i bx, i bz, I ex — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Hollingsworth, W"°., i ax, I az, 4 dx, 2 dz — 5 ex, 3 ez. 

Harbitt, Charles, i ax, i az, i dx, i dz — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Hollingsworth, Jas., i ax, i az, i ex, 2 dz — 2 ex, 3 ez. 

Hawkins, Matthew, 2 ax — 2 ex; 4 n. 

Hales, William, i ax, i az, i dx, 2 dz — 2 ex, 3 ez. 

Hall, Jonathan, 2 ax, I az, I bz, I ex, i ez — 3 ex, 3 ez; 4 n. 

Hudson, Walter, 2 ax, i az, 3 dz — 2 ex, 4 ez. 

Hinds, John, i ax, i az, i dz — i ex, 2 ez. 

Johnson, Hance, i ax, I az, i bx, l ex, i dx, i dz — 6 ex, 2 ez. 

Johnson, John, I ax, i az, i ex, I dx — 4 ex, i ez. 

Johnson, George, 2 ax, i az — 2 ex, i ez. 

Jacobs, Henry, i ax, i az, i bx — 2 ex, i ez. 

Jones, Robert, i ax, i az — i ex, i ez. 

Jackson, Stafford, i ax, 2 az, i dx — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Jones, John Taylor, 2 ax, i az — 2 ex, i ez. 

Jackson, Samuel, i ax, 2 az, i bx, i ex, i dx — 4 ex, 2 ez. 

Kiekman, William, i ax, i az, 2 dx, 2 dz — 3 ex, 3 ez; in. 

Kemp, John, i ax, i az — i ex, I ez. 

Kent, Emanuel, 4 ax, i az, I bz, i ex, i dx — 6 ex, 2 ez; 23 n. 

Lamdin, Francis, i ax, I az, 2 dx — 3 ex, i ez. 

Linzy, Edward, l ax, i az, i cz, 3 dx, i dz — 4 ex, 3 ez. 

Lee, Oinson, i ax, i az, 2 dx, 2 dz — 3 ex, 3 ez. 



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Lee, William, i ax, 2 az, i ex, i dx — 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Lary, William, i ax, i az, i ex, i dx, i dz — 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Lambert, Robert, i az, i bx, i dx, 2 dz — 2 ex, 3 ez. 

Lee, Rachel, 2 ax, i az, I bz, i ex, i cz, 2 dx — 5 ex, 3 ez. 

Leek, William, i ax, i az, I dx, i dz — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Lang, William, i ax, i az, i ex, i dx, 2 dz — 3 ex, 3 ez. 

M'^Clane, John, i ax, i ex, i dx — 3 ex. 

M.Coy, Alice, 2 ax, 2 az, 2 dx, 2 dz — 4 ex, 4 ez; 5 n. 

Maxwell, Alexander, i ax, i az, i ex, 2 dx — 4 ex, i ez; 2 n. 

Moreland, Henry, i ax, 4 dx — 5 ex. 

M'^Cskiming, Enen, I ax, i az, i cz, I dx, 2 dz — 2 ex, 4 ez. 

MC gonegill, James, 2 ax, i az, i bx, i dz — 3 ex, 2 ez; in. 

Marsh, Thomas, I ax — i ex; 24 n. 

Mumford, John, i ax, i az — i ex, i ez; 2 n. 

Moaner, Timothy, 3 ax, i az, i bx, i bz — 4 ex, 2 ez. 

Mountseer, William, i ax, i az, 3 dz — i ex, 4 ez. 

Mand [[?]], William, i ax, i az, 2 ex, i dx, 2 dz — 4 ex, 3 ez. 

More, James, i ax, i az, i dx, i dz — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

M'Clannahan, Samuel, i ax, i az, i dx — 2 ex, i ez. 

Milburn, William, i ax, i az — i ex, I ez. 

Mooney, Patrick, 2 ax, i az, 2 bz, I ex — 3 ex, 3 ez. 

Morse, William, i ax, i az, i dx, i dz — 2 ex, 3 ez; in. 

Meridith, Thomas, i ax, I az, 2 dx, 3 dz — 3 ex, 4 ez; 7 n. 

Milbey, John, i ax, i az, i bz, i dx, 2 dz — 2 ex, 4 ez; 5 n. 

Meeds, Francis, i az, i bz, i dx — i ex, 2 ez. 

MC ginnis, John, i az — I ez. ^Original record places these in female 

column.] 
Merphey, John, i ax, i az, i dx — 2 ex, i ez. 
Mold, Walter, 2 ax, 2 az, 2 dz — 2 ex, 4 ez. 

M'Clannahan, Elizabeth, 2 az, i ex, 2 cz, 3 dx, i dz — 4 ex, 5 ez; in. 
Meeds, Thomas, i ax, i az, I ex, 2 dx, i dz — 4 ex, 3 ez; 3 n. 
Massey, W". Clark, i ax, I az, 2 dz — i ex, 3 ez; 2 n. 
Nabb, Sarah, i az, i bz, 2 dx, i dz — 2 ex, 3 ez. 
Neronam, Daniel, 2 ax, 3 az, 2 ex, 4 dx — 8 ex, 3 ez; i n. 
Nevil, James, i ax, i az, i ex, 3 dx, i dz — 5 ex, 2 ez; 3 n. 
Neronam, John, i ax, i az, 2 dx — 3 ex, i ez. 

Neronam, Joseph, i ax, i az, i bx, i ex, i cz, i dx, 2 dz — 4 ex, 4 ez. 
Nerol, John, 2 ax, i az, I ex, i cz, 2 dx, 2 dz — 5 ex, 4 ez. 
Nevil, Walter, i ax, 2 az, i bx, I dx, 2 dz — 3 ex, 4 ez; 3 n. 
Neronam, William, I ax, 2 az, 2 cz, 2 dx, 2 dz — 3 ex, 6 ez. 
Nicholson, For Joseph, Jr., 7 n. 
Nevil, Sarah, i az, i ex, i cz, i dz — i ex, 3 ez. 



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Owings, John, i ax, i bz — l ex, i ez. 

Offley, Vinson, i ax, i az, 2 dx, 2 dz — 3 ex, 3 ez; in. 

Offley, Benton, i ax, i az, i dx, 2 dz — 2 ex, 3 ez. 

Offley, John, 2 ax, i bz, I ex — 3 ex, I ez. 

Price, Margarett,* 2 az, i dx, i dz — i ex, 3 ez. 

Purse, Gabriel, I az, i dx, 2 dz — i ex, 3 ez. 

Plummer, Rizdon, 2 ax, i az, i dx — 3 ex, i ez; 3 n. 

Preston, Rachel, i ax, 3 az, 3 bx, I bz, 2 ex, I dx, I dz — 7 ex, 5 ez; 3 n. 

Pinder, Edward, 2 ax, 2 az, i bx, i bz, i ex, 2 dx — 6 ex, 3 ez; 2 n. 

Primrose, George, I ax, i bx, i cz — 2 ex, i ez; 7 n. 

Ponder, John, i ax, 2 az, 2 dx — 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Primrose, John, i ax, i az, I ex, i dx, I dz — 3 ex, 2 ez; 6 n. 

Peacock, Robert, i ax, l az, i dx, i dz — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Peacock, J ohn, i ax, i az — i ex, i ez. 

Price, William, i ax, i az, i ex, i dz — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Pryor, William, i ax, i az, 5 dx — 6 ex, i ez; 7 n. 

Perrarone, Thomas, i ax, I az, i bz, i dz — i ex, 3 ez. 

Pinder, William, i ax, I ex — 2 ex; in. 

Pope, Samuel, i ax, I az, i dx, i dz — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Perraron, George Hy, I ax, i az, i dx, 2 dz — 2 ex, 3 ez; in. 

Ponder, William, Jr., i ax, i az — I ex, i ez. 

Price, Margarett, 2 az, i bx, i bz, I cz — i ex, 4 ez. 

Poolley, Sarah, 2 ax, i az, i dz — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Permar, James, l ax, I bz, i dx — 2 ex, i ez. 

Ponder, William, Senr., i ax, i bz — i ex, i ez; i n. 

Quimby, John, 2 ax, i az, 2 ex, i dz — 4 ex, 2 ez. 

Ricords, William, i ax, I az, i bx, i ex, i cz — 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Rigby, John, i ax, i az, i ex, i dz — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Ruth, Thomas, I ax, i az, 2 ex, i dz — 3 ex, 2 ez; in. 

Reed, Francis, i ax, i az, 2 bz, i ex, 3 dx, 2 dz — 5 ex, 3 ez. 

Roberts, David, i ax, i az, i bz, i ex, i cz, i dx, l dz — 3 ex, 4 ez; 4 n. 

Rochester, Elizabeth, i ax, i az, 2 dx — 3 ex, i ez; 7 n. 

Rippeth, James, i ax, l az, i bx, 3 dz — 2 ex, 4 ez. 

Roberts, James, 2 ax, i az, i bx, i ex, i cz, 2 dx, 2 dz — 6 ex, 4 ez; 11 n. 

Ruth, John (Smith), i ax, i az, 2 dz — i ex, 3 ez; 4 n. 

Roseberry, James, 2 ax, 2 az, 2 bz, i ex, 3 dx, i dz — 6 ex, 5 ez. 

Ruth, John (of Tho=), 2 ax, i az — 2 ex, i ez. 

Rochester, Mary, 2 az, i bx — i ex, 2 ez; 2 n. 

Rogers, Nathan, i ax, 2 az, 2 bx, i bz, i dx, 4 dz — 4 ex, 7 ez. 

Reed, Samuel, I ax, i az, 2 dx — 3 ex, i ez. 

* Following "Margarett" appears to be "R'' Livr" or "R'i Sior" or "R'' Senr." 



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Ralph, Stephen, i ax, 2 bx, i cz, 2 dz — 3 ex, 3 ez. 
Reed, WilHam, 2 ax, 2 az, i bx, i ex, i dx, i dz — 5 ex, 3 ez; in. 
Rouse, John, 2 ax, 3 az, i bx, i bz, 2 dx, 2 dz — 5 ex, 6 ez; in. 
Rochester, WilHam, i ax, i az, i bx, i dx, 2 dz — 3 ex, 3 ez. 
Rochester, Francis, Jn^, i ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i ex, i cz, i dx — 4 ex, 

3 ez; 10 n. 
Roser, John, i ax, 2 az, 2 dx, i dz — 3 ex, 3 ez. 
Rochester, Francis, 3 ax, 2 az, i bx, i cz — 4 ex, 3 ez; 3 n. 
Syllavin, Sarah, i az, i dx, i dz — i ex, 2 ez. 
Sparks, W'°. of Ja^, l ax, i az, i dx, i dz — 2 ex, 2 ez. 
Sparks, Solomon, i ax, i az, i bz, i dx, i dz — 2 ex, 3 ez. 
Smith, Josiah, i ax, i az, i bz, i ex, i cz, 2 dx, 3 dz — 4 ex, 6 ez. 
Sparks, Abner, i ax, i az, i bx, 2 ex, 2 dx — 6 ex, i ez. 
Smith, Daniel, i ax, i az — i ex, i ez. 
Smith, Thomas, i ax, i az, 2 dx, i dz — 3 ex, 2 ez. 
Sparks, Edward, 2 ax, i az, i bz, i ex, I cz, i dx, i dz — 4 ex, 4 ez. 
Spry, Francis, 2 ax, 3 az, i bz, i dz — 2 ex, 5 ez. 
Stephans, George, i ax, i az, i ex, i cz, i dx, 3 dz — 3 ex, 5 ez. 
Smith, Henry, 2 ax, i az, i ex, i dz — 3 ex, 2 ez; in. 
Sutton, John, 2 ax, i az, 5 dx, i dz — 7 ex, 2 ez; 5 n. 
Smith, James, i ax, 2 az, i ex, 2 cz, i dx — 3 ex, 4 ez; in. 
Sudler, Joseph, 2 ax, i az, l bz, i ex, i dx, i dz — 4 ex, 3 ez; 11 n. 
Sparks, John, J oyn'., i ax, I az — i ex, i ez. 
Sparks, James F.,* i ax, I az, 3 dx, i dz — 4 ex, 2 ez. 
Sparks, Caleb, Sen'., i ax, 2 az, i bx, i ex, 2 cz, 3 dx, i dz — 6 ex, 5 ez. 
Seney, John, Esq'., i ax, i az, 2 bx, 2 ex, i dx — 6 ex, i ez; 11 n. 
Spry, John, i ax, i az, i cz, 3 dx, i dz — 4 ex, 3 ez. 
Sparks, John, Long,t 3 ax, i dx — 4 ex; 6 n. 
Sparks, John, T.,t i ax, i az, 2 bz, i cz, 4 dx — 5 ex, 4 ez. 
Smith, Thomas, Weaver, i ax, i az — i ex, i ez. 
Smith, James, Tayler, i ax, 2 az, I dz — i ex, 3 ez; 2 n. 
Soott, Edward, 2 ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i ex, i cz, 2 dx, 3 dz — 6 ex, 6 ez; 

3n. 
Serrell, William, i ax, i az, i cz, i dz — i ex, 3 ez. 
Sparks, Levi, i ax — i ex; 7 n. 

Sparks, Millenton, 2 ax, 2 az, i bx, I cz — 3 ex, 3 ez. 
Seney, Nevil, i ax, i az, I ex, i dz — 2 ex, 2 ez; in. 
Sparks, Nathan, i ax, i az, 2 bz, 3 ex, 4 dx, 3 dz — 8 ex, 6 ez. 
Snail, James, i ax, i az, i dx, i dz — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

* Written "James Sparks, F." 
t Written "John Sparks, Long." 
t Written "John Sparks, T." 



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Syllavin, Sarah, i ax, i az, i bx, 2 dz — 2 ex, 3 ez; 3 n. 

Sudler [Seidler?], Thomas, i ax, 2 az, i bx, i bz, i dx — 3 ex, 3 ez; 15 n. 

Seward, Thomas, 2 ax, i az, i bx, I ex, i dx — 5 ex, I ez. 

Sparks, Mary, i ax, i az, 2 bz, I ex — 2 ex, 3 ez. 

Sparks, W"". of B., i ax, I az, i dx, 4 dz — 2 ex, 5 ez. 

Smith, Hannah, 3 ax, 2 az, i dx, i dz — 4 ex, 3 ez. 

Sparks, Thomas, i ax, 2 az, i bx, 2 ez, i dx, 2 dz — 3 ex, 6 ez. 

Sparks, J onas, i ax, i az, i ez, 5 dx, 2 dz — 6 ex, 4 ez. 

Stoops, David, i ax, i bx, i bz — 2 ex, i ez; 2 n. 

Sparks, Vinson, i ax, I a^, 2 dx — 3 ex, i ez. 

Sudler, John, 3 ax, I az, i dx, 3 dz — 4 ex, 4 ez; 9 n. 

Seney, William, i ax, i az, i cz, i dx, 3 dz — 2 ex, 5 ez. 

Smith, Joseph, i ax, i az, i dx — 2 ex, i ez. 

Sharadine, Moses, i ax, i az, i ez, i dx, i dz — 2 ex, 3 ez. 

Scott, William, i ax, i az — i ex, i ez. 

Scean [Seean?], Elizabeth, i az, I bz, i ez — 3 ez. 

Sparks, Julyanna, i ax, i az, I cz, 3 dx, i dz — 4 ex, 3 ez. 

Sparks, William (of W".), I ax, i az, 2 dx, 2 dz — 3 ex, 3 ez. 

Scott, Absalom, i ax, 2 az, i bz, i cz, l dx, i dz — 2 ex, 5 ez. 

Turnier, George, I ax, I az, i cz, 2 dx — 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Thomas, Edward, i ax, i az, i bx, I ex, 2 cz, i dx, 2 dz — 4 ex, 5 ez. 

Tilghman, For Edward, 6 n. 

Tittle, John, i ax, i az, 2 bx, 2 ex — 5 ex, i ez. 

Thompson, Samuel, i ax, 2 az, 2 dz — i ex, 4 ez; 12 n. 

Thompson, John, 3 ax, 2 az, i bx, i ez, 3 dz — 4 ex, 6 ez; 29 n. 

Thompson, William, i ax, i az, 3 ex, 2 dx, 3 dz — 6 ex, 4 ez. 

Tilghman, Richard y* 4"", 3 ax, 2 az, i dz — 3 ex, 3 ez; 25 n. 

Taylor, Thomas, i ax, i az, i bx, i dx — 3 ex, I ez; in. 

Taylor, Ninan, i bx, I bz, i dx — 2 ex, i ez. 

Thompson, Richard, i ax, i az, i dz — i ex, 2 ez. 

Taylor, Elizebeth, i ax, 2 az, i bx, i bz, i dx — 3 ex, 3 ez; 3 n. 

Tippins, James, i ax, i az, 2 dz — I ex, 3 ez; 3 n. 

Turner, William, i ax, i az, 2 dx, i dz — 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Taylor, Ruth, i az, i bx, i dz — i ex, 2 ez. 

Voice, Ezabela, i az, i ex — i ex, i ez. 

Wright, Edward, I ax, i az, I ex, i ez, 2 dx, i dz — 4 ex, 3 ez; 5 n. 

Wells, Benjamin, i ax, i az, i bz, 2 ex, 2 dx, 3 dz — 5 ex, 5 ez. 

Wiggins, Benjamin, i ax, i az, i bx, i cz, 2 dx, 3 dz — 4 ex, 5 ez. 

Wiggins, Charles, 2 ax, 2 az, i bx, i ex, I dx — 5 ex, 2 ez; 5 n. 

Willson, George, i ax, I bz — i ex, i ez. 

Williamson, George, 2 ax, i az, i ez, i dx — 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Wiekes, Joseph, 2 ax, i az, i ex, i dx, 2 dz — 4 ex, 3 ez; in. 



UPPER HUNDRED 205 

Whittington, John, i ax, i az, i dx — 2 ex, i ez; 6 n. 

\\'ickes, Matthew, i ax, 2 az, i bx, i bz, i ex — 3 ex, 3 ez; 2 n. 

Williams, Thomas, i ax, i az, I dx, 3 dz — 2 ex, 4 ez. 

Wilkinson, Thos. (Mast^), I ax, i az, i bx — 2 ex, i ez. 

Wiggins, Elizabeth, 2 ax, 2 az, i bz, I dx — 3 ex, 3 ez. 

Wiggins, Ebenezer, i ax, i az, i dx, i dz — 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Ware, James, 2 ax, i bz, i dz — 2 ex, 2 ez; in. 

Wickes, Simon, 2 ax, i az, i bz, i ex, I dx, 4 dz — 4 ex, 6 ez; 8 n. 

Willson, John, i ax, i az, 2 dz — i ex, 3 ez. 

White, John, i ax, i az, 3 dz — i ex, 4 ez. 

Wadkins, Eloner, i az, i ex — i ex, I ez. 

Williss, Mary, 2 az, 2 dz — 4 ez. 

Wieley, Epheraim, i ax, I az, 3 dz — i ex, 4 ez. 

Young, William, 3 ax, 3 az, i bx — 6 ex, 3 ez; 4 n. [2 ex omitted by 

enumerator.] 
Warner, Mary, i n. 
Straglers, 9 ax, 2 az. 
Totals, 388 ax, 377 az, 86 bx, 90 bz, 123 ex, 74 cz, 340 dx, 331 dz — 

931 ex, 860 ez; 800 n. 

Sept^ 22<*. 1776 Mark Benton made Oath that according to the Account 
given by the different House Keepers and from the best Information 
he has been able to procure the above is a true List of the Number of 
Persons in Town Hundred except a few Indians. 

Sworn before Turbutt Wright. 



Queen Anns County, Upper Hundred, Kent 
Island, Census of 1776, 

"A List of Inhabitants in the uper Hundred Kent Island taken by me 
the Subscriber by Vertue of a Warrant Granted by the Committee of 
Observation for Queen Anns County for that Purpose Dated the 22*'' 
day of July, 1776." 

This Census is written upon one sheet 13V4" X 1672"- "Above 21 
years" is indicated by "a"; "b" means "Between 16 and 21"; "e" 
means "Between 12 and 16 yrs."; "d" means "Under 12 yrs." "x" 
means White males; "z" means White females, "n" means "Total 
Blacks," or "Blacks." 
"House Keepers Names": 

Emory, Arthur (Black), 3 an, 2 bn, i en, i dn — females 2 an, 2 dn; 
II n. 



2o6 MARYLAND RECORDS— QUEEN ANN'S COUNTY 

Sneed, Richard, i ax, 2 ex, 2 dx, i dz. 

Wells, Tobias, i ax, 3 az, i bz, i cz; 17 n. 

Jeffers, William, i ax, i az, i cz, i dx. 

Jeffery, Beck (Black), 5 dn — females, i an, i bn, 2 en; 9 n. 

Waters, Susanh, 3 ax, i az, i dz; 6 n. 

Stevens, James, i ax, i az, i bx, i cz, 2 dx, 3 dz; 9 n. 

Brion, John, i ax, 3 az, 3 dx, i dz. 

Toyner, Asalum, i ax, i az, i bz, i ex, i cz, i dx. 

Toyner, Absalum, Junr., i ax, I az, i bx, 3 dz. 

Benton, Franson, i ax, i az, i ex, i dx. 

Deoachbrume, Lues, 2 ax, 2 az, i dz; 9 n. 

WoUyhand, Fransis, I ax, 3 az, 3 ex, 2 dx, 2 dz. 

Osbond, Samuel, I ax, i az, i dx. 

Collear, Thomas, i ax, i az, i dz. 

Tanner, Phillemon, 2 ax, i az, 2 ez — 2 n. 

Joyner, William, i ax, 2 az, i ex, i dx, 2 dz. 

Robson, Elizebeth, 2 az, i ex, i dz. 

Goodhand, James, 2 ax, i az, i dz — 4 n. 

Chambers, Richard, i ax, i az, i bx, I ex — i n. 

Chambers, Richard, Jnr., i ax, I az, 3 dz — 3 n. 

Lanch, Samuel, i az — 3 n. [No white males enumerated.^ 

Wilson, Rebecca, 2 az — 8 n. 

Joyner, Dobs, 2 ax, 2 az, I bx, I dz — I n. 

Wright, James, 3 ax, 3 az, i bz, I ex, i cz, 3 dx, 2 dz — 2 n. 

Richardson, Benjamin, i ax, 3 az, i bx, i ex, 2 dx, i dz — 7 n. 

Welch, J ames, i ax, i az, i dx, 2 dz. 

Ringgold, Thomas, I ax, i az, 2 bx, i ex, 3 dx, 2 dz — 17 n. 

Barnet, Charles, i ax, i az, i bx, I bz, i ex. 

Brown, Edward, 3 ax, i az, i dx, i dz — 9 n. 

Maradeth, Benjamin, i ax, i az, 2 dx, i dz — i n. 

Greanwhich, Beck (Black), 3 n. 

Goodhand, Marmaduke, i ax, 2 az, i bx, i cz, 2 dx, 2 dz — 13 n. 

Goodhand, Letitia, i ax, 2 az — 4 n. 

Mason, William, 2 ax, 2 az, i ex, i dz — i n. 

Hampton, Thomas, i ax, i az, i bx, I dx — I n. 

Brawn, Aquila, i ax, 3 az, 3 dx, 4 dz — 8 n. 

Blunt, Labin, i ax, i az, i bx, i ez, 3 dx, 2 dz. 

Shney [?j], Sara, i ax, i az, i ez — 3 n. 

Smyth, William, 2 ax — 3 n. 

Rouse, Sara, i az, I dz. 

Hutchings, James, 14 ax, 2 az, I dx — 25 n. 

Sinners, Charles, i ax, i az. 



UPPER HUNDRED 207 

Coger, Samuel (Black), 9 n. 

Stevens, William, 2 ax, 2 az, i bx, i ex, 2 dx, 2 dz — 5 n. 

Sudler, Emory, 2 ax — 12 n. 

Downey, William, i ax, i az, 2 dx, i dz. 

Molds [Motds?], Dannil, i ax, i dx. 

Grigg, Richard, 2 ax, i az. 

Jones, Abner, i ax, i az, 2 dx, 5 dz. 

Horn, Elizebeth, 3 az, i ex, i dz — 4 n. 

Sinners, J ames, i ax, i az, 2 dx. 

Totals, 69 ax, 71 az, 12 bx, 4 bz, 15 ex, 11 cz, 45 dx, 49 dz — 209 n. 

Prise, Thomas, 2 ax, 2 az, 2 ex, i dx, i dz — i n. 

Sneed, Moses, i ax, i az, i bx, 2 dx, 2 dz — 4 n. 

Hand, John, i ax, i az, i dx, i dz. 

Tannar, Benjaman, i ax, i az, i bx, i dx. 

Faulkner, Gilbert, i ax, i az, i dz. 

Wilson, Thomas (Black), 4 n. 

Flamer, John (Black), 5 n. 

Greanwhich, Sheary (Black), 16 n. 

Aleway, Thomas, i ax, i az — 2 n. 

Whefing [?], Nath, i ax, i az, i dx, i dz. 

Webb, Harry, i ax, i az, I dx, 3 dz. 

Downey, William, i ax. 

Tucker, James, i ax, i az. 

Tolson, Alexander, i ax, i az, i bz, i ex, i cz, 4 dx — 3 n. 

Bright, Fransis, i ax, i az, i ex, 2 cz, i dx — 8 n. 

Kingsbury, Gabriel, 2 ax, I az, 2 bx, i bz, i ex, i dx, 2 dz — 10 n. 

Bright, Ann, i ax, i az, i bz, i dx — 4 n. 

Watters, John, i ax, i dx — 8 n. 

Watters, Benjamin, i ax, i az, i cz, 2 dx, 3 dz — 9 n. 

Richardson, Benjamin, Junr., i ax, i az, 2 dz — 9 n. 

Wilson, Richard (Black), i an, 2 en, i dn — females, I an, i bn, i dn — 

7 n. 
Macconikin, Elias, i ax, 2 az, i bx, i cz — 13 n. 
Kirby, Benjamin, i ax, i az, i bz, 3 dx, i dz — 7 n. 
Wilson, James (Black), i ax, i az, 2 dx — 4 n. 
Goodhand, Nathaniel, I ax, i az, i dx, i dz — 4 n. 
Barnes, Thomas, Junr., 2 ax, i az, i bx, i ex, i dx, 2 dz — 11 n. 
Barns, Thomas, 2 ax, i az — 6 n. 
Surcom, Thomas, 3 ax, 3 az. 
Grainger, Martin, i ax, 2 az, I dx, 3 dz. 
Weaver, William, I ax, i az, i bz, i ex, 2 dx, 2 dz. 



2o8 MARYLAND RECORDS— QUEEN ANN'S COUNTY 

Spurry, John, l ax, i az, i bx, l bz, i ex, i cz, i dz. 

Carter, Richard, 3 ax, 3 az — 12 n. 

Carter, Arthur, i ax, I az, i cz, i dx, 4 dz — 7 n. 

Baxter, Thomas, I ax, i £iz, 3 dx, 2 dz; 2 n. 

Harper, Samuel, I ax, i az, 3 dx, 3 dz. 

Lucis, John, i ax, i az, 2 dx, 3 dz. 

Greanwhich, James (Black), i an — females, 2 an, I bn; 4 n. 

Macconichin, William, i ax, i az, i bz, i ex, I dx; 2 n. 

Baxter, William, i ax, i az, i bz, 2 ex, i dx; 11 n. 

Hoxter, John, i ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i cz, i dx, 3 dz. 

Legg, James, i ax, i az, i ex, i cz, 2 dx, i dz. 

Hoxter, Ann, 2 az, i dx, 3 dz. 

Legg, William, i ax, i az, 5 dx. 

Legg, John, i ax, 2 bx, i dx. 

Legg, Mathew, i ax, i az, 2 bz, i ex, 3 dx, 2 dz; 13 n. 

Finnix, Andrew, i ax, i az, i dz; I n. 

Watters, Robert, 2 ax, I az, 3 dz; 7 n. 

Wright, Greenbutt, i ax; 5 n. 

Ringgold, Jacob, i ax, I bz, l dx; il n. 

Brink [Burk?], James, i ax, i az, I bz, 3 dx, i dz; 3 n. 

Greanwhich, Rachael (Black), i dx — females, i an, i dn; 3 n. 

Crick, Elizabeth, 2 dx, i az. 

Totals, 52 ax, 48 az, 10 bx, 13 bz, 13 ex, 9 cz, 55 dx, 53 dz; 216 n. 

"July 25th 1776 Alexander Waters makes Oath that according to 
the account given him by the different House-keepers, and from the 
best Information he has been able to procure, the within is a true list 
of the Number of persons in the upper hundred of Kent Island. 

before J. Bordley." 



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TALBOTT COUNTY 



Talbott County, Bay Hundred, Census of 1776, 

"Talb'Co'y. Sc'. 

Upon the S"*. day of September 1776, James Earl 
Denny maketh Oath on the holy evangels of Almighty God that this & 
the following pages beginning with No. I and ending No. 4 is a just & 
true List which contains all the inhabitants in Bay hundred to the best 
of his knowledge — Except those who were inlisted in the flying Camp. 

J. S. Gibson." 
Symbols Used: 

"a" means "Above 50 years"; "b" means "Between 16 and 50"; 
"c" means "Under 16," "x" means "White males," "z" means "White 
females"; "m" means "Black males," "f" means "Black females." 
In a few instances "n" is used for "Negro," without specification in 
combinations. 

Thus the third line means 2 white males between 16 and 50, i white 
female between 16 and 50; 3 white males under 16, i white female under 
16; I black female between 16 and 50. Blacks follow the " ;" and at 
end of the line. [" Grace Nathaniel," illustration.] 

Woulds, James, I bx, i bz, 4 cz. 

Dodson, Thomas, i bx, i bz, 4 ex, 3 cz. 

Grace, Nathaniel, 2 bx, i bz, 3 ex, i cz; i bf. 

Benson, Perry, l bx, i bz, 7 ex, 3 cz; i cf. 

Benson, Nicholas, i bx, 2 bz, i ex, 2 cz. 

Chezum, Dan'., i bx, l bz; i cm. 

Hoithley [Keithley?], James, i bx, i bz, i ex, i cz. 

Harrington, Rich"*., i bx, i bz, i ex, i cz. 

Thomlinson, Thom^, 2 bx, 3 bz, 2 cz. 

Nuols, Mary, 4 bz; i am, i bm, 3 bf. 

Townsend, Thom^, 2 bx, 2 bz, 5 ex, i cz. 

Vinton, Solomon, i az, 2 bx, 2 bz, i ex, i cz. 

Love, Thorn ^, i ax, i az, i bx, 2 bz, i cz. 

Ashcraft, Thom^, i bx, I bz, 2 ex, 3 cz. 

Harrison, James, i bx, I bz, 2 ex, I cz. 

Tenant, Mable, i az, i bz, 3 ex. 

Bromwell, Mary, I az, i bx, I bz. 

Blades, John, i az, 2 bx, I bz, 6 ex; i af. 

Glieve, George, 2 bx, i bz. 

Hopkins, John Johnnings, 2 bx, 4 ex, i cz; i bm, i bf, 2 cm, I cf. 



2i8 MARYLAND RECORDS— TALBOTT COUNTY 

Royal, Joseph, i ax, i bz, i ex. 

Brown, Peter, i ax, I az, 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Howes, James, I bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Wales, Rob'., i bx, i bz, 3 ex, 3 cz. 

Bouff, John, I af, i bx, i bz, 3 ex, i ez. 

Lenard [Lenards?]], Jonathan, I bx, i bz, 2 ex, i ez. 

Hopkins, W""., i bx, i bz, 2 ex, i ez. 

RoUe [Molle?], John, i az, i bx, 2 bz; 3 bm, 2 bf, 6 em, 2 ef. 

Richardson, Dan'., i bx, i bz, i ex, 4 ez; i bf. 

Hambleton, W""., Jun^, i bx, i bz, i ex, i ez; 3 bm, 5 bf, 3 em, 2 cf. 

Viekers, Charles, i bx, i bz, 2 ez. 

Applegirth, Robert, i bx, 2 bz, 5 ex, 2 ez. 

Ledenham, Nathaniel, 2 bx, 2 bz, i ex. 

Barrow, James, 2 az, 2 bx, i bz, i ez; i bm, i em, i ef. 

Greenfield, EHzabeth, i bz, 2 ex. 

Porter, Joseph, 2 bx, i bz, 4 ex, i ez; i bm, i ef. 

Porter, John, i az, 2 bx, 2 bz, 6 ex, i ez. 

Hall, John, i ax, i az, 1 bx, i bz, i cz. 

Sherwood, Phillimon, i ax, 2 az, i ez; 2 af, i bf, 2 em, i cf. 

Spencer, Phillimon, 2 bx, 3 bz, 3 ex, i cz; i bm, i bf, i ef. 

Caultz, James, i ax, i az, 2 bx, i bz, i ex, i cz. 

Rimmer (?), James, I ax, i az, 2 bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, 4 ez. 

Porter, Jane, i ax, i bx, 2 bz, i ez. 

Cummings, Mary, 3 bz, i ex, 3 ez. 

Ringrose [Kingrose?^, Aaron, i bx, I bz, 2 ex, i cz. 

Sinclare, Sawney, i ax, 3 bx, i bz, 2 ex, 3 ez. 

Winters, Jonathan, i bx, i bz, i ex; i bf, 2 ef. 

Horney, John, i ax, 2 bx, i bz, 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Porter, Hewes, i bx, i bz, 2 ez. 

Lambden, Wrightson, i bx, i bz; i bm, 2 bf, 3 cm, i cf. 

Spencer, Joseph, i bx, i bz, 2 ex; i bm, i bf, i cm. 

Edgar, Adam, i ax, 2 bx, i bz, 2 ex, 2 cz. 

Hills, Elizabeth, i bz, 2 ex, 3 ez. 

Daves, Will""., i bx, 3 bz, i ex; i cf. 

Daffin, Charles, i bx, 3 bz; i af, 11 bm, 8 bf, i cm, 5 ef. 

Dawson, George, i bx; 2 bm, 2 bf, 2 cm. 

Morsal, James, i ax, 3 bz; 3 bm, 2 bf, 4 cm, 2 ef. 

Wrightson, James, Jun'., i bx, I bz, i ex, 2 ez; l bm, 2 bf, I ef. 

Haddaway, John, i bx, i bz, i ex, i ez. 

Wrightson, Jonathan, i bx, i bz, 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Cummings, Thomas, Jun^, 2 bx, i bz, i ez. 

Cummings, Thomas, i ax, 2 bx, 2 bz, i ex, i cz. 



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Kersey, John, 2 bx, 2 bz, i ex, 2 cz; 5 bm, 2 bf, 2 cm, 2 cf. 

Cummings, Elizabeth, i az, 3 bx, i bz. 

Haddaway, Susannah, i bx, 2 bz. 

Haddaway, Geo., i ax, i bz, 6 ex, i cz; i bm. 

Porter, John, i bx, 2 bz, 3 ex, 2 cz. 

Sands, Benj"., 2 bx, 4 bz, 2 ez; i bf, i cf. 

Homey, Thom'., i bx, i bz, 2 ex; i bm. 

Haddaway, Will™., i bx, i bz; 2 bm, i cf. 

Cooper, Benj"., i ax, i az, i bx, 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Kemp, John, i bx, i bz, 3 ex, 2 cz; 2 bm, i bf. 

Kemp, Benj"., i ax, i bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, 5 ez; 3 bm, 2 bf, i cm, 4 cf. 

Kemp, Magdalain, i ax, i az, i bx, 2 bz, i ex; I am, i af, i bm, 2 bf, 

2 cm, 2 cf. 

Haddaway, Capt., 2 bx, 3 bz, i ex, 4 cz; i bf, i cm, 2 cf. 

Lambson, Robert, 7 bx, 3 bz, 3 ex, 2 ez; 2 am, i brfl, 5 bf, 5 cm, 3 cf. 

Haddaway, John, 2 bx, I bz, i ex, 2 ez; 2 bm, i bf, 2 cm, 2 cf. 

Sherwood, Tho'., 2 bx, 2 bz; i am, i af, 2 bm, 2 bf, 2 cm, 4 cf. 

Fiddaman, Ann, i bz, I ex, 2 cz; 2 bf, 3 em, 4 cf. 

Hopkins, Joseph, 4 bx, 3 bz, 4 ex, 5 cz; i am, 2 bm, 3 bf, i cm, 2 cf. 

Stains, Moses, i bx, 2 bz, 3 ex. 

Harrison, Joseph, i ax, i az, 3 bx, i bz, i ex; i am, i af, 3 bm, 4 bf, 

3 cm, I cf. 

Harrison, Robert, i bx, i bz; i cm. 

Steddam [?], Elizabeth, i bz, 4 ex. 

Shanahan, John, i az, 2 bx, i bz, [^3?] ex, 2 cz; 4 bm, i bf. 

Tuttle, Will""., 2 bx, 2 bz, i ez. 

Mather, John, 2 bx, 2 bz, 3 ex; 2 bm, i cf. 

Marshall, Rich''., I ax, 2 az, i bx, i bz, i ex, i ez. 

Kemp, Thom'., i bx, i bz, I ex, 4 cz; i bm, i cf. 

Norwood, Ann, i bz, i ex, 2 cz. 

Lenard, Sarah, i bz, 2 ex, i ez. 

Vinton, Dan'., i ax, i az, i bx. 

Skinner, Phillimon, 3 bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, i ez; i bm. 

Hopkins, James, i bx. 

Hopkins, Thom^, i ax, 4 bx, i bz, i ex; i af, i bm, 2 bz, I cm, 3 f. 

Harrington, Joseph, i ax, i bx, 2 bz; i af, 2 bm, i bf, 2 cm. 

Harrington, Alice, i az, i bz, i cz. 

Harrington, Mary, i bx, i bz, 3 ex, i cz. 

Hull, Dan'., i ax. 

Harrison, James, BC, i ax, i az, 2 bx, 3 bz, [^2?] ex. 

Hambleton, W°., 4 bx, 2 bz, i ex, 2 cz; i af, i bm, 2 bf, 2 em, 2 ef. 

Hambleton, Philip. [?[], i bx, 2 bz, [3 or 9?] ex; i am, 2 bm, I bf, 2 cm. 



20 MARYLAND RECORDS— TALBOTT COUNTY 

Barney, W"., i bx, i bz, [2?3| ex, 6 cz. 

Davisson, Empy, i ax, i bx, 2 bz; 6 bm, 2 bf, 6 cm, 3 cf. 

Dawson, Robert, I bx, i bz, 2 ex, I cz; i bm, i cf. 

Tripp, James, i bx, i bz; i am, i af, 3 bm, 3 bf, 2 cm, 3 cf. 

Fairbanks, Philh., i ax, 2 az, i bx, 2 bz, i ex; i bm. 

Wayman, Thom^, I ax, 2 bx, 2 bz, I ex, 3 ez; 3 bf, 3 cm, 3 cf. 

Dawson, Hugh, i bx, i bz, 3 ex; I af, 2 bm, i bf, 2 cm. 

Fairbanks, David, i bx, I bz, 5 ex, 2 cz. 

Applegirth, George, i bx, i bz, i ex, i cz; i cf. 

Bridges, Dan'., 2 bx, I bz, I ex, 4 cz. 

Ould [Oulds, Auld?], Hugh, i az, i bx, i bz; I bm, i bf, 3 cm, i cf. 

Ould [Oulds, Auld?], John, i ax, i az, 3 bz, 2 ez. 

Sewell, Jam'., i bx, i bz, i ex, 2 ez. 

Braddsetz, James, 2 bx, I ex; I bf, i cm. 

Sherwood, David, 2 bx; 2 bf. 

Canity, John, 3 bx, 2 bz, 4 ex, i cz; i bm, 2 bf, 4 cm, 2 cf. 

Haddaway, W""., I ax, i az, 2 bx, i bz; 2 am, 2 bm, 2 bf, I cm, i cf. 

Applegirth, Geo: i ax, 2 bx, 3 bz, I ex, 2 cz. 

Harrison, Tho=., 3 bx, i bz, 2 ex, 3 cz; i am, i bm, i bf, 4 cm, i cf. 

Carrol, Denny, i bx, i bz, i ex, 2 ez; i bm, I em, i ef. 

Richardson, Robert, 2 bx, i bz, i ex, 2 cz; i af, 2 bm, 2 bf, 3 cm, 2 cf. 

Haddaway, James, I bx, i bz. 

Ball, Thom^, 2 ax, i az, l bx, l bz, 2 ex, i cz. 

Ball, W""., I bx, I bz, 3 cz; i bf. 

Carrol, James, i bx, I bz, 3 ex. 

Haddaway, Robert, I bx, 2 bz, 3 ex, 2 cz. 

Wrightson, James, I bx, 2 bz, 3 ex, 2 cz. 

Harrisson, James, i az, I bx, i bz, 2 ex, 3 cz. 

Grace, W""., i bx, 3 bz, 2 ex, 3 cz. 

Richardson, Peter, 3 bx, 2 bz, 6 ex, 2 cz. 

Ould [Oulds?], Dan'., 2 bx, 3 bz, 2 ex, 2 cz; i bm, 2 cm, 2 cf. 

Ball, James, i bx, 3 bz, 2 ex, 2 ez; i bm. 

Denny, Joseph, i ax, i az; i am, 2 bm, i bf, i cm. 

Denny, Joseph, Jun'., i bx, i bz, i ex; i bf. 

Reddish, Joseph, i ax, i az, 2 ex, 2 ez. 

Porter, Sarah, i az, 2 bz, 2 ex. 

Lawrence [?], [Mar?]y, 2 bz, 2 ex, 2 cz. 

Fairbanks, Anna, i az, i bx, i bz, 2 ex. 

Sewell, Marty, i az, 2 bx, 2 bz, 5 ex, 2 cz. 

Fitzjerrel, Rebecca, i az, i bx, i bz. 

M-^Quay, Patrick, i ax, i az, i bx, 3 bz, l ex, i cz; i bf, 2 em, 2 cf. 

Gooves, Thom'., 2 bx, 2 bz. 



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Fooss, Eliz""., I az. 

Barnes, James, i bx, 2 bz, 3 ex; i bf, 2 cm, 2 cf. 

Jefferson, Thom=., i bx, i bz, i cz. 

Camper, W""., 2 bx, i bz, 2 ex, 2 cz; i bm. 

Haddaway, Thom^, i ax, i az, 2 bx, i ex, 3 cz. 

Lowry, Thom^, 2 bx, i bz, 2 ex, 4 ez; i bm, i cm. 

Winterbottom, John, i ax, i az, 2 bx, i ex. 

\Mnterbottom, Rob'., I bx, i bz, i ex, i ez. 

Lowry, Joseph, 2 bx, i bz, 3 ex, 4 cz. 

Cardeff, Rob'., i ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i ex. 

Harrison, (torn), 2 bx. 

Gardner, Rich"*., i bx. 

Fairbanks, Mary, i az, i bx, 2 bz, 3 ex, 4 ez. 

Hunt [?], Peter, I ax, 2 bx, 4 bz, i ex, 4 ez. 

Cooper, John, i ax, I az, 2 bx, i bz, 3 ex, i ez. 

Dawson, Sarah, i az, 2 bx, I bz; I am, i af. 

Dawson, Margaret, I bx, i bz, i ex; i bf, 2 em, 2 ef. 

Linkom, Rieh"*., i bx, I bz, i ex, i cz. 

Dawson, W"., i bx, 2 bz, i ex. 

Ould [Oulds?], Phillip, 2 bx, i bz, 2 ex, 3 cz; i cm. 

Jefferson, Geo: 3 bx, i bz, 4 ex, 2 ez. 

Jones, Rob'., I ax, i bx, i bz, 3 ex, 2 ez. 

Haddaway, W™., i bx, i bz, 2 ex, 3 cz. 

Larramore, Mary, i az, 2 bx, i bz, i ex. 2 ez. 

Batsey, Rich"^., i bx, i bz, i ex, i cz. 

Jefferson, Francis, i bz, 3 ex, I cz. 

Harrisson, Rob'., i bx, i bz, i ex, i cz. 

Larramoor, Jenney, 2 bx, 2 bz, i ex. 

Leadnenham, Edw""., I bx, i bz, 2 ex, 2 cz. 

Larramoor, Cathrine, 2 bz, i ex, 4 ez. 

Mansfield, Rich''., i az, 3 bx, 2 bz, i ex, 2 cz. 

Camper j^Comper?], Thom'., 2 bx, 2 bz, 2 ex. 

Fairbanks, Dan'., 3 bx, 4 bz, 2 ex, 2 cz. 

Harrisson, Joseph, i bx, I bz, 2 ex, 3 cz. 

Harrisson, Jonothon, I bx, i bz, 3 ex, 4 cz. 

Colleson, Geo: i bx, i bz, 4 ex; i bm, i bf, i em, i cf. 

Low, James, 2 bx, 2 bz, 3 ex, 4 cz; i am, 2 bm, 3 bf, i cm. 

R[?]eaugh, John, i bx, 2 bz; i bm. 

Bridges, W°., i az, i bx, i bz, i ex, i cz. 

Smith, Thom^, i bx, 2 bz, 5 ex; i bf, I cm, 2 cf. 

Dawson, (^R^alph, i ax, 2 bz, 3 ex, i ez; i am, i af, 2 bm, i bf, cf. 

EUiot, Edw"*., I ax, 2 bz, 3 ex, 2 cz; 2 bm, i bf, 4 cm, i cf. 



22 MARYLAND RECORDS— TALBOTT COUNTY 

M"=Nulty, John, 2 bx, i bz, i ex, i cz. 

Ploughman, John, 2 bx, 2 bz, 5 ex, 2 cz. 

M'^Quay, Catthrine, i az, i bx. 

[Illegible — creased & torn^lll, , i bx, i bz, 2 ex, i cz; i bm, i bf, 

I cm, 2 cf. 
Sherwood, [Illegible, perhaps Nap".?], 2 bx, 2 bz, i ex, 3 cz; i bf. 
Lamden, Eliz"'., i bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, i cz; i af, 2 bm, 3 bf, i cm, 2 cf. 
Haddaway, W°. Webb, i ax, i az, i bx, I bz, 2 cz; 3 bm, 2 bf, 3 cm, i cf. 
Jones, Lurinah, i az, i bz. 
Leeds, John, i ax, 6 bm, 6 bf, 5 cm, 4 cf. 
Tilghman, Mathew, 2 ax, i az, 2 bx, 2 bz; 5 af, 18 bm, 21 bf, 21 cm, 

28 cf. 
Mahony, Anthony, i bx, I bz, i ex, 2 cz. 
West, W""., I bx, 2 bz, 3 ex, 3 cz. 

Sears, W"., i bx, 3 bz, i ex, 2 cz; 2 am, 7 bm, il bf, 5 cm, 5 cf. 
Nash, Thom=., I bx, i bz, 2 ex, l cz. 

Gossage, Charles, i bx, i bz, 5 ex, 2 cz. 
Cryer [?], John, 2 bx, i bz. 

Totals, 6 ax, 7 az, 41 bx, 52 bz, 61 ex, 50 cz; 17 am, 7 af, 46 bm, 
52 bf, 45 cm, 47 cf. 

Free mullotes * 

Collwell, Martin, 2 bf, i ex. 

Auldery, Thomas, i ax, 2 bx, 3 ex, i cz. 

Cornesh, Rebec, i bm, I ex, i cz. 

James Earl Denny. 

* These enumerations are evidently placed in wrong columns in the original report. 



MILL HUNDRED 223 

Talbott County, Mill Hundred, Census of 1776, 

"A list of the Inhabatents taken In Mill Hundred By Tho'. Tibbels 
in yeare 1776." 

This record is literally in shreds and has been carefully matched to- 
gether, and read by aid of a magnifying glass. Three sheets each 14 
X 16V2 inches were fastened together, side by side, with sealing wax. 

"a" here means "Above 50 years"; "b" means " Between 16 and 50"; 
"c" means "Under 16," and "e" means "Total," which latter includes 
the "Blacks." "x" means white "Males"; "z" means white "Fe- 
males"; "n" means "Blacks." To carry out the partial uniformity 
with the preceding Hsts the "n" is placed last (after "e" or "Totals"). 

Heads of Families: 

Levell, William, 2 bx, i bz, i ex, i cz, 8 e; 3 n. 

Morgan, Thos. Spery [|?], i bx, 2 bz, i ex, i cz, 41 e; 36 n. 

Snelling, Sarah, i bx, I ex, i cz, 3 e. 

Comberford, Mary, i bz, i ex, i cz, 3 e. 

Torresh, William, i bx, i bz, i ex, 2 cz, 6 e; in. 

Nobs, Joseph, i bx, i bz, i ex, 2 cz, 5 e. 

Carrel, John, i bx, i bz, 3 e; in. 

Nussey, Johanna, i bx, i bz, i ex, 3 e. 

M'^Carnon, Daniel, I ax, i az, 2 bz, 3 ex, i cz, 11 e; 3 n. 

Low, Henry, i ax, 3 bz, 7 ex, 2 ez, 14 e; i n. 

Jackson, James, i bx, i bz, i ex, 3 e. 

Faulkner, Thos., i az, i bx, i bz, 2 ex, 3 cz, 10 e; 2 n. 

Faulkner, Abram, i ax, 2 bz, 4 ex, 3 ez, 10 e. 

Davis, Jean, i az, i ex, 2 e. 

Davis, , I bx, i bz, 4 ex, 6 e. 

Worner, , i bx, i bz, i ex, i cz, 4 e. 

Greenhout, , i ax, i az, i ex, i ez, 6 e; 2 n. 

Stewart, , i ax, 4 bx, 2 bz, 4 ex, 11 e. 

Austin, , I bx, 2 bz, i ex, i ez, 5 e. 

Mathews, — ew, 2 bx, i bz, 2 ez, 5 e. 

Chapman, , i bx, i bz, 5 ex, i cz, 8 e. 

Norress, , i bx, i bz, i ex, 2 ez, 5 e. 

W^ilson, , (Free mulatto), i e; in. 

Austin, , I ax, i bz, 3 ex, 4 ez, 23 e; 14 n. 

— wes, , I bx, 3 bz, 2 cz, 7 e. 

Faulkner, []Isaac?], 2 bx, 2 bz, 5 ex, 2 cz, 11 e. 

Fouthner, Elizabeth, i az, i bz, 2 e. 

Dixson, John, i ax, 2 bz, 3 ex, 3 ez, 13 e; 4 n. 



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Barrett, Elezebeth, i bz, i ex, i cz, 4 e; i n. 

Burgess, William, i ax, 2 bz, 3 e. 

Trice, Vencent, i bx, i bz, i ex, i ez, 5 e; in. 

Chrisp, John, i bx, i bz, 2 ex, I cz, 5 e. 

Atkinson, Aaron, 4 bx, 3 bz, 3 ex, 2 cz, 25 e; 13 n. 

Short, Samuel, i bx, i bz, i ez, 5 e; i n. 

Nicols, Mrs. Henney, i bx, i bz, 2 ex, 2 ez, 41 e; 35 n. 

Wooleott, Methias, i bx, i bz, 3 ez, 5 e. 

Dowling, William, I bx, I bz, 2 ex, I cz, 5 e. 

Mathews, Tho'., i bx, i bz, 2 ex, I cz, 5 e. 

Austin, William, i bx, i bz, 2 ez, 4 e. 

Austin, Ann, i az, i ex, i ez, 3 e. 

Terry, Denisha, i bx, 2 bz, i ex, 2 ez, 6 e. 

Acorn, Tho'., i bx, i bz, 2 e. 

Dewling, Joseph, i ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i ex, i ez, 6 e. 

Ferrell, William, 2 bx, I bz, 2 ex, i cz, ii e; 5 n. 

Durkins, Ann, i bz, 3 ex, 3 cz, 7 e. 

Jackson, Isaac, i ax, i bz, 2 ex, i ez, 5 e. 

SneUing, William, i ax, 2 bz, 3 e. 

Walker, Richard, i bx, i bz, I ex, 3 e. 

Eubanks, John, i bx, I bz, 2 ez, 4 e. 

Eubanks, Rebecah, I az, 2 cz, 3 e. 

Norwood, Robert, 3d, 3 bx, 2 cz, 5 e. 

Sherwood, Prudence, i az, 2 bz, 2 ex, 2 ez, 7 e. 

Humes, Susannah, i bz, 2 ez, 3 e. 

Barrow, James, I ax, 2 bx, 3 bz, 4 ex, I ez, 15 e; 4 n. 

Barrow, Thos., i ax, 4 bx, 2 bz, 3 ex, 12 e; 2 n. 

Warner, Wili"., i ax, i bz, i ex, I ez, 5 e; in. 

Neithsmith, John, i ax, i bx, 2 ex, 5 e; in. 

Fleming, David, I bx, 2 bz, 3 ex, 2 cz, 8 e. 

Coborn, Ann, i bz, 2 ez, 3 e. 

Evens, Mary, 3 bx, i bz, 2 ex, 3 ez, 18 e; 9 n. 

Holladay, Hen^., 2 ax, i bx, 5 bz, i ex, 3 ez, 67 e; 55 n. 

Bowdel, Will""., 2 bx, I bz, 3 ex, i ez, 10 e; 3 n. 

Caslick, Edward, i az, i bx, i ex, I cz, 5 e; in. 

Milwood, Willi"., i bx, l bz, I ez, 3 e. 

Buckley, Henry, i bx, i bz, 2 ex, 2 ez, 9 e; 3 n. 

Corner, Adam, i ax, i az, i bx, I bz, i cz, 14 e; 9 n. 

Harwood, Robert, i ax, i bx, 2 bz, 4 ex, I ez, 30 e; 21 n. 

Hopkins, Lambath, I bx, 3 bz, 2 ex, 4 cz, 10 e. 

Tibbels, John, 2 bx, i bz, i ex, 3 ez, 7 e. 

Smith, Archabald, 3 bx, i bz, 2 ex, 6 e. 



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Hombleton, W"., i ax, 2 bx, 2 bz, 6 e; in. 

Botfeild, Zadock, i bx, 2 bz, i cz, 5 e; i n. 

Hopkins, Joseph, 2 bx, i ex, 3 e. 

Hopkins, Dennis, I bx, 2[?] bz, 2 cz, [?] e; 2 n. 

Hopkins, Francis, I ax, i bx, 4 bz, 3 ex, 2 cz, 16 e; 5 n. 

Isgate, Tho=., i ax, i bz, 3 ex, i cz, 9 e; 3 n. 

Negros, Free, 7 e; 7 n. 

Dixson, William, i bx, 2 bz, i ex, 2 cz, 7 e; i n. 

Harwood, Samuel, I ax, i az, 3 bz, 2 cz, 16 e; 9 n. 

Atkinson, Joseph, I ax, i bx, i bz, 2 cz, 18 e; 13 n. 

Harwood, Mary, 2 bx, i bz, 2 ex, 2 cz, 7 e. 

Harwood, Robert, i bx, I bz, I ex, 2 cz, 5 e. 

Harwood, Ann, i bz, 7 e; 6 n. 

Low, Rachel, I bz, 4 cz, 5 e. 

Hews, Christopher, i bx, I bz, i ex, 2 cz, 5 e. 

Stanton, Elezebeth, i az, 3 bz, i cz, 6 e; in. 

Summers, Mary, I az, i bz, i ex, 3 cz, 6 e. 

Goldsborough, Rob*., 2 bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, 30 e; 24 n. 

Goldsborough, Rob'., I ax, i az, I bx, 2 bz, 51 e; 46 n. 

Condon, James, l bx, i bz, i ex, l cz, 4 e. 

Meggs, John, I bx, i bz, i ex, 3 e. 

Goldsborough, Howse, i bx, 2 bz, i ex, i cz, 28 e; 23'n. 

Condon, William, i ax, i az, l bx, i bz, i ez, 5 e. 

Neighbours, Tho'., i ax, i bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, 2 cz, 9 e; i n. 

Bartlet, Richard, i bx, i bz, 2 ex, i ez, 5 e. 

Bartlet, John, 2 bx, 3 bz, i ez, 6 e. 

Harper, Tho^, i bx, 4 bz, 2 ex, i cz, 21 e; 13 n. 

Spry, John, 2 bx, 2 bz, I ex, 11 e; 6 n. 

Lecount, Anthoney, i ax, i az, 2 bz, i ex, i cz, 13 e; 7 n. 

Robson, Andrew, i bx, l bz, 2 ex, i cz, 9 e; 4 n. 

Rigbey, Jonathon, i bx, i bz, i ex, 3 e. 

Stokes, Elijah, i bx, i bz, I ex, 3 e. 

Rigbey, Philmon, 2 az, 2 bx, i bz, 12 e; 7 n. 

Norwood, William, 2 ax, i bx, 2 bz, 5 ex, i ez, 11 e. 

M Neal, Arch, i ax, 4 bz, 3 ex, 3 ez, II e. 

Mathews, David, I ax, i bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, 4 ez, 10 e. 

Farr,* Richard, I ax, i bx, I bz, 4 ex, i ez, 9 e; I n. 

Lennard, Tho=., I ax, i az, 3 bx, 3 ex, i ez, 9 e. 

Robson, John, 3 bx, 2 bz, 5 ex, 3 ez, 15 e; 2 n. 

Maynard, Foster, I bx, i bz, 3 ex, i ez, 8 e; 2 n. 

Kirbey, Elezebeth, i az, I bx, i bz, 6 ex, 2 ez, 11 e. 

* This may be Farr, Tarr, Garr, etc., being peculiarly and indistinctly written. 
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226 MARYLAND RECORDS— TALBOTT COUNTY 

West, ?klary, i az, 2 bx, 2 bz, i ex, I cz, 7 e. 

Ridgaway, William, I ax, i az, i bx, i bz, 6 e; 2 n. 

Dawson, John, i bx, i bz, 2 ex, i cz, 10 e; 5 n. 

Denney, Mary, i az, 2 bx, 2 bz, 4 ex, 2 cz, 13 e; 2 n. 

Wats, William, i bx, i bz, 7 ex, i cz, 14 e; 4 n. 

Norress, William, i bx, i bz, i ex, i cz, 8 e; 4 n. 

Rigbey, Moses, i bx, i bz, 2 ex, 3 cz, 15 e; 8 n. 

Doughoty, John, 2 bx, 2 bz, 3 ex, 2 cz, 14 e; 5 n. 

Gelon [Gelor?], James, i bx, i bz, 3 ex, 2 cz, 7 e. 

Smith, James, i bx, ibz, 4 ex, 2 ez, 15 e; 7n, 

Seymour, Joseph, i bx, i bz, 2 ex, i ez, 56. 

Richardson, Henry, i bx, 2 bz, i ex, [?] e. 

Lemon [Lamarr?], James, i bx, 2 bz, 3 ex, 3[?] cz, [?] e. 

Marchel, John, i bx, i bz, 2 cz, 4 e. 

Marchel, Ather, i bx, i bz, 2 cz, 4 e. 

Coborn, Anney, i az, i bx, i bz, 3 e. 

Colston, Henry, i az, 3 bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, 2 ez, 13 e; 3 n. 

Smith, Elisha, i bx, I bz, 2 ez, 4 e. 

Gossage, John, i bx, 2 bz, 3 ex, 4 ez, II e; i n. 

Harress, John, i ax, i bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, I cz, 8 e; i n. 

Marchel, Joseph, I bx, i bz, i ex, 4 e; in. 

Oram, Rachel, i az, 2 bx, 2 bz, 3 ex, 4 cz, 12 e. 

Vallont, William, 2 bx, i bz, i ex, 4 ez, 8 e. 

Vallont, Bennet, 2 bx, 3 bz, 3 ex, 2 ez, 10 e. 

Vallont, Nicolas, i az, i bx, i bz, i ex, 4 e. 

Vallont, John, i ax, 2 bx, i bz, i ex, 2 cz, 8 e; i n. 

Eaton, Richard, 3 bx, i bz, i ex, 2 cz, 7 e. 

Nix, Elezebeth, i az, I bz, i ex, 3 e. 

Eaton, John, i az, l bx, i bz, i ex, 2 cz, 9 e; 3 n. 

Oram, William, I bx, i bz, i ex, i cz, 5 e; i n. 

Seymour, Henry, i bx, I bz, 3 ex, 3 cz, 8 e. 

Skinner, Mordica, i bx, i bz, 7 e; 5 n. 

Robson, Tho\, i bx, i bz, 2 e. 

Grace, James, i bx, i bz, i ex, 3 cz, 8 e; 2 n. 

Colslon, James, 2 bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, i cz, 9 e; 2 n. 

Grace, Nathaniel, 2 ax, i az, i bx, i ex, 5 e. 

Grace, Mary, i bz, i ex, 4 cz, 8 e; 2 n. 

Newcom, Robert, i ax, i az, I bx, x bz, 2 ex, i cz, 33 e; 26 n. 

Sewel, Dianna, i az, 5 bx, i bz, i ex, i ez, 9 e. 

Barisood, Adeath "whie" [?], 2 bz, I ez, 3 e. 

Dorter [?], Jonathn, i bx, 2 bz, i ez, 39 e; 35 n. 

Stokes, Susannah, i ax, i bx, 2 ez, 4 e. 



MILL HUNDRED 227 

Whorten, Henry, i ax, i az, i bz, i ex, 4 e. 

Whorten, , i bz, 2 ex, 3 ez, 6 e. 

Harmon, Rachel, i ax, i ez, 2 e. 
Dowel, William, i bx, i bz, i ex, i ez, 4 e. 
Aldren, Elizebeth, 2 az, 2 bz, i cz, 15 e; 10 n. 
Rigby, Tho^, i bx, 3 bz, i ex, i ez, 12 e; 6 n. 
Norwood, Edward, i ax, i az, 3 bz, i ez, 4 e. 
Seymour, John, i ax, i az, i bx, 2 ex, i ez, 6 e. 
Edwards, Ann, i az, i bz, i ex, 3 e. 
Colston, John, i bx, i bz, i ex, 4 e; i n. 
Hindman, Willi"., i az, 3 bx, 3 bz, 46; 39 n. 
Morling, Franeis, i bx, 2 ex, 13 e; 10 n. 

Richardson, , i ax, i bz, 2 ex, 4 e. 

Hopkins, , i bz, 2 cz, 3 e. 

Beaten, , i bz, i e. 

Spencer, , i bz, i ex, i cz, 3 e. 

Coborn, — an, i bx, i bz, 3 ex, 5 cz, 10 e. 

Bartlett, , i ax, 3 bz, 2 ex, i ez, 7 e. 

Kirbey, , i ax, i az, i bx, i bz, 2 ex, i ez, 7 e. 

— orkston, John, i bx, i bz, i ex, 3 e. 

Kirby, — ary, i bz, i ex, i ez, 3 e. 

Negro Dick, 6 e; 6 n. 

Dunn, John, i ax, 2 bx, 4 e; in. 

Robson, [Rob]ert, i ax, i bx, i bz, 2 ex, 4 ez, 9 e. 

Lennard, [J]ohn, i ax, I az, i bx, 2 bz, i ex, i cz, 7 e. 

Gordon, (This record is worn away) i ez, 3 e. 

Hopkins, — ard, i ax, i az, [?] bx, 5 bz, 3 ex, i cz, 14 e; 3 [?] n. 

Banning, — imeah, 2 bx, 12 e; 10 n. 

Banning, [He]nry, 2 bx, 2 bz, 4 ex, 2 cz, 25 e; 15 n. 

Marchel, — es, i bx, 2 bz, 15 e; 12 n. 

Denney, James Earl, 2 bx, 2 bz, i ex, 2 ez, 15 e; 8 n. 

Porter, , i bx, I bz, i ex, 2 cz, 7 e; 2 n. 

Dixson, [^Is^aac, i ax, i bx, 3 bz, i ex, i ez, 27 e; 20 n. 

Chapman, , i bx, 2 bz, i cz, 7 e; 3 n. 

Allen, — OSes, 2 bx, 3 bz, i ex, 2 ez, 29 e; 21 n. 
Tibbels, Tho'., 3 bx, 2 bz, 3 ex, i ez, 15 e; 6 n. 
Siddel, John, i ax, i bz, 2 ex, 2 ez, 6 e. 
Brascup, Tho=., 2 bx, 2 bz, 5 ex, i ez, 10 e. 
Marchel, [Ja]mes, i ax, I az, 2 bz, i cz, 5 e. 
Floyd, [Jo]seph, i ax, i bz, i ex, 3 e. 
Eubanks, [A]dam, i bx, i bz, i ex, i cz, 4 e. 
Thomas, [Wi]lliam, 2 bx, 3 bz, 4 ez, 23 e; 14 n. 



228 MARYLAND RECORDS— TALBOTT COUNTY 

Cardeff, [A]nn, 2 bz, 2 e. 

Irvine, [A]lexand., 2 bx, 2 bz, 4 cz, 8 e. 

Dawson, James, i bx, i bz, i ex, 2 cz, 11 e; 6 n. "Total 1913." 

"Talbot Co. Si. Upon the 3"^ day of Sept'. 1776. Thom^ Tibbels 
maketh Oath that the foregoing and within lists is a just & true Account 
of the number of inhabitants in Mill Hundred taken by order of the 
committie of Observation in the Coty afsd. before J°. S Gibson." 

Upon the back of this record is written in tabular form and in a hand- 
writing different from that of Thomas Tibbels: 

"Whites — under 16 years, [c^, Males 1450, Females 1259 — between 16 
— 50 [b] Males 1227, Females 1361 — above 50, [a] Males 193, Females 
204 — 5694. Add Ve, 949- No Whites 6643." 

"Blacks — under 16 years, [c^, Males 911, Females 904 — between 16 — 
50, [b], Males 692, Females 720 — above 50, ^a]. Males 154, Females 
129 — 3510. Add Ve- 585. No. Blacks 4095, Free Blacks 149, Total 
10,887." 

Talbott County, Tuckahoe Hundred, Census 

of 1776 

This yellow and fragile record consisted apparently of sheets 13V4 
X 12 inches, fastened together by red sealing wax, having a total length 
of 28 inches, doubled. Of the first half but 7V2 X 12 inches remains, 
and an inch strip 21 inches long, from the left side of the other half, 
and carrying the Christian, or "given," names is also missing. All 
decipherable letters, using the magnifying glass, are reproduced for the 
investigator. 

"a" here means "Above 50" years; "b" means "Between 16 & 50"; 
"c" means "Under 16," and "n" means "Blacks." "x" means white 
"Males"; "z" means white "Females." 

Gibson, John, i ax, 3 bx, 2 bz, 3 cz; 30 n. 
Baker, Francis, i az, 4 bx, 3 bz, 2 ex, i cz; 9 n. 
Nicholson, Daniel, i bx, i bz, I ex, i cz. 
Gibson, Wollman, 3"^, 2 bx, 2 bz; 10 n. 
Jackson, William, i [or 4?] bx, i bz, i cz; i n. 
Clayland, John, i bx, 2 bz, i ex, i cz; 6 n. 
Collener, John, i bx. 
Shepard, John, i bx, i bz, 2 ex. 
Middleton, William, 3 bx, i bz, i ex; 11 n. 



TUCKL\HOE HUNDRED 229 

Hartt, Chri''., i az, i bx, i bz, 4 cz. 

Porter, William, i bx, i bz, 2 ex, 3 cz; 8 n. 

Lloyd, Edward, 6 bx, 4 bz, 3 cz; 15 n. 

Ford, Charles, I bx, 2 bz, i ex, 2 cz. 

Hall, George, i bx, 3 cz. 

Alleway, William, i bx, i bz, 5 cz. 

Webster, William, i ax, i ex. 

Jones, Ann, i bz, i ex, i cz. 

Sunksout [?], Mary, i bx, 3 bz, i ex, 3 cz. 

Cheavis [P^, John, i bx, i bz. 

Powell, John, I bx, 2 bz; 9 n. 

Warner, — bert, i bx, 2 bz, i ex, 2 cz. 

Hall, — rbert, 2 bx, 2 bz, 4 ex, 2 cz; 3 n. 

Cooper, [AVill]iam, i bx, i bz, 2 ex, 3 cz; 6 n. 

Countiee, , i az, I bx, 2 bz [Torn^. 

Plumer, Yarnall, i bx, I bz, i ex, 2 cz. 

Plumer, Thomas, i bx, 2 bz, 4 ex, i cz; i n. 

Callahan, Ann, i bx, 2 bz, 3 ex; 2 n. 

Surat, [Sweat?], Edward, 2 ax, 2 bx, I bz, 2 ex, 2 cz. 

Dwiging, Robert, 2 bx, i bz, 2 ex, 3 cz; 2 n. 

Milington, Nickson, i ax, i az, i bx, i bz, i ex, i cz; 3 n. 

Morley, Joseph, i bx; 10 n. 

Millington, , i bx, 3 ex, 3 cz; 2 n. 

— allehorn [?], , i bx, 3 bz, 4 ex [Torn]. 

Harris, — ett, i ax, i bx, 2 bz, 2 cz. 

Williams, , 6 bx, i bz; 3 n. 

Stacy, , I bx, i bz, i cz. 

Rex [?], Rua [?], I bx, i bz, 2 cz. 

Williss, , I ax, I bx,. i bz, 5 ex, 2 cz. 

Nickers, , i az, i bx, 2 bz, 2 cz; 9 n. 

Nickers, , I bx, i bz, i ex, 2 cz. 

Pamer, , i bx, i bz, 2 ex, 4 cz; 2 n. 

Roberts, , i az, 2 bx, 2 bz, 4 cz; i n. 

— ke, , I bz, 3 ex, i cz. 

Forster, , 3 bx, 3 bz, 2 ex; 2 n. 

Buly or Beely, , i az, 2 bx, i bz, 2 ex, 4 cz; 9 n. 

Mattorn [?], , 2 bz, i ex; i n. 

Norton, , i ax, i bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, i cz. 

Pattin, , I bx, i bz, 3 ex. 

— np, , I az, 5 bz, i ex, i cz; 8 n. 

Griffeth, — t, I bx, 2 bz, 2 ex, 2 cz. 
Norton, , i ax; 4 n. 



230 ALA.RYLAND RECORDS— TALBOTT COUNTY 

Warner, , i ax, i az, i bx, 2 bz, 3 ex. 

Batey, , i bx. 

Maxwell, , 19 n. 

Lloyd, • — nnet, 58 n. 



Dimmond, 

Rpnnll« 


, 2 bx, 2 bz, I ex, I cz; 9 n. 

T hv r\7 T r'V '7 r*? 


— k, , 


, 1 UA., -£ Uz,, 1 CA, ^ L.Z., 

I bx; 7 n. 

riY T h7 T {^7 * *? n 


ilQcr, 

Miller, 

—kril, 

Berwick, - 
Cottner, — 
Blackwell, 


, ^ UA, 1 UZ., 1 ^^1 / ii* 

— , I bx. 

-, I ax, I az, I bz, 3 ex, 2 cz; 3 n. 

, I bx, I bz; in. 

-er, I bx, I bz, i ex. 
, 2 bx; 6 n. 


3,rron , 

Sware, 

- — iets, 

— nes, 

RnrHlv 


, I DX J 2 n. 
-, I bx, I bz, I cz. 
-, I bx, I bz, 2 ex, I cz. 
-, I bx, I bz, 4 ex, I cz. 

1 rrv 1 \~i7 r*Y • T n n 


Cole, , 

Williams, - 


, ^ UA, ^ UZ., ^ CA , L\J 11. 

, I bx, I bz, 2 ex, 2 cz. 
, I bx. 


vv drncr, 
Foster, — 

Ozemon, — 


, I UX* 

— , I bx. 
-n, I bx. 

T Viv 1 y^'j • 1 n 


Sylvester, - 


, 1 UA, ^ UZ, , L^ 11. 

, I az, I bx, 1 ex, 3 cz. 

T r\v T r»7 T f^7 'An 


\ \ 1 Cll^ll, 


, 1 UA, 1 UZ., 1 K.£, f ^ 11. 


VJdllllWil, 

Grace [?], 

Long, 

North, 

Roberson, 

Curry, 

Lane, 

plummer, - 


, 1 UA, 1 \JL.f ^ L.A, \J LZ,. 

, I az, I bx, I bz, 2 ex, 2 cz; 3 n, 

, I ax, I bx, 2 ex, 2 cz. 
-, I bx. 

, I bz; 6 n. 

-, 4bz; 5 n. 

, I ax, I az, I bx, i bz, i ex, 2 cz. 

— n, I az, I bx, l bz, i ex, 2 cz; i n. 



pickiran, — obert, 2 bx, 4 bz; 10 n. 

Totals: 7 ax, 11 az, 64 bx, 75 bz, 76 ex, 70 cz; 254 n, "including 
21 Free Mulattoes." 

"6" September, 1776, James Wrenst [?] maketh oath to the List of 
within inhabitants in Tuckahoe Hundred taken by him. 

before J°. S [?]. Gibson." 



HARFORD COUNTY 



Harford County, Oaths of Fidelity, March Court, 

1778 

A List of persons in Harford County who have taken the following 
Oath before the Different magistrates as mentioned below and returned 
by them to Harford County Court. 

Harford County was established 1773, from Baltimore County. 

(See Oaths reproduced in Prince George's Co. section) 

Taken before the Worshipfull James M^Comas 

Sixteen Returns — 1146 men. Recorded Md. Hist. Soc. A copy from 
a copy of the original. 



I. 


The Worshipfull James ; 


M Comas' 


Returns. 


2. 


Norris, Abraham 


26. 


Billingsley, Francis 


3- 


Rose, Joseph 


27. 


Vance, Samuel 


4- 


Callender, Robert 


28. 


Vance, Da-vid 


5- 


Booth, Richard 


29. 


Henlon, Patrick 


6. 


Wigings, Samuel 


30. 


Multon, Patrick 


7- 


Aooistock, Peter 


31- 


Porter, Charles 


8. 


Green, Abel 


32. 


Baker, Charles 


9- 


Durham, John (Snr.) 


33- 


Banks, Andrew 


10. 


Norris, Thomas (of John) 


34- 


Bronnwood, John 


II. 


Mather, Thomas 


35- 


Brown, William 


12. 


Mather, Michael 


36. 


Toppey, William 


13- 


Rumage, George 


37- 


Murphy, Archabald M. 


14. 


Smithson, Nathaniel 


38. 


Callender, Robert (Jnr.) 


15- 


Paris, William 


39- 


Goodwin, William 


16. 


Carroll, James (Jnr.) 


40. 


Finnagon, Patrick 


17- 


Norris, Daniel 


41. 


Saunders, Thomas (Farmer) 


18. 


Saunders, William 


42. 


Walker, John 


19. 


MComas, John (of Danl.) 


43- 


Norris, James 


20. 


Ruth, Joseph 


44. 


Duley, James 


21. 


Bridge, James 


45- 


M Comas, W-. (of Solm.) 


22. 


Ruff, Henry (Jnr.) 


46. 


White, Stephen 


23- 


Frier, Isaac 


47- 


Everett, James 


24. 


Dobbins, James 


48. 


Bronnley, Arthur 


25- 


Whitaker, Isaac 


49- 


Baker, Theophelus 



234 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



50. Baker, Gedion 

51. Freeman, Thomas 

52. Norris, Aquila 

53. Wild, John 

54. Trons, John 

55. Spencer, Rowland 

56. Howard, Samuel 

57. Ewen, Alexander 

58. M ■'Comas, Solomon 

59. M ''Comas, John (of W".) 

60. Connaway, Lawrence 

61. Amoss, Maulden 

62. Everett, Samuel 

63. Chalk, George 
64 Wheeler, James 

65. Norris, Richard 

66. Cunningham, Thomas 

67. Kembol, James 

68. Tossett, Jonathan 

69. Brown, James 

The within is a true Copy of the 
Oath of Fidelity and Support to the 



70. Stevenson, Jonas 

71. Cain, James 

72. St. Clair, William 

73. Hanson, Edward 

74. Quinnlin, Philip 

75. Webster, Samuel (Snr.) 

76. Brooks, John 

77. Jarnes, John 

78. Huggins, James 

79. Lewes, Jessee 

80. James, Sedwick 

81. Beck, Peter 

82. Rogers, Thomas 

83. Suoit, Alexander 

84. Small, Robert 

85. Mattocks, John 

86. Norris, Joseph 

87. M^Gaw, James 

88. White, Graston 

89. Steuart, William 

names of those who have taken the 
State of Maryland 

Sworn before 

James M "Comas. 



1. The Worshipfull William 

2. Waters, Thomas 

3. Williams, Francis 

4. Jones, Gilbert 

5. Smith, James 

6. Hutchens, Thomas 

7. Thomas, Daniel 

8. Norris, Edward (of Edwd.) 

9. Norris, Alexander 

10. Richardson, Vincent 

11. Ruth, Moses (Jnr.) 

12. Brandrick, William 

13. Rogers, Robert 

14. Standerford, Samuel 

15. Conn, Robert 

16. Richardson, Thomas 

17. Cochean, Isaac 



Smithson's Returns 

18. Bond, Peter 

19. Armstrong, Sheperd 

20. Morrow, Benjamin 

21. Calwell, Samuel 

22. Martin, Robert 

23. Herbert, Charles 

24. Armstrong, John 

25. Bay, Hugh 

26. Allen, John 

27. Bull, William 

28. Everett, James 

29. Ady, William 

30. Todd, Patrick 

31. Todd, Andrew 

32. Richardson, Henry 

33. Norris, James 



OATHS OF FIDELITY 235 

34. M'^Cord, James 36. Richardson, Thomas 

35. Richardson, WilHam 37. Norris, John (of John) 

Harford County. This is to Certify that this is a true Copy of the 
names of the persons that has taken the Oath of Fidelity according 
<^° Laws. ^^ Smithson. 

1. The Worshipfull Thos. Johnson Returns 

2. Drummond, Thomas 11. Johnson, Thos., Jnr. 

3. Moore, James 12. Denny, Simon 

4. Sweny, Mathew 13. Bibb, James 

5. Hill, Stephen 14. Clark, Robert 

6. Kyle, WilHam 15. Monroe, William 

7. Wilson, Henry, Jnr. 16. Clark, David 

8. Thomas, Henry 17. Rigdon, James 

9. Seney, Patrick 18. Gawett, John 

ID. Taes, Andrew 19. Stapleton, Edward 

Harford Co. State of Maryland. I hereby Certify that the above 
named Persons did take and Subscribe the above Oath before me 

Thos. Johnson. 

A List of those who took repeated and Subscribed the afore- 
said Oath before William Webb, Esq decd. 

1. Webb, Samuel 20. Howlett, James 

2. Beshang, John 21. Browne, Joshua 

3. Webb, Samuel, Jnr. 22. Taylor, Thomas 

4. Jenkins, Samuel 23. Cunningham, Edward 

5. Crockett, Gilbert 24. Osborn, Benjamin 

6. Marmold, James 25. Burr, John 

7. Crockett, Samuel 26. Osborn, William (of Benja.) 

8. Jrudir, Simon 27. Bailey, J as. Francis 

9. Wells, William 28. Scarff, Benjamin 

10. Johnson, Isaac 29. Baker, Maurice 

11. Carlan, George 30. Baker, John 

12. Modin, Patrick 31. Hill, Thomas (Sailor) 

13. AUender, \\^lliam 32. James, Walter 

14. Allender, Thomas 33. Smith, Zachariah 

15. Crooks, Henry 34. Brown, John (wheelright) 

16. Clark, Robert, Jnr. 35. Bailey, Groombright 

17. Goffey, Henry 36. Maxwell, James 

18. Steel, James 37. Day, John (of Edward) 

19. Howlett, Andrew 38. Waltham, Thomas 



236 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



39- 


Waltham, William 


61. 


Dailey, William 


40. 


Day, John, Jnr. 


62. 


Bolton, John 


41. 


Debruler, James 


63- 


Wilson, John 


42. 


Poison, Joseph 


64. 


Sweeney, David 


43- 


Woodland, Jonathan 


65- 


Benton, Henry 


44. 


Dorsey, J no. Hammond 


66. 


Bennington, Nehemiah 


45- 


Hughston, John 


67. 


Barclay, John 


46. 


Woollin, Major 


68. 


Warman, Joseph 


47- 


Tuder, John 


69. 


Lockart, Samuel 


48. 


Hughs, John 


70. 


Barnet, James 


49- 


Woollin, Richard 


71- 


Cough, Hugh M. 


50. 


Debueler, William 




his 


51- 


Hall, Isaac 


72. 


Crooks X Robert 


52. 


AlHnder, John 




mark 


53- 


Saunders, Robert 


73- 


M-^Elmarey, Patrick 


54- 


Monk, Richard 


74- 


Clark, James 


55- 


Taylor, John Hodges 


75- 


Crooker, James 


56. 


Smith, Josias 


76. 


Wilson, Arsbel 


57- 


Baker, William 


n- 


Allexander, James 


58. 


Baker, John (of Theophilas) 


78. 


Giffin, Robert 


59- 


Reeves, Josias 


A true Copy by J no. Archer. 


60. 


Wetherall, Henry 






I. 


The Worshipfull William 


Bond's 


Returns. 


2. 


Finley, Joseph 


17- 


Bond, James (of Jos.) 


3- 


Clemmons, Christopher 


18. 


Slator, Thomas 


4- 


Morrison, Joseph 


19. 


Shipley, Elijah 


5- 


Durham, Samuel 


20. 


Stanley, William (Miller) 


6. 


Durham, Aquila 


21. 


Hunt, Robert 


7- 


Scott, James (of Aquila) 


22. 


Hanna, James 



8. Smith, Bazie 

9. Thurston, Thomas 

10. Taylor, John (Planter) 

11. Dinham, John (of Jesse) 

12. Lattimore, John 

13. Smithson, Thomas 

14. Scott, Aquila (of James) 

15. Hambleton, Edward 

16. Knight, Thomas 

These are to Certify that the above named persons took and Sub- 
scribed their names to the above Oath before me, one of the State of 
Maryland Justices for Harford County y^m Rond 



23. Moores, John 

24. Jeovis, James 

25. Bond, Buckler 

26. Joice, Elijah (Carpenter) 

27. Calder, John 

28. Bamhill, John 

29. Deingan, Daniel 

30. Taylor, John (son of John) 



OATHS OF FIDELITY 



237 



1. The Worshipfull William Wilson's Returns 

2. Giles, Jacob, Jnr. 4. Wilson, Saml. (son of William) 

3. Giles, Jacob 5. Gover, Philip 
1778, Feb 28 Samuel Hopkins 6. Vandergrift, George 

(Signed) William Wilson. 



The Worshipfull Aquila Paca's Returns, March ist 1778 



Ellis, John 
Madford, W-. 
Phillips, James 
Smith, W-. 
Chistee, Gabriel 
M'=Comas, Alexa. 

8. Carroll, James, Snr. 

9. M'^Comas, Edward Day 
ID. Jones, John X 

11. Gale, William 

12. Smith, Joseph 

13. Stevenson, John 

14. Dars, Richard Tootill 

15. Tare, James 

16. Nuth, Moses, Snr. 

17. Hanesey, Patrick X 

18. Dixon, Peter X 

19. Cartin, John X 

20. Reardon, James 

21. Dooly, Edward 

22. Jones, Awbray X 

23. Cunningham, Clothworth 

24. Ecksen, Nichas 

25. Cunningham, George X 

26. Hamon, John 

27. Danny, Simon, Jnr. 



28. Riely, Narmt X 

29. Byfoot, Moses X 

30. Dallam, Richard, Snr. 

31. Jones, William 

32. Rigdon, Charles 

33. Chrisholm, Thos. 

34. Ayres, Thos. X 

35. Brown, Edward X 
Rhoads, George Lerton X 
Nelson, John 
Giles, Thomas 
Mubery, William 
Beck, John 

41. Fraulknor, Robert X 

42. Brown, Robert X 
Osborn, Cyrus 
Trickert, Obadiah X 
Lerter, Norris 
Eseldein, John 
Sutton, Saml. X 
Ganetson, Freeborn 
Ganetson, Richd. 

50. Hall, Thos. 

51. Deimer, John 

52. Dearon, Francis 

53. Cord, Abraham 



36. 
37- 
38. 
39- 
40. 



Harford County A true Copy Mch ist 1778 



Aquilla Paca. 



A List of Persons that have taken their Affirmation of Fidelity and 
Support to this State Agreeable to an Act of Assembly entitled An Act 
for the better Support of the Government. 

Harford County. Before me Saml. Groome Osborn. 

I. Paul, John 3. Birckhead, Samuel 



2. Paul, James 



4. Timmons, John 



238 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



The Worshipfull Mordacai Amoss' Returns 

41. Peteel, Thos. 

42. Amoss, W". (of James) 



I. 

2. Morgan, Geo. 

3. Bell, John 

4. Smith, Nathan 

5. Flatt, John 

6. Cambell, James 

7. Dunnahoe, Dent 

8. Brierley, George 

9. Brierley, Henry 

10. Warwick, John 

11. Brierley, Robert 

12. Dome, William 

13. Stewart, James 

14. Slaide, Ezehiel 

15. M'^Comas, Danl. (of John) 

16. Parsons, John 

17. Bull, Cacob 

18. Montgomery, Thomas 

19. Watkins, Samuel 

20. Wright, William 

21. Slade, Ezekiel, Jnr. 

22. Foster, Samuel 

23. Foster, Henry 

24. Bassett, John 

25. Leonard, Edward 

26. Anderson, James 

27. Lyon, John 

28. Slade, Thomas 

29. Mead, James, Jnr. 

30. Fox, Richard 

31. Slade, W™. 

32. Clark, Robt. 

33. Cowan, Edward 

34. Amoss, Benja. 

35. Tonte, Abram 

36. Parsons, Isaac 

37. Connolly, John 

38. Norris, 

39. Norris, J no. 

40. Pryne, James 



43. Turner, Robert 

44. Pryne, John 

45. Long, Daniel 

46. Harper, George 

47. Spencer, Zachariah 

48. Tany, James 

49. Doran, Hugh 

50. Benfield, David 

51. Warwck, William 

52. Leakin, James 

53. Hawcy, William 

54. Hawkins, Robert 

55. Richardson, Samuel 

56. Roberts, John 

57. Alton, John 

58. Smith, John 

59. Richardson, Benja. 

60. Mogan, James 

61. Amoss, Joshua 

62. Norris, John 

63. Chew, Job J\L 

64. Smith, Vincent 

65. Amoss, Aquila 

66. Long, Peter 

67. Doran, Patrick 

68. Doran, John 

69. Amoss, George 

70. Amoss, Mordicai, Jnr. 

71. Amoss, William 

72. Thacker, John 

73. Gibson, Francis 

74. Gibson, John 

75. Hughes, "Aram" 

76. Poceer, Danl. 

77. EUett, Thos. 

78. Price, Benja. 

79. Bond, Daniel 



A true Copy of the names of all the persons who have taken the Oath 
of Allegience, as prescribed by the Assembly of the State of Maryland 
before me Mch. 18", 1778. Mordicai Amoss. 



OATHS OF FIDELITY 



239 



I. The Worshipfull Samuel G. Osborne's Returns. 



2. Presbury, George B. 

3. Fulton, John 

4. Norris, Agl [Aql?] (of Edward) 

5. Roberts, Billingsley 

6. Waltham, Charlton 

7. White, James 

8. Turner, Thomas 
Carlisle, Lancelot 
Boyce, Roger 
Owens, Edward 
Sewell, John 



13. Jarrett, Henry 

14. Phips, Joseph 

15. Hewett, Joseph 

16. Morsell, Kidd 

17. Clarke, John 

18. Owens, James 

19. Sutler, Isaac 

20. Chew, Richard 

21. Barnett, John 

22. Dungan, Benjamin 



9- 
10. 
II. 
12. 

A List of persons that have taken the Oath of Fidelity to Support 
this State Agreeable to an Act of Assembly Intitled An Act for the Better 
Support of the Government. Harford County 

Samuel G. Osborne. 



I. 


The Worshipfull Aquila Hall's Returns. 


2. 


Stokes, Robert 


26. 


Hall, John Beedle 


3- 


Hall, James White 


27. 


Coupland, George 


4- 


Holliday, Robt. 


28. 


Gibson, John Lee 


5- 


Dalian, Francis 


29. 


Bradford, George 


6. 


Bull, John 


30. 


Vansukler, Henry 


7- 


Brasher, Robert 


31- 


Patterson, John 


8. 


Vancleane, John 


32. 


Scott, James (son of J as.) 


9- 


Giles, Edward 


33- 


Young, Samuel 


10. 


Paca, John 


34- 


Conhoway, Michael 


II. 


Hall, Edward 


35- 


Hall, Benedt. Edwd. 


12. 


Tolley, Edward Caroil 


36. 


Grace, Aaron 


13- 


Lewis, Clement 


37- 


Combest, Utey 


14. 


Ruff, Richard 


38. 


Osbourn, James, Jnr. 


15- 


Jones, William X 


39- 


Little, George 


16. 


Lushody, Francis 


40. 


Mather, James 


17- 


Hall, William, Snr. 


41. 


Griffith, Samuel 


18. 


Mathews, James 


42. 


Brown, Garrett 


19- 


Hall, Aquila, Jnr. 


43- 


White, Thomas 


20. 


Bevard, Charles 


44. 


Hall, John (of Cranberry) 


21. 


Ward, Edward, Jnr. 


45- 


Henerson, Philip 


22. 


Legoe, Benedict 


46. 


Hughes, John Hall 


23- 


"Wite" Richard 


47- 


Walkins, John 


24. 


Stiles, Joseph 


48. 


Chaney, John 


25- 


Andrews, Abraham 


49- 


Evans, Benjamin 



240 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



50. 


Hanson, John, Jnr. 


92. 


Hall, William, Jnr. 


51- 


Walcott, John X 


93- 


Drew, George 


52. 


Beck, Caleb 


94- 


Kennard, Michael 


53- 


Osbourn, William 


95- 


Shinton, John 


54- 


Sutton, Thomas 


96. 


Armstrong, John 


55- 


Robinson, William 


97- 


Hollis, W-., Snr. 


56. 


Osbourn, William 


98. 


Hollis, W-., Jnr. 


57- 


Drew, Henry 


99- 


Ruff, John 


58. 


Smith, William 


100. 


Reason, James X 


59- 


Dixon, Morris X 


lOI. 


Coupland, John 


60. 


Cheney, George, Jnr. 


102. 


Nutterwell, Daniel 


61. 


Garland, Francis X 


103. 


Kimble, Samuel 


62. 


Hanson, Hollis 


104. 


Wood, John 


63. 


Combes, Jacob 


105. 


Brown, John 


64. 


Pentenney, Joseph 


106. 


Garrittson, Garritt 


65- 


Kimble, James, Jnr. 


107. 


Steuart, James 


66. 


Chaney, George 


108. 


Michael, Balsher 


67. 


Reading, William X 


109. 


Gordon, Alexander 


68. 


Chaney, Benjamin 


no. 


Crouch, Stephen X 


69. 


Whiteaker, Isaac X 


III. 


Budd, George 


70. 


Hollis, Amos 


112. 


Dorsey, Frisby 


71- 


West, William 


113- 


Frisbey, Thomas Peregrine 


72. 


Hall, Josas 


114. 


Mobsler, James 


73- 


Hays, John, Jnr. 


115- 


Gilmore, Charles 


74- 


Bennett, Peter 


116. 


Debrular, Anthony 


75- 


Taylor, John 


117. 


Taylor, John 


76. 


Crawford, Alexander 


118. 


Pike, Hutchins 


77- 


Patterson, George 


119. 


Gelley, William 


78. 


Mathews, Roger 


120. 


MCarty, James 


79- 


Standley, John X 


121. 


Buckley, John X 


80. 


Bennett, Levin 


122. 


Warfield, Henry 


81. 


Johnson, William 


123. 


Mathews, John, Sen. 


82. 


Try, Paultis 


124. 


Mathews, John, Jnr. 


83. 


Daugherty, Samuel 


125. 


Eagle, James X 


84. 


Woolsey, Joseph 


126. 


Ashley, Thomas 


85. 


Beatty, Archabald 


127. 


Dallam, John 


86. 


Jackson, Thomson X 


128. 


Lenagin, James 


87. 


Paca, Aquila, Jnr. 


129. 


M^egay, Robert 


88. 


Loney, William 


130. 


Whiteaker, John 


89. 


Drew, James 


131- 


Bennett, Benjamin 


90. 


Drew, Anthoney 


132. 


Caine, Edward 


91- 


Mash, Loyd 




Aquila Hall, 



OATHS OF FIDELITY 



241 



I. 


The Worshipfull Robert 


Amos' Returns 


2. 


Baker, Charles, Capt. 


43- 


Lyon, Jonathan 


3- 


Hitchcock, Asael, Jnr. 


44. 


Coleman, George 


4- 


Britton, W-". 


45- 


Turner, John 


5- 


Hitchcock, Josiah, Jnr. 


46. 


Mekemson, John 


6. 


Miles, Aquila 


47- 


Cowley, Mathew 


7- 


Robinson, Edwd. 


48. 


Mekemson, William 


8. 


Talbott, James 


49- 


Mekemson, Thos. 


9- 


CarHle, Robert 


50. 


Ayers, Stephen 


10. 


Ash ten, Joseph 


51- 


Meegaa, James 


II. 


Parker, Aquila 


52. 


Brown, John 


12. 


James, W". 


53- 


Davidson, John 


13- 


Amoss, Joshua (of James) 


54- 


Smith, John 


14. 


Hitchcock, Asel, Snr. 


55- 


Patterson, W". 


15. 


Norris, W". 


56. 


M'=Donald, John 


16. 


McDonald, Cornelius 


57- 


Hanna, Hugh 


17- 


Nelson, Hugh 


58. 


Almony, John 


18. 


Amoss, James, Snr. 


59- 


Kelly, Arthu 


19- 


Dale, John 


60. 


Roberts, W-. 


20. 


Hutchins, Richard 


61. 


Giles, James 


21. 


Peairs, John 


62. 


Thomas, John 


22. 


Parker, Martin 


63- 


Markham, William 


23- 


Parker, John 


64. 


Hanna, Caleb 


24. 


Amoss, Nicholas 


65. 


Smithson, David 


25- 


Evans, Evan 


66. 


Garrison, John 


26. 


Talbott, Matthew 


67. 


Dublin, John Stewart 


21. 


Taylor, Charles 


68. 


Stewart, John 


28. 


Knight, W". 


69. 


Simpson, W". 


29. 


Creswell, Marthew 


70. 


Bently, Joshua 


30. 


Harper, Moses 


71- 


Sturgem, Robt. 


31- 


Robinson, Richard (of Edw. 


) 72. 


McDonald, Hugh 


32. 


Ditto, W-. 


73- 


Amoss, Benjn., Capt. 


33- 


Biddle, Benja. 


74- 


Carter, Benjn. 


34- 


Corbet, John 


75- 


Whiteford, Hugh 


35- 


MCourtie, James 


76. 


Oldham, Henry 


36. 


Cambell, John, Snr. 


77- 


Hutchins, Jacob 


37- 


Horrod, W". 


78. 


Williams, David 


38. 


Curry, James 


79- 


Ensor, Thomas 


39- 


Harthey, Joseph 


80. 


Beaven, John I. 


40. 


Barton, James 


81. 


Robinson, Charles 


41. 


Amoss, James, Jnr. 


82. 


Taylor, John (of Chas.) 


42. Duncan, James 
17 


83- 


Butersbo, John 



242 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



84. 


Robinson, W"., Jnr. 


III. 


Donoley, J as. 


85- 


Hutchins, \V". 


112. 


Rutledge, John 


86. 


Burton, Richard 


113- 


Robins, Job 


87. 


Garrison, Cornelius 


114. 


Standiford, Jas. 


88. 


Guyon, John 


115- 


Smith, John 


89. 


Chocke, John 


116. 


Smith, Jas. 


90. 


Clark, Aquila 


117. 


Carson, John 


91. 


Hitchcock, John 


118. 


Morris, John 


92. 


Hitchcock, W"". 


119. 


Marsh, John 


93- 


Rockhold, John, Jnr. 


120. 


Scofield, W-. 


94- 


Taylor, John 


121. 


Parker, W-. 


95- 


Norris, James 


122. 


Appelton, Edwd. 


96. 


Jivdon, Richard 


123. 


Amos, Henry 


97- 


Carroll, Peter 


124. 


Ditto, Henry 


98. 


Rockhold, Asael 


125. 


Forrisdale, Stanford 


99- 


Carman, Andrew 


126. 


Reves, Noah 


100. 


Craven, Andrew 


127. 


Day, Robt. 


lOI. 


Rice, Walter 


128. 


Baldwin, W". 


102. 


Poison, John 


129. 


Scarff, John 


103. 


Eagon, Samson 


130. 


Shipley, Richard 


104. 


Jarrett, Jesse 


131- 


Hitchcock, Josiah, Snr. 


105. 


Day, Samuel 


132. 


Hitchcock, Henry 


106. 


Garrott, W"-. 


133- 


Robinson, W""., Snr. 


107. 


Thomas, Thos. 


134- 


MClelan, Nathan 


108. 


Johnson, Moses 


135- 


Evans, Griffith 


109. 


Beard, Thos. 


136. 


J ones, Joseph 


no. 


Elder, Robt. 







Coppy of ye affirmation and affirmers thereto proceeding taken before 



Robert Amoss. 



I. The Worshipfull John Archer's Returns 



2. Smith, Samuel 

3. Mdintock, Mathew, Jnr. 

4. Monohan, Arthur. 

5. Baylis, Daniel 

6. Stack, Jacob 

7. Smith, David 

8. Teats, C. S. 

9. Bull, Jacob 

10. MClure, William 

11. Jameson, Alexander 



12. Hart, John 

13. Boardsman, W'illiam 

14. Smith, James 

15. Monohan, John 

16. Baylis, Samuel 

17. Perry, Thos. X Feb. 2d, 1778 

18. Slack, John 

19. Cretin, John, Feb. 7th, 1778 

20. Jervis, John 

21. MLaughlin, George 



OATHS OF FIDELITY 



243 



22. Cretin, Patrick 

23. Smith, W". (son of W".) 

24. Bromly, Joseph, Feb. 7th 1778 

25. Hanna, James 

26. Moorn, John 

27. Morgan, Edward 

28. Hormott, Andrew 

29. Kroesen, Richard 

30. Pritchard, Thomas X 

31. iVIiUien, Patrick X 

32. Pritchard, Obediah 

33. Kennedy, James 

34. Bonar, WilHam 

35. Jeffry, Robert X 

36. Rowntree, Thomas 

37. Armstrong, James 

38. Gilbert, Michael, Snr. 

39. Baylis, Benjamin 

40. Gilbert, Parker 

41. Gilbert, PhiHp 

42. Perkins, John 

43. Kroesen, John 

44. Hagon, Henry 

45. Moore, James 

46. Holmes, James 

47. Horner, James 

48. Smith, Thomas 

49. Powar, Nicholas 

50. Gilbert, Samuel 

51. Gilbert, Taylor 

52. Smith, Hugh 

53. Wamagin, Thomas X 

54. Clark, John 

55. Kroesen, Nicholas, Feb. 21, 

1778 

56. Huff, Abraham 

57. Price, Daniel 

58. Vanhorn, Ezekiel 

59. Kirkpatrick, Hugh 

60. Smith, Robert 

61. Dever, Hugh 

62. Butler, George 



63- 

64. 

65- 
66. 
67. 
68. 
69. 
70. 

71- 
72. 

73- 
74- 
75- 
76. 

77- 
78. 

79- 
80. 
81. 
82. 

83. 

84. 

85- 
86. 
87. 



90. 

91. 
92. 

93. 
94, 

95 



97. 
98, 

99 
100. 

lOI. 



M-^Laughlin, Robert, Feb. 21, 

1778 
MClure, Robert 
Jamison, John 
M Bride, John 
M Donald Patrick 
Pritchard, James, Jnr. 
Dickson, David 
Caldwell, John 
Kennedy, Thomas 
Ramsay, William 
Chiswell, Robert 
Creswell, Robert 
Criswell, Robert 
Courtney, Thomas 
Smith, Ralph 
Sims, George 
Vanhorn, Richard 
MClintock, Mathew 
Langhin, Peter 
Jibb, John X 
Gilbert, Mich. 
MLaughlin, John 
Hanson, Jacob X 
Baylis, Nache. 
Silner, Benjamin 
Wells, James 
Baylis, Robert 
Gilbert, Charles (son of 

Michl.) 
Baylis, Elias 
Smith, Benja. 
Andrews, Thomas 
Durbin, Daniel 
Carey, John 
Pritchard, James, Feb. 26th 

1778 
Dallam, Richard 
Garrett, Amos 
Hanna, John 
Cretin, John, Jnr. 
Curry, John X 



244 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



102. Cuddy, James, Feb. 26", 1778 134. 

103. Jevis, Joseph 135. 

104. Jameson, John (Farmer) 136. 

105. Alonohon, Arthur 137. 

106. Hanna, Alexander 138. 

107. Esther, James X 139. 

108. Cunningham, John 140. 

109. Logne, W"., Snr. X 141. 
no. Boyle, Thos., Feb. 28"^ 1778 142. 

111. Cultraugh, William 143. 

112. Eratt, William 144. 

113. Loney, Amos 145. 

114. Walker, James 146. 

115. Wilmott, Richard 147. 

116. Corsly, Richard 148. 

117. Breden, Robert 149. 

118. Cooley, John 150. 

119. Davidson, John 151. 

120. Barns, William 152. 

121. Mathews, Bennet 153. 

122. Gilbert, Michael 154. 

123. Taylor, Walter, Feb. 28th 1778 155. 

124. Watson, Archibald 156. 

125. Clark, Lawrence 157. 

126. Smith, Nathe. 158. 

127. Gilbert, Charles, Snr. 159. 

128. Tilbrook, John 160. 

129. Waldron, Richard 161. 

130. Britchard, John 162. 

131. Sheredine, James 163. 

132. Denny, Michael 164. 

133. Small, John 



Hawthorn, John 

Harrington, Thomas 

MClure, James 

Campbell, Daniel 

Criswell, William 

Blackburn, Robert 

MCann, Arthur (Miller) 

Culver, Benja. 

Browne, Thomas 

Ferguson, Andrew 

Smith, Patrick, Feb. 28*'' 1778 

ODonnell, Michael 

Hays, Archer 

Gilbert, Aquila 

Jeffrey, Hugh 

Hasset, William 

ODillen, Lawrence 

Huston, James 

Sharswood, \\'illiam 

Culver, Robert 

Roney, John X 

MCann, Arthur X (Weaver) 

Wilson, Andrew 

Townley, John X 

Dallam, Josias W"". 

Worster, Robert 

Murphy, Edward X 

Byard, James 

Hays, John 

MFaddin, Daniel 

Cunning, Philip 

John Archer. 



I. The Worshipfull John Love's Returns 



2. Pennith, Thomas 

3. West, William 

4. Preston, William 

5. Honnoll, William 

6. Preston, Daniel 

7. Key, Job 

8. Bussey, Edward 

9. Scott, Nathan 



10. Clark, William, Jnr. 

11. West, Nathaniel, Jnr. 

12. Preston, James 

13. Corbet, William 

14. West, Jonathan 

15. Green, John 

16. Goldsmith, Vincent 

17. Fulton, William 



OATHS OF FIDELITY 



245 



18. 


Shepherd, William 




45- 


Billinglea, Walter, Jnr. 


19- 


Clark, William (of Robt.) 


46. 


Buckman, John 


20. 


Preston, Martin 




47- 


Norris, Joseph (of Edwd.) 


21. 


Green, Henry 




48. 


Bull, Edward (of Jacob) 


22. 


Huston, Hugh 




49. 


Terrey, Patrick 


23- 


Stooksbery, William, 


,Jnr. 


50. 


Bull, Jacob (of Jacob) 


24. 


Turner, Andrew 




51- 


Johnson, Robert 


25- 


Watson, James 




52. 


West, Jonathan, Jnr. 


26. 


Stooksbery, William, 


, Snr. 


53- 


Bezerly, Hugh, Jnr. 


27. 


Rhodes, Benjamin 




54- 


Scott, Aquila (of Aquila) 


28. 


Tomby, Thomas 




55- 


Smithson, Daniel 


29. 


Casedy, Allen 




56. 


West, Nathan, Snr. 


30. 


Neal, John (of Charles Co.) 


57- 


Fye, Godfrey 


31- 


Neal, W". Francis 


(of Chas. 


58. 


Green, Henry (of John) 




Co.) 




59- 


Johnson, Barnet 


32. 


Green, Benjamin 




60. 


Murphy, Patrick 


33- 


Green, Lawrence 




61. 


Erwin, James 


34- 


Wheeler, Bennett 




62. 


Johnson, Jacob 


35- 


Cooper, Henry 




63- 


Grafton, Daniel 


36. 


Billinglia, Walter 




64. 


Grafton, William 


37- 


Worrell, Richard 




65. 


Preston, Barnard (of Danl.) 


38. 


M^Guire, Phillip 




66. 


Moone, James (of John) 


39- 


Harriss, James 




67. 


Cooper, William 


40. 


Cretin, James 




68. 


Green, James 


41. 


Jeffriss, Thomas 




69. 


Hopkins, William, Jnr. 


42. 


Blacklearr, John 






(Quaker) 


43- 


Hannah, William 




70. 


Wilson, Henry (Quaker) 


44. 


Strode, Thomas 




71- 


Robinson, Joseph (Quaker) 



I Certify the above to be a true Coppie given under my hand this 
3rd March 1778. 

John Love. 

1. The Worshipfull Abrji. Whitaker's Returns, Mch. 24TH, 1778. 

2. Renshaw, Joseph 10. Bleany, Thos. 

3. Robson, Richard 11. MDaniel, Jos. 

4. Renshaw, Joseph, Jnr. 12. MColough, Jas. 

5. \'anhorn, G. P. 13. Vanhorn, Aaron 

6. Jewett, Charles 14. Sadler, Jas. Norris 

7. Thomson, Andrew 15. M'^Colough, Jas., Jnr. 

8. Renshaw, Thomas 16. Smith, Peter 

9. Robinson, Archa. 17. Makinson, Andrew 



246 



MARYLAND RECORDS— HARFORD COUNTY 



18. 


Kean, Jos. 


60. 


Hopes, Richard 


19- 


Meekmoor, Robt. 


61. 


Norris, Edward 


20. 


Worsby, Geo. H. 


62. 


Thomas, Jos. 


21. 


Mekeem, Jos. 


63. 


Hannah, Robert 


22. 


M'Cord, Arthur 


64. 


Cooper, Calvin 


23- 


Alleson, Alexn. 


65- 


Whiteford, John 


24. 


Kelley, J no. 


66. 


M "'Conner, Daniel 


25- 


Hendersides, Frn. 


67. 


M-'Colough, Alexander 


26. 


Vance, J no. 


68. 


Smith, William 


27. 


Kirkwood, Robert 


69. 


Keeps, Robert 


28. 


Tayn, J no. Dealy 


70. 


Turner, Patrick 


29. 


Cook, J no. 


71- 


Evans, Griffith 


30. 


Hall, W". 


72. 


Orr, Jas. 


31- 


Kerne, J no. 


73- 


James, William 


32. 


Bush, J no. 


74- 


Thomas, Thomas 


33- 


Patterson, Samuel 


75- 


Shell, Jno. 


34- 


Patterson, Saml. 


76. 


Skwington, James 


35- 


Clark, Jno. (Revd.) 


77- 


Everett, James 


36. 


Prestin, Grafton 


78. 


Talbott, Edward 


37- 


Durner, Thos. 


79- 


Tawlard, Benja. 


38. 


Capbell, Jno. 


80. 


Hopes, Thomas 


39- 


Bell, David 


81. 


Bankhead, Hugh 


40. 


Finley, Jno. 


82. 


Henderson, Andw. 


41. 


Finley, J as. 


83. 


Mead, James 


42. 


Finley, J as., Jnr. 


84. 


Russel, Thos. 


43- 


Amass, William (of Joshua) 


85- 


Sheanes, Henry 


44. 


MCloskey, J as. 


86. 


Ayers, Thos. 


45- 


Rogers, Owen 


87. 


Wood, Henry 


46. 


Cross, Richard 


88. 


Patterson, Jas. 


47- 


Davis, John, Revd. 


89. 


Johnson, William 


48. 


Long, Jno. 


90. 


Comeve, Jos. 


49. 


Harper, Samuel 


91- 


INI'^Clure, John 


50. 


M'Closky, Jos. 


92. 


Turnell, Thomas 


51- 


Orr, Jno. 


93- 


Dereale, Michl. 


52- 


Dives, Francis 


94- 


Griffith, Thos. 


53- 


Orr, James 


95- 


Eavs, Nah. 


54- 


Smith, Robert 


96. 


Gordon, William 


55- 


Turner, Danl. 


97- 


Deney, Walter 


56. 


Varney, James 


98. 


Deney, James 


57- 


Curry, James 


99- 


Whiterker, 


58. 


Clemmons, Patrick 


100. 


Bankhead, William 


59- 


Gleen, Robert 


lOI. 


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102. 
103. 
104. 
105. 
106. 
107. 
108. 
109. 
no. 
III. 
112. 

113- 
114. 

115- 
116. 
117. 
118. 
119. 
120. 
121. 
122. 
123. 
124. 
125. 
126. 
127. 
128. 
129. 
130. 

131- 
132. 

133- 
134- 
135- 
136. 
137- 
138. 

139- 
140. 
141. 
142. 
143- 



Stone, John 
MClung, Adam 
Nelson, Robert 
Bek, John 
Parsons, John 

A'l'^Gruigen, 

Sain, 

Fulfet, John 
Richardson, W". 
Bull, Jacob (of John) 
Swann, Frederick 
Feat, David 
Durham, David 
Dunsheath, William 
Ashmead, Samuel 
Coale, William 
Corbitt, Jos. 
Ware, Thos. 
Lurk, James 
Dick, David 
Crop, James 
Hicks, Zebedee 
James, Joshua 
James, Thomas, Jnr. 
Watsqn, William 
Davis,' John 
Davis, Thomas 
James, Thomas 
Long, John, Jnr. 
M Comas, William 
Collings, Robert 
Frew, John 
Creighton, James 
Hannah, Sam. 
Guff, James 
Derrouc, J no. 
Cooly, Richard 
Scott, James 
Brown, David 
Cooly, William 
AUin, Jno. 
Cooly, Richard, Jnr. 



144. Roads, Thomas 

145. Gladden, Jacob 

146. Thompson, Daniel 

147. Bay, Hugh 

148. Pain, Barnit. 

149. Robinson, John 

150. Renshaw, John 

151. Pillet, Thomas 

152. Murphy, Thomas 

153. Novinton, John 

154. Clar, Thomas, Jnr. 

155. Dealy, John 

156. Lee, John 

157. Beaty, W". 

158. Henry, Michl. 

159. Clark, John 

160. Poteet, James 

161. Wheeler, Thomas 

162. Thompson, Alexander 

163. Davis, David 

164. Willnoth, Godfray 

165. Harpan, Andrew 

166. Renshaw, Samuel 

167. Scott, Alexander 

168. Harmer, Samuel 

169. Gibs, Jno. 

170. Renshaw, Philip 

171. Huff, John 

172. M'^Kell, James 

173. Ashmead, John 

174. Street, Thomas 

175. Poteet, Thomas, Jnr. 
■ 176. Ware, John 

177. James, Henry 

178. Street, Thomas, Jnr. 

179. Coop, Doratio 

180. Thomson, James 

181. Whaler, Jacob 

182. Sinckler, James 

183. West, David 

184. Lewis, Thomas 

185. Wat, Robert 



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Steel, John 


197. 


Bay, W-. 


187. 


Mackalheny, Mathew 


198. 


Mathews, Ignatius 


188. 


Evans, David 


199. 


Harris, Robert 


189. 


Wakeling, John 


200. 


Gormiley, Owen 


190. 


Ask, Thomas 


201. 


M'^Kinley, Roger 


191. 


Kidd, John 


202. 


Weain, John 


192. 


Murphy, William 


203. 


MColsgh, David 


193- 


Loyd, Thos. 


204. 


Bryerly, Hugh 


194. 


Graftin, Samuel 


205. 


Huskins, Thomas 


195- 


Bosley, William 


206. 


Kidd, James 


196. 


Odoneld, Saml. 







Gov. Thos. Johnson, Governor of the State. 
Eden Town. 

I send you a list of the several Gentlemen who took the Oath of Fidelity 
before me as under and by Act of the General Assembly 

Abm. Whitaker. 



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Published from Original Returns in the Archives 

of Maryland, and By Permission of The 

Historical Society of Maryland. 

Pages 25 to 36, Revolutionary Records of Maryland, Brumbaugh and 
Hodges, contain numerous references to individuals mentioned in the 
following "Returns" from Prince George's County, Md. and should be 
consulted. 

Revolutionary Records of Maryland, page 30: 

"At a County Court held at Upper Marlborough Town, March 23, 

1779- 

Richard Henderson produces to the Court here his account against 
the County for an allowance for Administering the Oath of Fidelity 
and is allowed six pounds current money in the present County Levy 
for that purpose." (See Return No. 11.) 





Fielder 


Bowie's 


Return 


I. 


, John 


19- 


Ryan, Nathaniel 


2. 


Baden, Robert 


20. 


Bowie, John Fraser 


3- 


Baden, Benj". 


21. 


Haye, Sabrit 


4- 


Naylor, Geo: Jr. 


22. 


Orme, Richard 


5. 


Bowie, Allen, Jr. 


23- 


Piles, Francis 


6. 


Hollyday, Leo"^., Jr. 


24. 


Hamilton, Dr. Thomas 


7- 


Baden, John, Sen^ 


25- 


Roberts, Evan 


8. 


Baden, Jeremiah 


26. 


Earley, William, Jr. 


9- 


Hollyday, Leonard 


27. 


Hooker, Jonas 


0. 


Harrison, John 


28. 


War field, John, Jr. 


I. 


Haye, Thomas 


29. 


White, Thomas T. 


2. 


Harriss, George 


30. 


M" , Benj". 


3- 


Cox, Thomas 


31- 


Fry, James 


4- 


Harvey, William G. 


32. 


Ryan, Darby 


5- 


Sadler, James 


33- 


Freeman, Benj". 


6. 


Boteler, Edward 


34- 


Boteler, Henry 


7- 


Naylor, John Lawson 


35- 


Boteler, Charles, Jr. 


8. 


Haye, Cephas 


36. 


Boteler, Charles 



304 MARYLAND RECORDS— PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY 



37- 


Peter, Jonathan H. 


48. 


Dorsett, William N. 


38. 


Haye, Dorsett 


49- 


Hodgken, Thomas 


39- 


Ryan, John of Nat. 


50. 


Harvey, James 


40. 


Turner, Jesse 


51- 


Dorsett, Thomas 


41. 


Earley, William, Jr. 


52. 


Hooper, John 


42. 


Selby, Joseph 


53- 


Orme, William 


43- 


Orme, Hezekiah 


54- 


Gray, Thomas 


44. 


Hodgken, Thomas, of Philip 


55- 


Stallions, Thomas 


45- 


Cramphin, Damond 


56. 


Baden, John of Thos. 


46. 


Johns, William 


57- 


Sadler, William 


47- 


Orme, John 


57 


' Sworn in before Court 


The Following is what I ad'^. to my 


list at March Court. 


58. 


Larkin, Elias 


83. 


Wilson, Nath\ 


59- 


S , Tho». 


84. 


Moore, John 


60. 


Moore, Elij*. 


85- 


Busey, William 


61. 


Clagett, Edward 


86. 


McDonald, John 


62. 


Harvey, Thomas 


87. 


Farr, Nicholas 


63. 


Jackson (?), Nehemiah 


88. 


Mattingley, Clement 


64. 


Martin, Henry 


89. 


Gilpin, Edward 


65- 


Ridgway, Jonathan 


90. 


Swann, Samuel 


66. 


Simpson, Gilbert 


91. 


Grimes, Charles 


67. 


Sullivan, Thomas 


92. 


Long, Thomas 


68. 


, Nathan 


93- 


Grimes, John 


69. 


MulHkin, Samuel 


94- 


Soper, Jonathan 


70. 


Ridgway, Richard 


95- 


Hale, 


71- 


Dorsett, Theodore 


96. 


C , Matthew "41" 


72. 


Curr, John 


97- 


Lovejoy, John 


73- 


Simmons, Robert 


98. 


Gibbons, John 


74- 


Higdon, Truman 


99- 


Hown, Henry 


75- 


Standage, Thomas 


100. 


Gibbons, Walter 


76. 


Hickey, Francis 


lOI. 


Michell, John 


77- 


Lane, John 


102. 


Sinclair, Naths 


78. 


Talbert, Nathaniel 


103. 


Hardey, John, son of Ign"" 


79- 


Tannar, Ign==. Nevett 


104. 


Naylor, George, of Batson 


80. 


Harris, James 


105. 


Naylor, Batson 


81. 


Sollers, Sabrit 


106. 


Sandsbury, Richard 


82. 


Campbell, James 


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51 ad"*, in Court." 



OATHS OF FIDELITY 



305 



]\Iarch 20th, 1776 
Gentlemen : 

Inclosd is a true Copy from my Test Book, delivered in the Court. 
Please to excuse my not sending these sooner & I am 

Gentlemen 

With Great Respect. 

Your Most Hum. St. 

Fielder Bowie. 



"A Return of Persons having taken the Oath by 
Thomas Gantt juni". Prince George's County 

[Oath in full] 



1. Swann, Edward 

2. Thomas, Alexander* 

3. Greenfield, William T. 

4. Frazier, John* 

5. Addams, Luke 

6. Swann, James 

7. Wear, James 



8. Frazier, William 

9. Smith, Thomas 

ID. Gantt, George, Junior 

11. Brooke, Richard 

12. Gantt, Thomas 

13. Greenfield, Thomas Smith 

14. Lawson, Thomas* 



Thomas Gantt — Return of "Capt. Tapley 
of the Brig Royal" 



1. Hardacre, W". 

2. Lawson, John* 

3. Rutter, Jonathan* 

4. Greenfield, Walter Truman 

5. Greenfield, Ger"*. Truman 

6. Beddoe, James* 

7. Roughton, Job 

8. Hown [?], Henry, Junior 

9. Hill, Job 



10. Newhouse, John* 

11. Brightwell, John Lawson 

12. Gantt, George 

13. Weeden, Joseph* 

14. Wells, Samuel 

15. Smith, Isaac* 

16. Gantt, Tho'. ye 3^, of Calvert 

County 



" I hereby Certify that the above is a true Copy taken from the Orig- 
inal Book, to be returned to the County Court; 

Tho^ Gantt, Junior." 



' "His mark." 
21 



3o6 MARYLAND RECORDS— PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY 



Osborn Sprigg's Return 



1. Sprigg, John 40. 

2. Smith, James 41. 

3. Belt, Tobias 42. 

4. Priestley, Thomas 43. 

5. Mitchell, Rich-i. 44- 

6. Osborn, John 45. 

7. Warman, Thomas C. 46. 

8. Burgess, Charles 47. 

9. Watson, James 48. 

10. Sprigg, Phillip 49- 

11. Warman, J. H. 50. 

12. Moodie, W-". 5i- 

13. Osborn, Francis 52. 

14. Osborn, Dennis 53. 

15. Morton, Richard 54- 

16. Duvall, Mareen 55- 

17. Summers, John 56. 

18. Burgess, Mordis 57. 

19. Glover, Thomas 58. 

20. Miles, Shadrick 59. 

21. Bassett, Richard 60. 

22. Soaper, Lea^ 61. 

23. Clower, John, Junr. 62. 

24. Beall, Rich''. 63. 

25. Hall, Nathaniel 64. 

26. Fraizer [Fraizen?], Henry 65. 

27. Week, W-. 66. 

28. White, George 67. 

29. Page, Daniel 68. 

30. White, Thomas 69. 

31. Harvin, Clem'. 70. 

32. Cox, Abraham 71. 

33. Robison, James 72- 

34. Wigfield, Thomas 73- 

35. Roland, George 74. 

36. Losson, W"". 75- 

37. Soaper, Abr". 76- 

38. Townshend, Leo''. 77- 

39. Hurley, W-". 78. 



Hobbs, John 

Cove, George 

Thomson, John 

Thomson, W™. 

Sergant, Benj". 

Beall, James 

Waters, Plimmer 

Moore, John 

Grundie, W"". 

Stone, Joseph 

Harvey, Henry 

Harvey, James 

Taylor, John 

Ryon, Clement 

Hosper, Thomas 

Duce, Deen, Duer [?], Samuel 

Mocbee, W-". 

Lowe, Nathan 

Gale, Peter 

Vermilion, Howard 

Stallion, Thomas H. 

Hall, Phillip 

Peary, Samuel 

Wilson, Zach'. 

Maddooke, James 

Peary, Howard 

Robeson, Stephen 

Perkins, Thomas 

Chamberlain, Clem'. 

Hilleary, John 

Gwynn, Benj ". 

Macbee, Zadock 

Soaper, John 

Cross, W". 

Duvall, Jeremiah 

Jones, Silvester 

Onion, Henry 

Howell, John 

Atkin, Thomas 



OATHS OF FIDELITY 



307 



79- 


Summers, Nathan 


119. 


Roberts, Howard 


80. 


Riston, Elisha 


120. 


Wigfield, Joseph 


81. 


Riston, Zadock 


121. 


Ray [Kay?], Phillip 


82. 


Allby, W-. 


122. 


Cooke, John 


83. 


King, Richard 


123. 


Jenkins, W™. 


84. 


Brown, John 


124. 


Moore, James, Senr. 


85- 


Darcey, John 


125. 


Burgess, Richard 


86. 


Sanders, John 


126. 


Addams, Rich^. 


87. 


Magruder, Samuel 


127. 


Tolbert, Paul 


88. 


]\Iagruder, Robert 


128. 


Summers, Josiah 


89. 


Mockbee, Booth 


129. 


Jenkins, Zadock 


90. 


Magruder, Dennis 


130. 


Harday, Baptist 


91- 


INIockbee, Barie 


131- 


"Lisby," Samuel 


92. 


Mockbee, W". N. 


132. 


Turner, Benj"'. 


93- 


Moore, Benj°. 


133- 


Lucas [Lewis?], Thomas 


94- 


Wood, John 


134- 


Ryon, John 


95- 


Newman, Butler 


135- 


Stone, Vict'. 


96. 


Lintern, Lintem, Linkem [?], 


136. 


Biggs, Henry 




John 


137- 


Cox, Josiah 


97- 


Lowe, Henry 


138. 


Waters, Mord'. 


98. 


Mitchell, Thomas 


139- 


Waters, Jacob H. 


99- 


Sandsburr>', Thomas 


140. 


M''Kensey, James 


100. 


Wood, Thomas 


141. 


Wells, Samuel 


lOI. 


Weaver, Jacob 


142. 


Fisher, Abraham 


102. 


Sandsburry, Francis 


143- 


Yerling, Thomas 


103. 


Hardey, Ignatious 


144. 


Lowe, Zeph"". 


104. 


Arnold, Christopher 


145- 


Sprigg, John Clark 


105. 


Wilkinson, George 


146. 


Brashears, John 


106. 


Warman, Benj". 


147. 


"Felphs," Robert 


107. 


Mundley, John 


148. 


Moore, Zadock 


108. 


Robison, James 


149. 


Emerson, George 


109. 


]\Ioore, James, son Benj". 


150. 


Keth, James 


no. 


Cross, John 


151- 


Moore, Joseph 


III. 


Hutchenson, Samuel 


152. 


Peary, Thomas 


112. 


Wallingford, George 


153- 


Moore, James 


113- 


Hinness [Henness, Inness?], 


154- 


King, James 




John 


155- 


Clarkson, Notley 


114. 


Bidden, Richard 


156. 


Cooke, Joseph 


115- 


Mudd, Hez\ 


157- 


Burch, Thomas 


116. 


^Llurk, Daniel 


158. 


Faivale, Daniel 


117. 


Jacson, W". 


159- 


Standage [Handage?], Hez*" 


118. 


Ryon, James Brown 


160. 


Ridgaway, Benj". 



3o8 MARYLAND RECORDS— PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY 



l6i. 


Davis, Rob'. 


187. 


Martin, John 


162. 


"Mar ton," Jacob 


188. 


Talburt, Benj". 


163. 


Bird, Thomas 


189. 


Canberry, Stephen 


164. 


Tucker, Thomas 


190. 


Firman, John 


165. 


Robert, John 


191. 


Clubb, Samuel 


166. 


Clagett, Thomas 


192. 


Hopkins, Rich"^. 


167. 


Bean, Thomas 


193- 


Lewis, Thomas 


168. 


Burch, Edward 


194. 


Hinniss, John 


169. 


Evans, John 


195- 


Grimes, George 


170. 


Robison, Benj". 


196. 


Fraizer, Robert 


171. 


"Morgin," Marmaduke 


197. 


"Cidwell," Hez*". 


172. 


Butler, Thomas 


198. 


Beckett, John 


173- 


"Camble," W-. 


199. 


Harvey, Newman 


174. 


Smith, John 


200. 


Gibbons, W". 


175- 


Bean, Benj". 


201. 


King, Henry 


176. 


"Buckinham," Richard 


202. 


Upton, Thomas 


177. 


King, John 


203. 


Upton, George 


178. 


Sinclear, W". 


204. 


Hurley, Sab™. 


179. 


Adams, George 


205. 


Pearse [?[], [Scarce?], 


180. 


Hutchinson, W™. 




Shadrick 


181. 


Nailor, Joshua 


206. 


Harday, George 


182. 


Davis, Nath'. 


207. 


King, Benj". 


183. 


Adams, George 


208. 


Sinclear, Mord'. 


184. 


Gibbons, Thomas 


209. 


Ryon, Elisha 


185. 


"Jeffrais," John 


210. 


Ryon, Philip 


186. 


Phillips, Bedder [Belder?] 







The foregoing persons has Taken the Oath of Fidelity to this state as 
directed by Act of Assembly before me 

O. Sprigg.* 



' The writing in this Return is so indistinct that but the last page is reproduced. (See Plate 



300). 



[Thomas Upton 
George Upton 
Sab°. Hurley 
George Harday 



Ben"". King 
Mord. Sinclear 
Elisha Ryon 
Philip Ryon] 



EARLY MARYLAND NATURALIZATIONS 



Early Maryland Naturalizations, Etc., From 
Kilty's Laws 

Achilles, Peter. Session 1674, Ch. 25. 

Allen, Thomas. His two children to be redeemed from Indians. 1650, 

Ch. 18. 
Alward, John. Session 1682, Ch. 11. 
Anderson, Mounts. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 
Anleton, Peter. Session 1683, Ch. 4. 
Annapolis. Erected into a town and port and place of trade, under name 

of Town Land at Proctor's. Session 1683, Ch. 5. 
Arenson, Cornelius. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 
Barette, Isaac de, &c. Session 1669, Ch. 4. 
Bayard, Peter. Session 1684, Ch. 8. 
Beeson, Stephen. Session 1671, Ch. i. 
Berts, Paul, &c. Session 1686, Ch. 6. 
Blakemstein, William. Session 1682, Ch. 14. 
Blaney, Lewis. Session 1681, Ch. 10. 
Boys, Cornelius. Session 1681, Ch. 9. 
Brown, Derrick. Session 1686, Ch. 5. 

Cadger, Robert. Session 1676, Ch. 10. Real & personal estate, &c. 
Cartwright, Matthew. Session 1671, Ch. 10. 

Cawood, Ann. Act for relief of her children. Session 1676, Ch. 22. 
Christian, Lawrence. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 

Cleyborn, Capt. Wm. Compliance, &c. prohibited. Session 1650, Ch. 4. 
Colke, OHver. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 
Comegye, Cornelius, &c. Session 1671, Ch. 29. 
Cordea, Hester. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 
Cordea, Mark. Session 1671, Ch. 10. 
Corsins, John. Session 1683, Ch. i. 
Dauntrees, Jaspar. Session 1684, Ch. 8. 
Delamaire, John. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 
de Costa, Matthias. Session 1671, Ch. 28. 
DeLa Grange, Arnoldus. Session 1684, Ch. 8. 
DeLa Roche, Charles. Session 1699, Ch. 4. 
Demouderer, Anthony. Session 1671, Ch. 10. 
Demoisne, Peter Maise. Session 1683, Ch. i. 
Desjardins, John. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 
De Young, Jacob Clause. Session 1671, Ch. 10. 

311 



312 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Dhyniossa, Alexander, &c. Session 1671, Ch. 10. 

Duhattoway, Jacob. Session 1674, Ch. 25. 

Elexon, John. Session 1671, Ch. 10. 

Enloes, Henry. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 

Errickson, Mathew, of Kent Co. Session 1682, Ch. 10. 

Fountaine, Nichs. Session 1671, Ch. 10. 

Fowcate, Peter. Session 1681, Ch. 9. 

Freeman, Henry. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 

Garrets, Rutgerson. Session 1671, Ch. 10. 

Gotes, John, &c. Session 1671, Ch. i. 

Green, Henry. Session 1674, Ch. 14. 

Guibert, Joshua. Session 1678, Ch. 12. 

Hack, Anna. Session 1666, Ch. 7. 

Hanson, Hans. Session 1671, Ch. 29. 

Harman, Augustine. Session 1666, Ch. 7. 

Henderson, Henry. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 

Holdsworth, Samuel, Calvert Co. Act for his benefit confirming title as 

against Edwd. Husband and his heirs. Session 1681, Ch. 17. 
Jacobson, JeofTrey. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 
Jarbo, John. Naturalized, Session 1666, Ch. 7. 
Jarboe, John, Lt. Col. Noncupative will confirmed. Session 1676, Ch. 

19. 
Johnson, Albert. Session 1682, Ch. 10. 
Johnson, Beman. Session 1682, Ch. 10. 
Johnson, CorneHses. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 
Johnson, John. Session 1674, Ch. 14. 
Johnson, Peter. Session 1664, Ch. 9. 
Johnson, Simon. Session 1682, Ch. 4. 
Jourdain, Jean. Session 1669, Ch. 4. 
Lecount, John, &c. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 
Lederer, John. Session 1671, Ch. 10. 
Lockerman, Jacob. Session 1678, Ch. 13. 
Long, John of London, merchant. Lease confirmed to him. Session 

1674, Ch. 24. 
Looton, Jacob. Session 1682, Ch. 9. 
Mans, Rowland. Session 1682, Ch. 15. 
Matson, Andrew. Session 1683, Ch. I. 
Matthews, Henry. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 
Mills, Peter. Session 1671, Ch. 10. 
Moisne-see Peter Maise DeMoisne. 
Mugenbrough, Martin. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 
Mullock, Andrew-see Poulson. Session 1683, Ch. 4. 



EARLY MARYLAND NATURALIZATIONS 313 

Neale, James-His children. Session 1666, Ch. 8. 

Nomers, John. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 

Oldson, Peter. Session 1681, Ch. 10. 

Peane, James, &c. Session 1678, Ch. 13. 

Peterson, CorneHus. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 

Peterson, Hans. Session?, Ch. 12. 

Peterson, Mathias, &c. Naturalized Session 1671, Ch. 10, and 1683, Ch. 4. 

Rowlands, Robert. Session 1669, Ch. 4. 

Seth, Jacob. Session 1684, Ch. 9. 

Stille, .Axell. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 

Syserson, Marcus. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 

Tick, William. Session 1674, Ch. 12. 

Toulson, Andrew, Baltimore Co. Session 1671, Ch. 10. 

Turner, Thomas. Session 1671, Ch. 10. 

Vanheeck, John. Session 1669, Ch. 4. 

Vansweringen, Garret, &c. Session 1669, Ch. 4. 

Verbrack, Nich. Session 1684, Ch. 7. 

Ward, Henry, of Cecil Co. Gent. Act punishing for a certain abuse. 

Session 1676, Ch. 21. 
Ward, Mary. Executrix of Matthew Ward, deed. -confirmation of i late 

husband's purchase of plantation on Patuxent River, called "Further 

Neck." Session 1678, Ch. 14. 
Young, Jacob Clause De-see DeYoung. Naturalization Session 1 671, 

Ch. 10. 



Digest of Kilty's Laws i Showing Maryland Rev- 
olutionary War Pensions; Maryland Revolu- 
tionary War Pensions in Report of Secy, of 
War, 1835; Some Original Commissions 

Notes and Abbreviations Used. 

The Act of Congress of Sept. 29, 1789, directed the payment of Pensions, 
which had been granted and paid by the States respectively, to the 
InvaHds who were wounded and disabled during the late war, should be 
continued and paid by the United States from the 4th of March, 1789 — 
U. S. Laws, vol. I, p. 118; Pa. Archives, 2d Ser., Vol. XI. 

Passed Nov. session, 1799, No. 10. "Resolved, That the payment of 
the five months pay due the officers and soldiers, the sum due for services 
on board the barges, the redemption of the emissions of June, 1780, and 
the payt. of certificates issued by this state, amounting in the whole to 
9276£ — 9s — iid, be and the same are hereby suspended until Jan. i, 
1801; and the said sum shall be liable to the appropriations made for the 
present year. 

* List of Invalid Pensioners who have been in receipt of pensions at the Agency of Md., & 
whose residence cannot be ascertained, in consequence of the destruction of the papers of the War 
Office in 1801 and 1814. 

t Pensions granted under Act of Mch. 18, 1818. 

* Names of the Revolutionary Pensioners which have been placed on the Roll of Maryland, 
under the Law of Mch. 18, 1818, from the passage — , thereof, to this day, inclusive, with the Rank 
they held, and the Lines in which they served, viz: 

(X, No. I, etc.) Maryland Historical Society Original Commissions. 

There are numerous Original Commissions (1775-1782) in the extensive collections of the 
Marj'land Historical Society, practically all of which were included in the manuscript for this 
volume, but only a few with important indorsements have been retained. G. M. B. 

t Report of the Secretary of War, Pension Establishment of the U. S., 1835. 

Abbott, George. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, '13) — No. 36. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to George Abbott, late a soldier in the Md. line, 
during the rev. war, — half pay of a private, as a further remuneration, &c. 

Adams, Adam. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 35. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Adam Adams, during his life, a sum of money equal to the 
half pay of a private, annually in quarterly payts. 

* Adams, Adam. Private, Md. line, (p. 540, Jan. 1820). 

* Albert, Jacob. Private, Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 540). 

' The valuable set in the Library of Congress was used in this investigation. G. M. B. 

314 



REX'OLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 315 

Alcock, Robert. Passed Jan. 30, 1829 — No. 7. Treas. \\'estern Shore 
pay to Robert Alcock, of Anne-Arundel county, during life, half yearly, 
half pay of a private for his services during the rev. war. 

Alexander, Jacob. Passed Feb. 13, 1835 — No. 24. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to ]Mary Alexander, widow of the late Jacob Alexander, who 
was a sergeant in the Rev., during widowhood, half pay of a sergeant 
for the services of her husband. 

Allen, Jacob, — see Gerrish, Edward. 

Allen, Nathan. Passed Feb. 3, 1834 — No. 14. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Nathan Allen of Queen Anne's county, during life, quarterly, half 
pay of a private, for services rendered by him during the Rev. war. 

Allen, Steven, recommended for Ensign, Worcester Co., 1782 — see 
Duer, Joshua. 

^ Alsop, John, private, Rev. Army^. Pensioned under Act of June 7, 
1785, from Mch. 4, 1789, at $40.00 per an. (reed. $640.00). Died in 1805. 
(U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 20.) 

* Alligh, Michael, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 540). 

Alvey, Josias. Passed Dec. session, 181 5 — No. 25. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Josias Alvey, of St. Mary's county, late a private in the rev. 
war, during life, quarterly, half pay of a private, as a further remuneration 
for those ser\'ices by which his country has been so essentially benefitted. 

* Alvey, Josias, private. Aid. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 540). 

Amos, Elizabeth. Passed Mch. 5, 1834 — ^o- 44- Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Elizabeth Amos, of Baltimore city, quarterly, half pay of a 
captain, in consideration of the ser\"ices rendered by her husband, during 
the rev. war. 

Amos, Elizabeth. Passed Mch. 16, 1840 — No. 31. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Samuel B. Hugo, of Baltimore, all monies due to Elizabeth 
Amos, a deceased pensioner of the State of Md., said Hugo being her heir. 

Amos, Joshua, of W"'. Ensign of Co. of Harford Co. Militia, 1778 — see 
Corbet, James. 

^Anderson, John, private, Rev. Army". Pensioned at $40.00 per an. 
from Mch. 4, 1789 (act June 7, 1785). (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 20). 

Anderson, John. Passed Dec. session, 1817 (Feb. 13, 1818) — No. 51. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to John Anderson, quarterly, the half pay of a 
private, as a further remuneration for his rev. services. 

Anderson, Capt. Richard. Passed Nov. 1785, Vol. 11, Chap. XVI. 
Gen. Assembly granted half pay of a captain to Richard Anderson for 
disability acquired in the service, late a capt. in the Md. line in the 
Continental army. 

* Annis, Micajah, private, Va. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 540). 

* A they, William, private Va. Line, died 21 Aug. 1819 (Jan. 1820, p. 
540). 



3i6 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Auld, Daniel. Mch. 9, 1826 — No. 102, p. 260. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Daniel Auld of Talbot Co. half pay of a private for his services 
during the rev. war. 

Anld, Da7iiel. Passed Feb. 17, 1832 — No. 35. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Sarah Auld, of Talbot county, widow of Daniel Auld, a soldier of 
the revolution, such sum as may be due her said husband at time of his 
death. 

Auld, Daniel. Passed Mch. 9, 1832 — No. 84. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Sarah Auld, of Talbot county, widow of Daniel Auld, a soldier of the 
rev. war, during widowhood, half yearly, half pay of a private, for services 
rendered by her husband during said war. 

Auld, Daniel. Passed Jan. 19, 1848 — No. 10. Treas. of State pay to 
Philip Pasterfield, of Talbot county, surviving brother & legal repre- 
sentative of Sarah Auld, widow of Daniel Auld, a soldier of the rev. war, 
bal. of any pension due to Sarah Auld, on June 28, 1847, at time of her 
death. 

Ayres, Thomas. Passed Jan. 26, 1837 — No. 13. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Elizabeth Ayres, widow of Thomas Ayres, half pay of a private 
during her life, as a further remuneration for his services, during the rev. 

* Azelip, Richard, private, German Regt. (p. 540, Jan. 1820). 

t Azelip, Richard, private Md. line, age 54. Pensioned Sept. 30, 1818 at 
$96.00 per an. from Apr. 6, 1818. "Died" — reed. $279.73; resided in 
Frederick county''. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

* Badger, Charles, private, Hazen's regt. (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

* Bailey, Joseph, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

Bayly, Capt. Mount joy. Passed Nov. session 18 10 — No. 2. Whereas it 
appears to this gen. assembly, that Mountjoy Bayly, a capt. in the late rev. 
war, and who served to its termination, did not receive the commutation 
money of five years pay in lieu of the half pay for life promised to the 
officers and soldiers who continued in service to the end of the war; 
therefore. Resolved. That the Treas. Western Shore — pay to said 
Mountjoy Bayly, five years full pay as a captain, free from interest, as a 
full compensation for his services during, the rev. war. 

Bailey, Mountjoy. Feb. 8, 1826 — No. 25, p. 239. "Resolved, the 
register of the land office issue to Mountjoy Bailey, a warrant for 200 a. of 
land, to be located on any unappropriated land belonging to this state, in 
Allegany county heretofore unpatented, as a donation granted by this 
state to the officers of his rank, who served in the Maryland line, during the 
revolutionary war, and to which they consider him entitled." 

t Bailey, Thomas, private, Md. Line, age 72, died in 1824; resided in 
Frederick county*". Pensioned Sept. 30, 1 818, at $96.00 per an. from Mch. 
27, 1818. (Reed. $570.03. U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 317 

Baily, Thomas. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 78. Treas. Western Shore 
to pay to Thomas Bailey, late a rev. soldier, half pay of a private. 

* Baily, Thomas, private, Md. line (Jan. 1820, p. 540). 

Baker, Lieut. Henry Cleland. Passed Nov. 1791, No. I. It appears 
that Henry C. Baker, late a lieut. in the third Md. reg. is deprived of the 
use of his limbs, and thereby rendered incapable of maintaining himself, his 
wife and children; and it also appearing that he probably derived the 
disorder, under which he now labours, from being exposed in the service of 
his country, during several campaigns in S. C. — Gov. of Md. grant unto 
Henry Cleland Baker, half pay which he received in the continental 
service, quarterly by orders drawn on the treas. of western shore for the 
same, and that the same be charged to the U. S. 

* Baker, John H., private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

t Baker, John H., private Pa. line, age 79; died Oct. 30, 1823. Resided 
in Frederick county*". Pensioned Sept. 25, 1818, at $96.00 per an. from 
Apr. 4, 1818. (Reed. $535, 46, U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

t Baker, Thomas, private. Rev. army*. Pensioned at $40.00 per an. 
(Act of June 7, 1785) from Mch. 4, 1789 (Reed. $920.00 — U. S. Pens. 
Rolls, 1835, p. 20). 

Baldwin, Henry, Lieut. Passed Feb. 18, 1830 — No. 30. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Maria Gambrill, widow of Henry Baldwin, an 
officer of the revolution, during her widowhood, quarterly, half pay of a 
lieut, in consideration for the services of her said husband. 

Baldwin, Lieut. Henry. Passed Jan. 3, 1835 — No. 38. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Wm. H. Baldwin, of Anne Arundel county, two months pay, 
due his mother, Maria Gambrill, deceased, upon the pension list of this 
State. 

Baldwin, Samuel. Passed Feb. 26, 1836 — No. 33. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Samuel Baldwin, a soldier of the rev. half pay of a private 
during his life. 

* Ballard, Jonathan, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. S41). 

t Ballard, Jonathan, private, Md. line, age 76, residing in Frederick 
county*". Pensioned Oct. 17, 181 8, at $96.00 per an. from May 15, 1818. 
(Reed. $i,5i7-33- U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

* Balzar, Anthony, private. Pa. Line Qan. 1820, p. 541). 
Baltzel, Monocacy Manor, Lot 40 — patent issued June 21, 1797. 
Jacob Baltzel should be Charles (No. 3, Nov. session, 1801). 
Bantham, Peregrine. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 51. Treas. 

Western Shore pay to Peregrine Bantham, of Kent county, late a private in 
the rev. war, quarterly, during life, the half pay of a private, as a further 
remuneration for those services by which his country has been so essen- 
tially benefitted. 



3i8 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

* Bantham, Peregrine, private, Aid. line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

t Barnet, Robert, private, Rev. army, of Frederick county. Pensioned 
at $40.00 per annum, Oct. 30, 1819, under act of June 7, 1785, and dating 
from Mch. 4, 1789 (reed. $1,085.56) — at $64.00 per an. Apr. 24, 1816 
(reed. $151.11). (U. S. Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 13). 

* Barnheiser, John, private, Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

t Barnover, George, private Rev. army, of Baltimore county, pensioned 
May I, 1820 at $96.00 per year from Nov. 13, 1814 (received $381.86). 
Transferred from Dist. Col.' Mch. 4, 1818. Died Nov. 4, 1818. (War 
Dept. 1835, p. 4). 

Barrett, Joshua. Passed Nov. session, 1804 — No. 13. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Joshua Barrett, a late sergeant in the rev. war, in quarterly 
payts., half pay of a sergeant during the said war, as a further remuner- 
ation to the said Joshua Barrett for services rendered his country, and as a 
relief from the indigence and misery which attend his decrepitude and old 
age. 

Barrett, Solomon. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 15. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Solomon Barrott, or order annually in quarterly payts., the 
half pay of a fifer for life. [^Listed amongst rev. war pensioners.] 

* Barrett, Solomon, musician, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 540). 
Bateman, George. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 29. Treas. Western 

Shore pay to Geo. Bateman, a corporal in the rev. war, — half pay of a 
corporal, as a compensation for those services by which his country has 
been so essentially benefitted. 

* Bateman, George, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

* Batterson, Wm., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

Baynard, Geo. Captain of a Queen Anne Co. Company of Militia in 5th 
Battn. Jan. 3, 1776. — (See Scrivener, Isaac and Wright, Robert). 

* Beacroft, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 540). 

* Beall, Christopher, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

Beall, John, "Gentleman." Comd. 2d Lieut, of a Co. of Militia, 
Harford Co. Jan. 3, 1776; (Orig. comn. in possession of Mr. John A. 
Robinson, Clerk of Court, Bel Air, Md.) 

Beall, Laivson. Passed Mch. 3, 1840 — No. 16. Treas. Western Shore 
pay Henrietta Beall, widow of Lawson Beall, a soldier of the rev., or 
order, quarterly, during her life, the half pay of a private, from Jan. i, 
1840, in consideration of the sers^ces of her husband. 

Beall, Capt. Lloyd. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 27. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Lloyd Beall, late a capt. in the rev. war, or his order during 
life, quarterly, half pay of a capt., as a reward for those servaces which he 
rendered his country in her struggle for independence. 

Beall, Lloyd. Passed Dec. session, 1817 — No. 7. Treas. Western Shore 



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pay to Elizabeth Beall, widow of Lloyd Beall, late a captain in the rev. war, 
or her order, during life, quarterly payts., a sum of money equal to the 
half pay of a captain. 

Beall, Maj. Wm. D. Passed Nov. session, 1808 — No. 2. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Wm. D. Beall, late a maj. in the Md. line of the rev. 
war, in quarterly payts. half pay of a major, for his rev. war services. 

t Bean, John, private. Rev. army". Pensioned, Act June 7, 1785, from 
Sept. 4, 1800 at $30.00 per an. (Reed. $150.00. LT. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 
20). 

Bean, Leonard. Passed Mch. 2, 1832 — No. 99. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Leonard Bean, of Mason county, Ky. a soldier of the rev. war, 
during life, half yearly, half pay of a private, as further remuneration for 
his services during the rev. war. 

Beatty, Lieut. Thomas. Passed Mch. 21, 1833 — No. 66. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Anne Semmes, of Georgetown, D. C, in con- 
sideration of services rendered by her husband, Thomas Beatty, a lieut. in 
the rev. war, during life, quarterly, the half pay of a lieut. 

Beatty, Wm. Passed Mch. 12, 1827 — No. 72. Treas. pay to Jane 
Beatty, of Pittsburgh, Pa. during life, half yearly, half pay of a private, for 
her husband, Wm. Beatty's serv'ices during the rev. war. 

Beaven, Lieut. Charles. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 26. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Chas. Beaven, of Harford county, an old rev. 
officer, or order, half pay of a Heut. during the remainder of his life, as a 
remuneration for his meritorious ser\aces. 

Beckwith, Nehemiah. Passed Mch. 2, 1827 — No. 24. Treas. to pay 
Nehemiah Beckwith, of Dorchester county, during life, half yearly, half 
pay of a private, for his rev. war services. 

Becroft, John. Passed Dec. session, 18 16 — No. 33. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to John Becroft, of Baltimore county, an old rev. soldier, 
quarterly, half pay of a private, as a further remuneration to him for those 
services by which his country has been so essentially benefitted. 

* Bell, Ning, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 540). 

Belt, Capt. John Sprigg — see Halkerstone, Robert (181 1). Passed Dec. 
session, 181 5 — No. 8. Treas. Western Shore pay unto John Sprigg Belt, 
late a capt. in the Md. line during the rev. war, or order, — half pay of a 
capt, during his life, as a further remuneration for his ser\'ices during that 
war, in lieu of $125.00 allowed him by resolution passed Nov. session, 181 1 
(No. 36). 

* Belt, John Sprigg, captain, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 540). 

* Benjamin, Joseph, trumpeter, Lee's legion (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 
Bennett, Frederick. Passed Nov. session, 181 1 — No. 54. Treas. 

Western Shore pay to Frederick Bennett, of Dorchester county, an old rev. 



320 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

soldier, half pay of a corporal during the remainder of his life, as a re- 
muneration for his meritorious services. 

Bennett, James, "Gentleman." Comd. 2d Lieut, of Capt. Chas. 
Bennetts Co. of MiHtia, Wicomico Battn. in Worcester Co., Aug. 13, 1777. 
Thos. Johnson. 

May I, 1778, resigned as 2^ Lieut, on account of appt. to Quarter- 
master's Birth to the said Battn. by the Field Officers thereof. 

I do hereby certifie that James Bennett, 2^ Lieut, in Capt. Chas. 
Bennetts Co. of Militia appeared before me, the subscriber one of the 
Justice's of the Peace for the county of Worcester & took the Oath of 
FideHty &c. to the State. This s"^ day of Oct. 1777. Pr. Holland, (X, 
No. 36). 

] Bennet, John, private, Rev. army*. Pensioned Act of June 7, 1785, 
from Mch. 4, 1789, at $40.00 per an. (reed. $720.00. U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, P- 20). 

Bennett, John. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 37. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to John Bennett, an old soldier, in the rev. war, quarterly, 
during his life, a sum of money equal to the half pay of a private, as a 
further compensation for his services in the rev. war. 

Benson, Capt. Perry. Passed Nov. 1785, Vol. 11, Chap. XVL Gen. 
Assembly granted half pay of a capt., for disability acquired in the 
service, to Perry Benson, late a capt. in the Md. line in the Continental 
army. 

Benson, Perry, General. Passed Feb. 24, 1830 — No. 52. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Mary Benson, widow of General Perry Benson, 
during widowhood, quarterly, the half pay of a captain, in consideration 
for the services of her late husband during the rev. war. 

Berry, Edward. Passed Feb. 17, 1832 — No. 38, 52V4 acres in Allegany 
county were granted to Edward Berry, a soldier of the revolution, who it 
is stated, died intestate, and without heirs; and said land became escheated 
to the State &c. Resolution gives relief to Robinson Savage, Jr. of 
Allegany county for said land, called "Cricket legs." 

Berry, Wm. Ensign of a Co. of Militia in Talbot Co., 4"' Battn. after 
Apr. 9, 1778 — see Maynadier, Wm. 

* Bevin, Charles, lieut. Md. Line Qan. 1820, p. 541). 

* Biddle, Richard, private, Md. Line — died Jan. 5, 1819 (Jan. 1820, p. 

541). 

Bidwell, Richard. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 38. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Richard Bidwell, of Baltimore, an old soldier, quarterly, 
during his life, half pay of a private, as further compensation for his 
services during the rev. war. 

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from Mch. 4, 1789, at $40.00 per an. (Reed. $140.00. U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 20). 

t Blair, John, private, Rev. army". Pensioned at $40.00 per an. from 
Mch. 4, 1789 (Act June 7, 1785) (reed. $120.00) Died in 1792. (U. S. 
Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 20). 

t Blair, Joh?i, 2d., private Rev. army*. Pensioned at $40.00 per an. 
from Mch. 4, 1789 (Act June 7, 1785. Reed. $220.00). Died in 1794. 
(U. S. Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 20). 

* Blake, Jacob, private, Md. Line Qan. 1820, p. 541). 

Blake, John. Mch. i, 1826 — No. 58 — p. 247. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to John Blake, of Worcester county, quarterly, during life, the half 
pay of a private, as a further remuneration for his services during the rev. 
war. 

Blake, Patsy. Passed Mch. 7, 1834 — No. 48. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Patsy Blake, of Worcester county, during life, quarterly, half pay of 
a private, for the services rendered by her husband, during the rev. 
war. 

t Blever, James, private. Rev. army, of Frederick county. Pensioned 
Oct. 30, 1819 at $40.00 per an. under act of June 7, 1785, dating from 
Mch. 4, 1789 (reed. $763.87)— at $60.00 per an. from Apr. 8, 1808, Act of 
Mch. 3, 1809 (reed. $487.67) — at $96.00 per an. from Apr. 24, 1816 (reed. 
$1,666.66). (U. S. Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 13). 

Bluer, James. Passed Mch. 10, 1832 — No. 77. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to James Bluer, of Frederick county, during life, quarterly, half pay of 
a private, in consideration of the services rendered by him during the rev. 
war. 

Bolton, John. Passed Nov. session, 1812 — No. 66. Treas. Western 
Shore pay unto John Bolton, or order, quarterly payts., half pay of a 
private in the late rev. war. 

Bomgardner, Wm. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 50. Treas. is directed to pay 
William Bomgardner of Washington county, half pay of a private for his 
rev. war services. 

Passed May 2, 1827 — No. 29. Treas. Western Shore to pay Margaret 
Bomgardner, of Washington county, during life, half yearly, half pay of a 
private for her late husband's rev. services. 

Bond, John. Mch. i, 1826 — No. 59, p. 247. Treas. of Western Shore 
pay to John Bond, of Hampshire Co., Va., during life, quarterly, the half 
pay of a sergeant, as a further remuneration for his services during the rev. 
war. 

Boone, Lieut. John. Passed Nov. session, 181 1 — No. 57. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to John Boone, of Charles county, a lieut. in the late 
rev. army, $125.00 annually, in quarterly payts. 
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322 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Boone, Lieut. John. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 7. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to John Boone, an officer in the rev. war, during Hfe — the half 
pay of a lieut., in lieu of the sum already allowed him, as a further compen- 
sation for those serv^ices rendered his country during her struggle for 
independence. 

t Bolts, Joseph, private. Rev. army>. Pensioned, Act of June 7, 1785, 
from j\Ich. 4, 1789, at $40.00 per an. (rec'd. $480.00 — U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 20). Died in 1801. 

Bowen, John. Passed Nov. 1788, Ch. 8, and noted in Vol. il. Chap. 18. 
" Gen. Assembly granted a pension to John Bowen, a late officer in the 
Continental army." 

* Bowen, Stephen Lewis, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

* Bowen, Wm., private, Hazen's regt. (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

Bowers, George. Passed Mch. 2, 1837 — No. 28. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to George Bowers half pay of a private during his life, as a further 
remuneration for his services during the Rev. 

* Bowling, Wm. I., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

* Boxwell, Robert, private, Va. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

* Boyd, Benj., surgeon's mate, IVId. Line Qan. 1820, p. 541). 

Boyer, Capt. Michael. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 32. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Michael Boyer (late a capt. in the rev. war) quar- 
terly, during his life, a sum of money equal to the half pay of a captain, as a 
further compensation to him for his services during the rev. war. 

Bozman, Ballard. 2^ Lieut, in 17"" Battn. Militia — see Schoolfield, Wm. 

* Bradshaw, Geo. H., private, Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

* Branson, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

Branson, John B. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 34. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to John B. Branson, late a soldier in the rev. 
war, belonging to the Md. line, quarterly — half pay of a private, as a 
pro\asion to him in his indigent situation and advanced in life, for those 
services by which his country has been so essentially benefitted. 

Branson, John B. Passed Mch. 3, 1840 — No. 12. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Mary Branson, of St. Mary's county, or her order, $12.1 1, the 
amt. of arrears due her late husband at time of his death. 

Treas. also directed to pay to Mary Branson, widow of John B. Branson, 
late a soldier of the rev. quarterly, during life, the half pay of a private 
commencing Jan. i, 1840, in consideration of the services rendered by her 
husband during the rev. war. 

Brashears, Ignatius. Passed Dec. session, 181 7 — No. 19. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Ignatius Brashears, of Prince George's county, an 
old soldier, quarterly, during life, half pay of a private, as a further 
compensation for his services during the rev. war. 



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* Brashears, Ignatius, private, Md. line (Jan. 1820, p. 540). 

Brewer, Thos. S. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Dec. 30) — No. 20. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Thos. S. Brewer, of AnnapoHs, late sergeant in the 
rev. war, so long as he may live, half pay of a sergeant. 

* Brewer, Thomas S., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

Brewer, Thomas. Feb. 24, 1824 — No. 23. Treas. directed to pay to 
Susanna Brewer, of Annapolis, during life, quarterly, the half pay of a 
sergeant, as further remuneration for her husband Thomas Brewer's 
services during the rev. war. 

Brice, JuUanna. Passed Mch. 21, 1833 — No. 64. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Julianna Brice, during life, semi-annually, half pay of a 
Lieut, in consideration of the services rendered by her husband during the 
rev. war. 

Britton, Joseph, Burgess, Joshua and Willmot, Robert Lieutenants, 
Passed Jan. 29, 1830. Treas. Western Shore pay to George Britton, of 
Hawkins county, Tenn. ("Joseph" appears in printed title and in indexing 
of the resolution), Joshua Burgess, of Mason county, Ky. and Robert 
Willmot, of Bourbon county, Ky. during life, half yearly, a sum of money 
equal to half pay of lieutenants, as a further remuneration for their 
services during the rev. war. 

Brother, Valentine. Resolutions 7 and 8, Nov. session, 1795, direct that 
Valentine Brother sell gunpowder, brimstone arms &c. in magazine at 
Frederick, Md. — compensation «&c. 

* Brown, Henry, private. Pa. Line (Jan., 1820, p. 541). 

Brown, John. 2^ Lieut, of a Co. of Talbot County Militia, 4"' Battn. 
After Apr. 9, 1778 — see Maynadier, Wm. 

* Brown, John, private, Va. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

* Brown, Patrick, corporal. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 540). 

Bruce, Robert. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 36. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Robert Bruce (an old rev. soldier) during his life, quarterly, 
the half pay of a private, as a further recompense for his meritorious 
services during the rev. war. 

Passed Dec. session, 1817 — No. 17. Treas. Western Shore pay to 
Robert Bruce, of Charles county, quarterly, a sum of money equal to half 
pay of a trooper, instead of half pay of a common soldier in the line, as was 
allowed him by the last legislature, and treasurer pay him, or order, a sum 
of money equal to half pay of a trooper for fifteen months. 

* Bruce, Robert, private. Pa. Line, died 21 Aug. 1819 (Jan. 1820, p. 

540)- 

Bruce, Capt. Wm. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Nov. 30) — No. 19. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Wm. Bruce, late a capt. in the Md. line 
during, the rev. war, — half pay of a capt., as further remuneration, &c. 



324 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

* Bruce, Wm., captain, Md. Line, (Jan. 1820, p. 540). 

Bruff, Capt. James. Passed Nov. 1785, Vol. 11, Chap. XVL Gen. 
Assemby granted half pay of a capt. to James Bruff, for disability acquired 
in the service, late a capt. in the Md. Line in the Continental army. 

Bruff, James, Capt. Passed Jan. 20, 1820 — No. 8. Treas. pay to 
Margaret Bruff, of Queen Anne's county, widow of James Bruff, late a 
captain in the rev. war, during life, quarterly, half pay of a captain. 

Bryan, Charles. Passed Mch. 2, 1827 — No. 34. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Charles Bryan, of Lycoming county. Pa., during life, half yearly, 
half pay of a private, for his services during the rev. war. 

Bryant, James. Passed Mch. 4, 1841 — No. 15. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to James Br>'ant, of Queen Anne's county, during life, half pay of a 
private, in consideration of ser\'ices rendered during the rev. war. 

t Bucklup, Charles, private. Rev. army". Pensioned, Act June 7, 1785, 
from Mch. 4, 1789, at $40.00 per an. (reed. $320.00. U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 20). 

Bullock, Jesse — see Williams, Charles. 

Burch, Benj. Passed Mch. 11, 1828 — No. 42. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Benjamin Burch, of the state of Ky. during life, half yearly, half pay 
of a private, as further remuneration for his services during rev. war. 

Burgess, Lieut. Basil. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 20. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Basil Burgess (an officer in the rev. war), quarterly, 
during his life, the half pay of a lieut. as a further remuneration for those 
services rendered his country during her struggle for independence. 

Burgess, Joshua, Lieut. — see Britton, Joseph. Passed Feb. 3, 1836 — 
No. 6. Treas. Western Shore pay to Nicholas D. Coleman, atty. for heirs 
of Joshua Burgess, late a lieut. in Md. line, $46.67 bal. due said Burges, a 
pensioner of State of Md., at his death. 

Burgess, Capt. Vachel. Passed Nov. session, 1810 — No. 6. Vachel 
Burgess, a capt. in the rev. war, did not receive the commutation in lieu of 
the half pay for life promised to the officers and soldiers; therefore. 
Resolved that the treas. western shore pay to the said Vachel Burgess four 
years full pay as a capt., free from interest, as a full compensation for his 
ser\'ices during the late rev. war. 

* Burgess, Vachel. Captain, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

^ Burk, James, private. Rev. armyS Pensioned Act June 7, 1785. 
from Mch. 4, 1789 at $40.00 per an. Died Dec. 3, 1817. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 20). 

Burk, Nathaniel. Passed Mch. 13, 1829— No. 64. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Nathaniel Burk, of Baltimore city, during life, quarterly, half 
pay of a private, for his services during the rev. war. 

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Burk widow of Nathan Burk, of city of Baltimore, half pay of a private, as 
a further remuneration for the services of her said husband, Nathan Burk, 
during her Hfe. 

* Burk, Nathan, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

^ Biirk, Thomas, private. Rev. army*. Pensioned, act of June 7, 1785, 
from Mch. 4, 1789 at $40.00 per an. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 20). 

Biirkett, Christopher. Recommended as ist. Lieut, of a Company of 
Militia in Frederick Co. Endorsed on a com'n. dated Oct. 13, 1777 — see 
Manyard, Nathan. 

Burkett, George. Recommended as Capt. of a Company of Militia in 
Frederick County, endorsed on a com'n. dated Oct. 13, 1777 — see Manyard 
Nathan. 

Burns, John. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 70. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to John Burns, late a rev. soldier, quarterly, during Hfe, half pay of a 
private. 

* Burns, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

t Burns, Luke, private, Rev. army*. Pensioned at $40.00 per an. from 
Mch. 4, 1789 (Act of June 7, 1785. Reed. $120.00). (U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 20). Died in 1794. 

Burroughs, Norman. Passed Mch. 19, 1839 — No. 35. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Esther Turner Burroughs, of St. Mary's county, widow of 
Norman Burroughs, who was a soldier in the Rev. war, or to her order, 
quarterly, the half pay of a private of the Rev., commencing Jan. I, 1839, 
during her life. 

Bush, Joseph. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 23. Treas. pay Joseph 
Bush, of Talbot county, for life, quarterly, half pay of a private, for his 
services during the rev. war. 

t Butcher, John, private. Rev. army*. Pensioned, Act of June 7, 1785, 
from Mch. 4, 1789, at $40.00 per an. (reed. $340.00 — U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 20). 

Byas, Wm. Passed Feb. 14, 1820 — No. 65. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to Wm. Byas, of Dorchester county quarterly, the half pay of a Boatswain, 
during life, as a compensation for his services during the rev. war. 

Byus, Wm. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 43. Treas. Western Shore is directed 
to pay to Wm. Byus, of Dorchester county, half pay of a lieut. as a 
compensation for his services during the rev. war — rescinding resolution of 
Dec. session 18 19, No. 65. 

Cahoe, Thos. Passed Nov. session, 1812 Qan. 2, 1813) — No. 44. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Thos. Cahoe, of Charles county, late a 
private in the rev. war, half pay of a private, as a remuneration for 
meritorious service, &c. 

* Cahoe, Thos. or Kahoe, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 



326 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

t Cain, Edward, private, Rev. army^. Pensioned, Act. June 7, 1785, 
from Mch. 4, 1789 at $30.00 per an. (Reed. $495.00. U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 20). 

Cain, Patrick. Recommended for 1st Lieut, of a Co. of Militia in 
Harford Co., Apr. 1778 — see Long, John, Jr. 

Callahan, Lieut. John. Passed Mch. 18, 1839 — No. 36. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Sarah Callahan, of Annapolis, widow of John 
Callahan, a first lieut. in the war of the Rev., or to her order, during her 
life, quarterly, the half pay of a first lieut. of the Rev. commencing Jan. i, 

1839. 

Campbell, George. Passed Nov. session, 1800 — No. I. George Camp- 
bell is hereby placed on the pension list of the state, and the treas. of the 
state is to pay him $50.00 per annum, in quarterly payts. 

* Campbell, James, private, Va. Line Qan. 1820, p. 542). 

* Cane, Hugh, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

t Carbury, Peter, private. Rev. army". Pensioned, Act June 7, 1785, 
from Mch. 4, 1789, at $40.00 per an. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 20). 

Carter, Abraham. Capt. of a Co. in Elk Battn. of Militia, in Cecil 
County — see Arrats, Harman, and Arrmie, Harman, June 7, 1781). 

Carlin, Wm. Passed Mch. 21, 1837 — No. 55. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Mary Carlin, widow of Wm. Carlin, a soldier of the rev., the half 
pay of a private, as a further remuneration for his services, during her life. 

Carlisle, Adam, of Eastern shore, — "a British subject" owner of 
confiscated property called "Tower Hill" — See Resolution No. i, Nov. 
session, 1792. 

Carney, Thomas. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 33. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Thomas Carney quarterly, — half pay of a 
private, as a further remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

* Carney, Thomas, private, Md. Line Qan. 1820, p. 542). 

Carr, Hezekiah. Passed May session, 1813 — No. 3. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Hezekiah Carr, late a drummer in the Md. line, — half pay of a 
drummer during his life. 

Carr, Ingram. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 51. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Ingram Carr, late a soldier in the rev. war, — 
half pay of a private, as a further remuneration to him for those services by 
which his country has been so essentially benefitted. 

Carr, Lieut. John. Passed Nov. session, 1 810 — No. 16. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to John Carr, five yrs. full pay of a lieut. in the rev. 
war, without interest, as a commutation of half pay. 

* Carr, John. Lieutenant, Md. Line, (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

Carr, John. Passed Mch. 9, 1846 — No. 53. Treas. of Md. pay to 
"Margaret Loney," formerly Margaret Carr, of Baltimore county, widow 



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of John Carr, a soldier of the rev., half pay of a private, quarterly, in 
consideration of services rendered by her former husband during the war of 
the rev. 

Carr, John. Passed Jan. 20, 1847 — No. 7. Treas. of Md. pay to 
" Margaret Long," formerly Margaret Carr of Baltimore county, widow of 
John Carr, a soldier of the Rev., half pay of a private, quarterly, in 
consideration of services rendered by her husband during the War of the 
Rev. & that she be placed where res. No. 53. Dec. session 1845, placed 
her, & that said res.. No. 53, is hereby repealed. 

t Carrenl, James, priva*^e. Rev. army, of Montgomery county, Pensioned 
at $40.00 per an. Act of Jupe 7, 1785, from Mch. 4, 1789 (reed. $1,085.16) — 
at $64.00 per an. from Apr. 24, 1816 (reed. $407.11). Died Sept. 4, 1822. 
(U. S. Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 16). 

Carroll, Charles of Carrollton. Passed Mch. 11, 1833 — No. 90. The 
Gen. Assembly of Md., apprised of the death of the venerated Charles 
Carroll, of Carrollton, would at the close of a career of such distinguished 
patriotism and private worth, — offer every tribute of reverence for those 
excellencies which have proved themselves to Maryland, in permanent 
benefits; strengthened the Councils of the Fathers of our Freedom, and 
mingled in the lustre of our revolutionary renown: * * * 

Resolved, That the resolute patriotism of Charles Carroll, when at the 
hazard of his brilliant private interests he dedicated himself to the cause of 
American Independence, consecrates his life among the memorials of civil 
heroism, to adorn and enforce the history of human liberty; — that this 
patriotic sacrifice, and the continued and cogent efforts of his mind, and 
all his earnest labours in advancing the consummation of our Independ- 
ence, in awakening the people of Md. to the sense of their rights, and their 
power, and in sustaining their ardour in their vindication through the 
crisis of our revolution, command our admiration and our gratitude. 

A full length portrait was directed to be procured and placed in the 
Senate Chamber, "the scene of his legislative labours; the theatre of that 
body whose peculiar Constitution he framed, and the site of the sublime 
surrender of military authority, by the Father of our Country, with 
whose honour the deserts of Carroll are entwined." 

Cato, George. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 73. Treas. to pay to George 
Cato, late a rev. soldier, half pay of a private. 

Chambers, Edward. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 34. Treas. is directed to pay 
to Edward Chambers, of Anne- Arundel county (a man of colour), during 
life, half pay of a private, as a further compensation for those services 
rendered by him during the rev. war. 

* Chambers, Edward, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

* Chambers, James, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 



328 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Chapman, Henry H. Feb. i6, 1820 — No. 38. Treas. of Western Shore 
is directed to pay to Henry H. Chapman, of Georgetown, D. C. half pay of 
a lieut., further compensation for his services during rev. war. {Md. 
Gazette, p. 17. Rev. Obituaries, D. A. R., died Dec. 13, 1821, Georgetown, 
D. C.) 

Chapman, Henry H. Passed Mch. 18, 1833 — No. 60. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Mary Chapman, of Georgetown, D. C. in consideration of 
services rendered by her deceased husband, Henry H. Chapman, a Lieut, 
in the rev. war, or to her order, during her widow-hood, quarterly, half pay 
of a Lieut. 

Chapman, Thomas. Feb. 25, 1824 — No. 30. Treas. to pay Thomas 
Chapman, of Dorchester county, half pay of a private, further compen- 
sation for his rev. war services. 

t Chatlin, Wm., corporal. Rev. army*. Pensioned, Act of June 7, 1785, 
from Mch. 4, 1789, at $44.00 per an. (Rec'd. $88.00. U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 20). 

Chesley, Robert, Capt. Passed Mch. 11, 1828— No. 39. Robert 
Chesley, a captain in the Md. Line of the rev. war, late of St. Mary's 
county, was entitled, under the acts relative to grant of military bounty 
lands westward of Fort Cumberland, to four lots, or 200 a, of sd. land; and 
whereas it appears that said Chesley has never reed, his portion of sd. 
bounty lands, and that the lots surv^eyed for that purpose, under resolution 
of 1787, have either been distributed amongst the officers and soldiers, or 
have been thrown into the common mass of vacant land in Allegany 
county; and also, that the said Chesley is since dead, leaving heirs at law: 

Resolved, That reg. of land office for Western Shore issue to said heirs a 
common warrant for 200 a. of vacant land — in Allegany county, and a 
patent upon survey — without payment of composition money thereon. 

* Clackner, Adam, captain. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 541). 

Clagett, Dr. Samuel. Passed Mch. 7, 1834 — No. 52. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Amie Clagett (widow of Dr. Samuel Clagett) during Hfe, 
quarterly, half pay of a Surgeon's mate, in consideration of the services 
rendered by her husband during the rev. war. 

Clarke, James. Passed Nov. session, 1812 Qan. 2, 1813) — No. 53. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to James Clarke, — half pay of a matross 
during the rev. war, as a further remuneration to the said James Clarke for 
the services rendered his country, & as a relief from the indigence & 
misery which attend his decrepitude & old age. 

Clarke, James. Passed Mch. 6, 1850 — No. 65. Treas. of State pay to 
Barbara M'Mahon formerly wife of James Clarke, a private soldier in the 
war of the Amer. Rev., half pay of a private, for the rem. of her life, com- 
mencing Jan. I, 1850 — also Treas. pay to said Barbara McMahon $21.66, 
being the amt. due her late husband, James Clarke, at his death. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 329 

CJeivley, Joseph. Passed Dec. session, 181 5 — No. 37. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Joseph Clewley, of Montgomery county, a soldier in the rev. 
war, quarterly, the half pay of a private, for those services by which his 
country has been so essentially benefitted. 

Clewly, Joseph. Passed Feb. 2, 1830 — No. 14. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Henry Harding, for use of Mary Whelan, (legal heir of Joseph 
Clewly) $11.11, bal. due said Joseph Clewly, late a pensioner of state of 
Md. who was placed on the pension list by resolution of said state. 

Clinton, Thos. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 43. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Thos. Clinton, annually during his life, — half 
pay of a fife — major, as a further remuneration for those services rendered 
his country during the American war. 

* Clinton, Thomas, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

* Cobiirn, Primus, private, Mass. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

Cochran, Capt. James. Feb. 24, 1823 — No. 59. Treas. Western Shore 
is directed to pay to Capt. James Cochran, of Cecil county, $200.00 as a 
compensation for his services during the rev. war. 

Cochran, James. Passed Feb. 13, 1837 — No. 21. Treas Western Shore 
pay to James Cochran, the half pay of a private during his life, as a further 
remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

Cochrane, James. Passed Jan. 18, 1847 — No. 20. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Ann Mary Cockrane, of Frederick county, widow of James 
Cockrane, who was a private in the Rev. war, or to her order, quarterly, 
during her life, commencing Jan. i, 1847, a sum equal to the half pay of a 
private, as further remuneration for the services of her deceased husband. 

t Coddrington, Benj., private Rev. army, pensioned Feb. 24, 1 821, at $30. 
per annum ($120.00 reed.) from Apr. 25, 1812, under Act. of July 5, 1812. 
Same at $48.00 per annum ($785.33 reed.) from Apr. 24, 1816 (under 
latter Act). Resides in AUeghanny county, Md. 

Coe, Richard. Passed Feb. 20, 1830 — No. 33. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Richard Coe, of Prince George's county, an old rev. soldier, half pay 
of a sergeant, quarterly, for his sers'ices during the rev. war. 

Coe, Richard. Passed Feb. 10, 1832 — No. 32. Reg. of land office to 
issue to Richard Coe, of Prince George's county, a soldier of the revolu- 
tion, warrant and later patent for 50 acres land in Allegany county, 
without compensation money. 

Coe, Mary. Passed Jan. 12, 1835 — No. 2. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to Alexander Benson Coe $50.00, being the amt. of one year's pension due 
to Mary Coe at time of her death. 

Coe, George. Passed Mar. 2, 1844 — No. 30. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to Geo. C. Coe, son of the late Richard Coe, of Prince George's county, 
Md. $30.00, if so much was due to said Richd. Coe at time of his death. 



330 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Coe, Wm. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 39. Treas. Western Shore pay to 
Wm. Coe, of Baltimore county, for life, quarterly, half pay of a private, for 
his services during the rev. war. 

* Coe, William, corporal, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

Coe, William. Feb. 16, 1821 — No. 30. Resolution of Dec. session 1819, 
No. 39 rescinded. Treas. is directed to pay to Wm. Coe, now of Annapolis, 
half pay of a private of matross, for services rendered during the rev. war. 

Passed Feb. 17, 1834 — No. 19. Treas. Western Shore pay to Mary Coe, 
widow of Wm. Coe, a soldier of the rev. $12.50, being three months pay, 
due to her husband at time of his death. 

Coe, Wm. Passed Mch. 4, 1834 — No. 39. Treas. Western Shore pay to 
Mary Coe, widow of Wm. Coe, during life, quarterly, half pay of a Matross, 
in consideration of the services rendered by her husband during the rev. 
war. 

t Coffield, Owen, private. Rev. army". Pensioned, Act of June 7, 1785, 
from Mch. 4, 1789 at $40.00 per an. Died in 1792. (Rec'd. $120.00. 
U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 20). 

Coffroth, Conrad. Mch. 8, 1826 — No. 69, p. 250. Treas. of Western 
Shore pay to Conrad Coffroth, of Franklin county. Pa., half pay of a fifer, 
as a further remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

Passed Feb. 28, 1832 — No. 81. Treas. Western Shore pay to Mag- 
dalena Coffroth, of Washington county, widow of Conrod Coffroth, a 
soldier of the rev. war, during widowhood, half yearly, half pay of a 
private, for the services rendered by her husband during said war. 

* Coins, Dominick, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

* Cole, George, ensign, German Regt. (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

Colegate, Asaph. Passed Mch. 10, 1842— No. 44. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Asaph Colegate, a soldier of the Rev., half pay of a private 
from and after this date. 

t Collember, Thomas, private, Rev. army'. Pensioned, Act of June 7, 
1785, from Mch. 4, 1789, at $40.00 per an. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 20). 

t Collins, James, sergeant. Rev. army*. Pensioned, Act of June 7, 1789, 
from Mch. 4, 1789, at $60.00 per an. (Rec'd. $390.00. U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 20). Died in 1795. 

Connelly, Hugh, Sr. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 15. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Hugh Connelly, Sr., of Washington county, late a 
private in the rev. war, quarterly, during his life, the half pay of a private, 
as a further remuneration to him for his services during the struggle of his 
country for her independence. 

* Connelly, Hugh, private, Hazen's, Reg't. Qan. 1820, p. 541). 
Connelly, William. Passed Feb. 28, 1832 — No. 46. Treas. Western 

Shore pay to Priscilla Connelly, widow of W°. Connelly, soldier of the rev. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 331 

war, during widowhood, half yeariy, half pay of a private, for services 
rendered by her husband during said war. 

Contee, John, Lieut. Passed Jan 28, 1830 — No. 10. Resolutions 
expressive of the sense of the Legislature, of the gallant conduct during the 
late war, of John Contee, a native of Md., formerly a Lieut, in the Marine 
corps of the U. S., and directing a sword to be presented to him. (Con- 
stitution and Guerrier, and Constitution and Java). 

Cooke, Henry. Passed Feb. 19, 1835 — No. 4. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Henry Cooke, a Rev. soldier, the half pay of a private, quarterly, 
during his life. 

Cooper, W"". Passed Mch. 12, 1832 — No. 95. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to W"". Cooper, of Ohio county, Ky. a soldier of the rev. war, during 
life, half yearly, half pay of a private, for his services during the rev. war. 

Same date (No. 98) a warrant, later patent, for 50 acres in Allegany 
county, was authorized to him without payts. of composition money. 

Corbet, James, Gentleman. Com'd. Ensign of Capt. George Voghan's 
Co. in Deer Creek Battn. Harford Co. Militia, Annapolis, Apr. 9, 1778. 

"W"". Amos' son Joshua to be in this place," (X, No. 234). 

t Corbett, John, private. Rev. army*. Pensioned at $60.00 per an. from 
Jan. I, 1803. (Reed. $220.67. U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 20). 

Courts, Dr. Richard Hanley. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 42. Treas Western 
Shore is directed to pay to Eleanor C. Courts, of Prince George's county, 
half pay of a surgeon's mate, as a compensation for those meritorious 
services rendered by her deceased husband. Doctor Richard Hanley 
Courts, during the rev. war. 

* Coyle, Mark, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

Coyn, Dominick. Feb. 25, 1824 — No. 33 (p. 172). Treas. to pay to 
Mary Coyn, of Harford county, half pay of a private, further remun. for 
her husband Dominick Coyn's services during the rev. war. 

Crampton, Thomas. Passed Mch. 16, 1835 — No. 61. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Thomas Crampton, a soldier of the rev. half pay of a private, 
in quarterly payts. during his life. 

* Craven, Andrew, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

t Crawford, James, private, Md. Line, age 82, resided in Frederick 
county*". Pensioned Jan. 6, 1819, at $96.00 per an. from May 5, 1818. 
(Rec'd. $1,520.00. U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

* Crawford, James, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

Crawford, NehetJiiah. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 41. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Nehemiah Crawford, a sergeant in the rev. war, 
quarterly during life, the half pay of a sergeant. 

Cresap, Lieut. Joseph. Feb. 19, 18 19 — No. 41. Treas. of Western 
Shore is directed to pay to Joseph Cresap, a sum of money equal to the 



332 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

half pay of a lieutenant, during his life, as a further compensation for his 
services during the rev. war. 

Cresap, Joseph. Feb. 23, 1822 — No. 62, p. 180. Joseph Cresap of 
Allegany county, a pensioner is said to be wealthy — living in affluence — 
resolution of Dec. session 1818. No. 41, be rescinded. 

Cresap, Joseph. Mch. 3, 1826 — No. 67, p. 250. Resolutions No. 41 
(1819) and 62 (1822) are secited, and "whereas, from losses sustained by 
the said Joseph Cresap in consequence of endorsing for others in the 
Cumberland bank of Allegany he is now greatly embarassed, and has a 
large family to support." Treas. of Western Shore is directed to pay to 
Joseph Cresap, of Allegany county, half pay of a lieut., for life, as a 
further compensation for his services during the rev. war. (See p. 13, 
Death Notice, Maryland Gazette Jan. 5, 1827). 

Croft, W'". Passed Mch. 4, 1835— No. 71. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to Catharine Croft, widow of W". Croft, a soldier of the rev., half pay of a 
corporal, quarterly, during her life. 

Cross, Joseph, Lieut. Passed Mch. 14, 1823 — No. 64. Unanimous 
resolution commending Lieut. Joseph Cross, a native of Md., enumerating 
his services — authorize Governor to secure and present a suitable sword. 

Crouch, Robert. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. i, 1813) — No. 32. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Robert Crouch, quarterly, a sum of money 
equal to the half pay of a private, as a further remuneration for his 
services during the rev. war. 

* Crouch, Robert, private, Va. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

Crouch, Robert. Passed Feb. 19, 1845 — No. 13. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Hannah Crouch, of Cecil county, $11.33, due her late husband, 
Robert Crouch at time of his death ; he having been a private in the rev. 
war, and at time of his death a pensioner of the State ; it appearing that 
said Robert Crouch received his pension regularly up to July 2, 1823, & 
died Oct. 12, next ensuing, and the arrearages of pension being from time 
of last payt. until his death. 

Croxall, Charles, Capt. Passed Mch. 12, 1827 — No. 59. Treas. pay to 
Charles Croxall, of Baltimore city, during life, half yearly, half pay of a 
captain of dragoons, for his services during the rev. war. 

Croxall, Charles. Passed Mch. 9, 1832 — No. 82. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Claudius Legrande, $31.67, being the sum due to Charles Croxall, a 
rev. pensioner at his death. 

* Currin, James, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

Curtis, James. Ensign in 17"" Battn. of Militia — see Schoolfield, W™. 

* Curtiss, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

Curtis, John. Passed Feb. 23, 1829 — No. 30. Treas. pay to John 
Curtis, of Baltimore city, during life, half yearly, half pay of a matross in 
the artillery, in consideration of his services during the rev. war. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 333 

Dallam, R. Lieut, of Capt. Vanhorne's Co. in Deer Creek Battn. of 
Militia, Harford Co., Apr. 1778. 

Davidson, James. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 28. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to James Daxadson, late a private in the rev. war, quarterly, 
half pay of a private, as a further remuneration to him for military 
sersaces. 

* Davidson, James, 2d., private, j\Id. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

* Davis, Anthony, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

^ Davis, John, private, Rev. army". Pensioned, Act of June 7, 1785, 
from INIch. 4, 1789 at $40.00 per an. (Reed. $1,085.64. U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 20). 

Davis, John. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 49. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to John Davis, of Charles county, late a sergeant 
in the rev. war, or order during his life, quarterly payts., half pay of a 
sergeant. 

Davis, Samuel. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 37. "Resolved, That the 
treasurer of the Western Shore pay to Samuel Davis, of Kent county, late a 
fifer in the revolutionary war, or to his order, for life, in quarter annual 
payments, a sum of money equal to the half pay of a fifer, as a further 
remuneration for his services during the revolutionary war." 

Davis, Samuel, and Gudgington, William. Feb. 24, 1823 — No. 65, p. 
141. "The committee of pensions & rev. claims having received infor- 
mation that Samuel Davis, a drummer, and William Gudgington, a 
private, both of Kent county, who are on the pension list, and are actually 
receiving annual pensions, were never in the service of the state, or of the 
United States. Therefore resolved, That they be stricken off the pension 
list." 

Davis, Samuel. Mch. 9, 1826 — No. 104, p. 260. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Samuel Davis, of Baltimore, half pay of a sergeant, for his rev. war 
services. 

Davis, Samuel. Passed Mch. 13, 1829 — No. 66. Treas. of Western 
Shore required to pay Samuel Davis of Baltimore city, or order, the 
pension accruing from Feb. 12, 1823 (when he was stricken from the 
pension roll) and Mch. 9, 1826, when he was replaced thereon, to which he 
would have been entitled had he not been stricken therefrom. 

Davis, Samuel. Passed Mch. 5, 1835 — No. 66. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Margaret Davis, %\'idow of Samuel Davis, a soldier of the rev., half 
pay of a private during life, quarterly. 

Davis, Thomas. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 31. Treas. pay to Thomas 
Davis, of Ohio, late an old soldier in the rev. war, during life, quarterly, 
half pay of a private, for those services by which his country has been so 
essentially benefitted. 



334 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Davis, W'". Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 21. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to W". Davis, late a soldier of the rev. war, quarterly, the half pay of a 
private, as a further remuneration to him for those services by which his 
cOuntrj' has been so essentially benefitted. 

Dawkins, Charles. Passed Feb. 24, 1830 — No. 59. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Elizabeth Dawkins, of Calvert county, widow of the late 
Charles Dawkins, a soldier of the revolution, during widowhood, half pay 
of a sergeant, for serv'ices of her late husband. 

Dawson, Capt. Joseph. Passed Nov. session 1791 — No. 6, Joseph 
Dawson, late a soldier in the 5th Md. reg. in the service of the U. S., is 
disabled from wounds reed, at the battle of Eutaw Spgs., & is at certain 
times rendered incapable of getting a livelihood; — Gov. of Md. grant 
Joseph Dawson half pay he reed, in continental ser^-ice, by orders on 
Treas. of Western Shore, & same be charged to the U. S. 

* Dawson, Joseph, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

Dawson, W"". Passed Nov. session 18 10 — No. 5. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to W". Dawson, of Cecil county, late a meritorious soldier in the 
rev. war, or order, quarterly payts., a sum of money equal to half pay of a 
private, as a pro\'ision to him in his indigent situation, now advanced in 
life, and as a further remuneration to him for those services by which his 
country has been so essentially benefitted. 

Deakins, W". Jnr. Esq. Com'd. Lieut. Col. of the Lower Batt'n. of 
Militia in Montgomery Co., Sept. 12, 1777. Thos. Johnson. Resigned 
May, 1782. (X, No. 53). 

Deal, Capt. Geo. Passed Feb. 7, 1843 — No. 5. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Richard Thomas bal. due Capt. Geo. Deal, a rev. pensioner at time 
of his death. 

* Dean, Robert, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

* Deaver, Aquilla, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

Deaver, Aquilla. Passed March 2, 1827 — No. 27. Treas. to pay to 
Aquilla Deaver, of Harford county, during life, half yearly, half pay of a 
private for his services during the rev. war. 

Deaver, Aquilla. Passed Feb. 3, 1836 — No. 14. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to W". B. Stephenson, for use of Sarah Deaver, widow of Aquilla 
Deaver, deceased, $6.66, bal. of pension due her husband at death. 

Deaver, Aquilla. Passed Feb. 13, 1836 — No. 20. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Sarah Deaver, widow of "Aquilla Dean," a soldier of the rev., half 
pay of a private during life. 

* Deaver, Miscal, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

t Deaver, Miscal, private, Md. Line, age 83, from Frederick county''. 
Pensioned Dec. 23, 18 19, at $96.00 per an. from Jan. 22, 1819. (Reed. 
$395.46. U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 335 

Deaver, W"". Mch. 7, 1826 — No. 84, p. 255. Treas. of Western Shore 
pay to W™. Deaver, of Mason county, Ky. half pay of a private, as further 
remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

De Kalb, Baron. Passed j\Ich. 3, 1848 — No. 57. Preamble & Reso- 
lutions in relation to the erection of a monument to the memory of the late 
Maj. Gen. the Baron De Kalb, in the city of AnnapoUs. 

Congress of U. S. in Oct. 1780, passed a resolution: 

" Resolved, That a monument be erected to the memory of the late Maj. 
Gen., the Baron de Kalb, in Annapolis, Md., \\nth the following inscription: 
Sacred to the memory of the Baron De Kalb, Knight of the Royal Order of 
Military Merit, Brigadier of the armies of France, and Maj. Gen. in the 
service of the U. S. of America, having served with honor and reputation 
for three years, he gave a last and glorious proof of his attachment to the 
liberties of mankind, and the cause of America, in the action near Camden, 
in the State of S. C. on Aug. 16, 1780, when leading on the troops of the 
Md. & Del. lines, against superior numbers, and animating them by his 
example to deeds of valor, he was pierced with many wounds and on the 
19"^ follo^\^ng expired, in the 48th year of his age. The Congress of the 
United States of America, in gratitude to his zeal, services and merit, have 
erected this monument." 

The Governor is requested to transmit a copy of the resolutions to the 
Md. Senators and Representatives in Congress to, if possible, secure the 
erection of the said monument. 

A similar resolution was passed Feb. 6, 1850 — No. 24. 

De Kalb, Baron. Passed May 3, 1852 — No. 8. " Whereas, it is repre- 
sented to this Gen. Assembly, that the representatives of the Baron De 
Kalb, a Major General in the service of the U. S., in the war of the Rev., 
and who at the action of Camden, on Aug. 16, 1780, when leading on the 
troops of the Md. & Del. Lines, and animating them by his example, to 
deeds of valor, lost, his life; Therefore: 

Resolved by the Gen. Assembly of Md., That our Senators & Reps, in 
the Cong, of the U. S. be requested to use their influence in procuring the 
passage of a law, granting to the heirs of the lamented De Kalb compen- 
sation for the services of their illustrious ancestor, as a Maj. Gen. in the 
service of the U. S. in the war of the Rev." &c. 

* De Ligney, Peter, private, Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

* Dempsey, John, private, Va. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

Dennis, Edward. Passed Mch. 25, 1836 — No. 69. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Edward Dennis, late a rev. soldier, half pay of a private, in 
remuneration of his serv'ices during the rev. war. 

* Dennis, Enos, private, N. J. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

* Dennis, Jacob, private, Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 



336 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Denny, Capt. Robert. Passed Dec. session 1814 — No. 20. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Augusta Denny, widow of the late Capt. Robert 
Denny, — half pay of a capt., as a compensation for the valuable services 
rendered by her late husband during the rev. war. 

Denoon, John. Passed Feb. 26, 1829 — No. 36. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to John Denoon, of the state of Ohio, a soldier of the rev. war, during 
life, half yearly, half pay of a drummer, for his services during the rev. war. 

* Dent, George, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

Dent, George. Passed Jan. 30, 1829 — No. 9. Treas. pay to George 
Dent, of Saint-Mary's county, during life, half yearly, half pay of a 
private, for his services during the rev. war. 

Dent, John, Esq. Com'd. Brig. Gen. of MiHtia of Md. raised to Compose 
a part of the Flying Camp, July 4, 1776. Pr. order Mat. Tilghman, Pres. 
(X, No. 56). 

t Detit, John, corporal. Rev. army*. Pensioned, act of June 7, 1785, at 
$44.00 per an. from Mch. 4, 1789. Died Mch. 26, 1803 (Reed. $616.00. 
U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 20). 

Dent, John. Passed Mch. 17, 1835 — No. 49. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Eleanor Dent, widow of John Dent, a private of the third regiment 
Maryland Line [^Rev.J, half pay of a private, during life, quarterly. 

* Dewees, Samuel, private, Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

* Dickenson, Edward, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

* Dicks, Isaac, private, Va. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

Dixon, Samuel. 2^ Lieut, in 17"' Battn. Militia — see Schoolfield, W". 

Dixon, W". Passed Dec. session, 1818 (Feb. 19, 1819) — No. 21. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to W"". Dixon, late a rev. soldier, quarterly, during life, 
the half pay of a private. 

Dotially, Patrick. Passed Dec. session 1815 — No. 22. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Patrick Donally, of Frederick county, — half pay of a private, 
as a further remuneration to him for those services by which his country 
has been so essentially benefitted. 

Donnelly, Patrick. Passed Feb. 20, 1829 — No. 23. Treas. pay to 
Elizabeth Donnelly, widow of the late Patrick Donnelly, of Frederick 
county, whatever sum may have been due to said Patrick Donnelly, from 
the state of Md. at time of his decease, on account of his rev. services. 

Donnel'y, Patrick. Passed Mch. 6, 1832 — No. 69. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Elizabeth Donnelly, of Frederick county, widow of Patrick 
Donnelly, a soldier of the rev. war, during widowhood, half yearly, half 
pay of a private, for services rendered by her husband during said 
war. 

Dooley, Capt. James. (War of 181 2), payment for cartouch boxes Feb. 
II, 1825. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 337 

Dorgan, John. Passed Jan. 25, 1828 — No. 2. Treas. of Western Shore 
pay to John Dorgan, of Talbot county, during life, half yearly, half pay of a 
private, as further remuneration for his services during rev. war. 

Dorsey, Ely. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 61. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay to Ely Dorsey, of Ely, of Frederick county — $960.00 "in 
full consideration of his ser\nces during the rev. war." 

Dorsey, Capt. Richard. Passed Nov. session 1791 — No. 6. Richard 
Dorsey, late a capt. in the Artillery from Md. in the service of the U. S., is 
disabled from wounds received at the battle of Camden, S. C, which 
prevent him from following any occupation by which a sustenance may be 
obtained; Resolved, That — the Gov. Md. — grant unto Richard Dorsey 
half the monthly pay which he received in the continental service, by 
orders drawn on the Treas. of Western Shore, and the same be charged to 
the U. S. 

Dotrow, John. Passed Mch. 12, 1828 — No. 45. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to John Dotrow, of Frederick county, during life, half yearly, sum of 
money equal to half pay of a private, as further remuneration for his 
services during the rev. war. 

t Dougherty, Barnabas, private, Rev. army." Pensioned, Act of June 7, 
1785, from Mch. 4, 1789 at $40.00 per an. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 20). 

* Douglass, Robert, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

* Doivdle, TU"., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

Downes, Henry, Jnr. Esq. Com'd. 2^ Major of 28"" Batt'n. of the Militia 
in this Pro^^nce. Given in Convention at Annapolis, Jan. 3, Anno 
Domini, 1776. Pr. order Mat. Tilghman, Pres. 

"To the Honorable the Convention or Council of Safety of Md. The 2'^ 
Major's Birth being a very inactive post & the Battalion in great want of 
an adjutant; Colo. Fedeman has appointed me in w'hich station I shall 
from this Day endever to discharge my duty untill otherwise ordered by 
your Honours, at whose command I am allways at; & beg leave to resign 
this Commission. 

I am Gentlemen your most Obt. Soldier & Servent, Henr>^ Downs, Jr. 
April 10, 1776." (X, No. 60). 

Doivning, Butler. Passed Feb. 18, 1833 — No. 21. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Elizabeth Downing, widow of the late Butler Downing, a rev. 
soldier who died Nov. 18, 1829, $24.24 the amt. due him at death as a 
pensioner. 

Passed Mch. 5, 1835 — No. 29. Treas. Western Shore pay to Elizabeth 
Downing, widow of Butler Downing, quarterly during her life, half pay of a 
private, for the ser\aces of her husband during the rev. war. 

Downing, Nathaniel. Passed Dec. session, 1817 — No. 22. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Nathaniel Downing, of Prince George's county, an 
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338 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

old rev. soldier, half pay of a private, as a further remuneration to him for 
the services rendered his country in that war. 

Due, James. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 71. Treas. Western Shore to 
pay to James Due, late a rev. soldier, quarterly, during life a sum of money 
equal to the half pay of a private. 

* Due, James, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

Duer, Joshua, Gentleman, Com'd. Ensign in Capt. Holland's Co. of 
Militia in the Snow Hill Battalion, in Worcester Co. Given at Baltimore 
Town, Aug. 30th. Thos. Johnson. 

(On the back), Worcester, Aug. 3, 1781. I do hereby resign the within 
commission. Joshua Duer. 

Joshua Duer, Ensign resigned. Steven Allen recom'd. 1782. 

Duffee, Thos. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 25. Treas. pay to Thos. 
DufTee, of Harford county, for life, quarterly, half pay of sergeant, for his 
services during rev. war. 

Passed Mch. 16, 1835 — No. 15. Treas. Western Shore pay to Bridget 
Duffee, widow of Thomas Duffee, a soldier of the rev., the half pay of a 
sergeant during her life, in quarterly payments. 

Duffee, Thomas. Passed Mch. 16, 1835 — No. 37. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to James Moores, for use of Bridget Duffee, widow of Thomas 
Duffee of Harford county, a rev. soldier, $7.50, the amt. due him at time of 
his death, as a pensioner. 

* Dunn, W"'., private, Pulaski's corps (Jan. 1820, p. 542). 

Dtmning, Butler. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 40. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay to Butler Dunning, of Charles county, half pay of a private 
for his rev. war services. 

* Duppelle, Antoiene, private, Hazen's Regt. (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

* Duvall, Benj. of Elisha, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 
Duvall, Benjamin. Feb. 18, 1822 (No. 32, p. 177). Treas. of Western 

shore directed to pay unto Benj. Duvall, of Elisha, an old revolutionary 
soldier, half pay of a private, — as a further remuneration for the services 
rendered his country during the rev. war. 

Duvall, Benj. Passed Feb. 16, 1830 — No. 21. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Benj. L. Gantt, for use of Benj. Duvall, Jr. of Prince George's 
county, executor of Benj. Duvall (of Elisha), of said county, a rev. sol- 
dier, who died Jan. 30, 1830, $33.22, the amount due him at death as a 
pensioner. 

Duval, Joseph. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 39. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay to Joseph Duval, of Montgomery county, an old soldier, for 
life, half pay of a private, for his services during rev. war. 

Dyer, Lieut. Walter. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 9. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Walter Dyer, a lieut. in the rev. war, quarterly, 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 339 

during life, half pay of a lieut. as a further remuneration for his services 
during the American war. 

t Eaerl, James, private, Pa. Line, age 84, from Frederick county, died 
Apr. II, 1830''. Pensioned Nov. i, 1821 at $96.00 per an., from Sept. 20, 
1821. (Rec'd. $821.86. U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

Ebbs, Emanuel. Passed Dec. session, 181 5 — No. 48. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Emanuel Ebbs, late a private in the rev. war, quarterly, half 
pay of a private, as a further remuneration to him for those services by 
which his country has been so essentially benefitted. 

* Ebbs, Emanuel, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

* Edgar, James, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

* Eikelberger, John, private. Pa. Line Qan. 1820, p. 543). 

* Eisell, John, private, German Reg't. (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

Eisell, John. Passed Mch. 9, 1832 — No. 83. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to John Eisell, of Baltimore, a soldier of the rev. war, during life, half 
yearly, half pay of a private, for his services during the rev. war. 

EllicoU. Passed Feb. 18, 1823, 1822-23, p. 123. Ellicott Jonath, 
Elias, Geo. Benj. Thos. & Chas. T. Ellicott (inf. son of James deed.), & the 
ch. of Andrew Ellicott deed. — incorp. Avalon Co. — Patapsco Falls. 

* EllicoU, Robert, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

Elliott, John, Gentleman. Com'd. i st. Lieut, of Co. of Militia in 
Dorchester Co. Called The Friendship Co., of which you have been 
elected 1st. Lieut., persuant to the Resolves of the Last Convention, of the 
Province. Given in Convention at Annapolis, Jan. 3d., 1776. Pr. order 
Mat. Tilghman Pres. (X, No. 66). 

Spencer Waters, Capt. John EUet Resigns first Lieut. Isaac Reed, 
2d. Lieut. Nehemiah Mezzek, Ensign. John Tedyford, 1st. Sergeant. 

t Elliott, John. Wagoner, of Baltimore county, in Rev. army, pensioned 
Dec. 26, 181 1, under Act. of July 5, 1812, at $30.00 per annum (received 
$95-75) • (U. S. Pension Roll, 1835, p. 5). 

Elliott, Robert. Passed Nov. session 181 1 — No. 26. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Robert Elliott, of Harford county, a wounded rev. soldier, 
during life, the half pay of a private in the Md. Line. 

Elliott, Thomas. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 45. 
Treas. Western Shore pay unto Thos. Elliott, an old rev. soldier — half pay 
of a private during the remainder of his life, as a further remuneration for 
his services. 

* Elliott, Thomas, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

* Elliott, Thomas, 2^. private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

Elliott, Thomas. Passed Mch. 2, 1827 — No. 30. Treas. to pay to 
Thomas Elliott, of Baltimore, during life, half yearly, half pay of a 
private, for his services during the re\'. war. 



340 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Ellis, Michael. Mch. 9, 1826 — No. 112, p. 262. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Michael Ellis, of Craven county, N. C. during life, half pay of a fifer, 
as further remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

Elliss, Thos. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 48. Treas. Western Shore is directed 
to pay to Thomas Elliss, of Harford county, half pay of a private, as 
further compensation for his rev. war services. 

* Ellis, Thomas, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

Emory, Charles. Passed Nov. session 1801 — No. 9. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Charles Emory, or order, "]£; bal. due him, an old bargeman, 
for his services on board of the barges during the late war, as appears by a 
voucher under the hand of the auditor. 

Ennis, Leonard. Passed Feb. 23, 1838 — No. 10. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Jane Bishop, who was the widow of Leonard Ennis, a soldier of the 
rev. the half pay of a private during her life, as a further remuneration for 
his services. 

* Ervin, James, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543) 

* Etchberger, W'^, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

* Etchherger, Wolfgang, private, German Reg't. (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

* Evans, Thomas, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

Evans, Thomas. Passed Mch. i, 1830 — No. 64. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Thomas Evans, of Frederick county, during life quarterly, half pay 
of a private, as further remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

Reg. of land office is also directed to issue to said Thos. Evans, soldier of 
the rev. warrant and later a patent for 50 acres of vacant land westward of 
Fort Cumberland, in Allegany county, without composition money. 

Evans, Thomas. Passed Mch. 4, 1834 — No. 41. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Eleann Evans, widow of Thomas Evans of Frederick county, 
during life, quarterly, half pay of a private, for the services rendered by her 
husband during the rev. war. 

t Evans, W"^., private. Rev. army". Pensioned, Act of June 7, 1785, at 
S40.00 per an. from Mch. 4, 1789. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 20). 

Ewing, Capt. James. Passed Nov. 1785, Vol. 11, Chap. XVL Gen. 
Assembly granted half pay of a capt., for disability acquired in the service, 
to James Ewing, late a capt. in the Md. Line in the Continental army. 

t Eyen, Frederick, private, Rev. army". Pensioned, Act of June 7, 1785, 
at $40.00 per an. from Mch. 4, 1789. (Reed. $480.00. U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 20). 

Fairbroiher, Francis. Passed Nov. session, 1806 — No. 2. Treas. of 
Western Shore pay to Francis Fairbrother, of Anne-Arundel county, late a 
soldier in the rev. war, half yearly payts., the half pay of a private. 

Fairbrother, Francis. Passed Mch. 6, 1832 — No. 72. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Patience Fairbrother, of Anne Arundel county, widow of 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 341 

Francis Fairbrother, a soldier of the rev. war, half yearly, the half pay of a 
private, for the services rendered by her husband during said war. 

Pearson, Joseph. Passed Dec. session 181 5 — No. 32. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Joseph Fearson, during his life, quarterly, half pay of a 
private, for his services during the revolution. 

Fennell, Stephen. Passed Feb. 13, 1833 — No. 36. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Stephen Fennell, of Brown county, O., during life, quarterly, 
half pay of a private, for the services rendered by him during the rev. war. 

t Ferguson, John, private. Rev. army*. Pensioned at $60.00 per an. 
from Jan. i, 1803; reed. $670.68. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 21). 

t Ferrara, Emmanuel, private. Rev. army*. Pensioned, Act of June 7, 
1785, from Mch. 4, 1789, at $40.00 per an. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 21). 

Fickle, Benj. Lieut. Passed Mch. 2, 1827 — No. 23. Treas. to pay to 
Benj. Fickle, of Muskingum covmty, Ohio, during life, half yearly, half pay 
of a lieutenant, for his services during the rev. war. 

* Fields, George, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

t Finleyson, George, private, Rev. army*. Pensioned, Act of June 7, 
1785, from Mch. 4, 1789 at $40.00 per an. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 20). 

* Fisher, Joseph, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

* Fisher, Philip, private, German Regt. (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

t Fisher, Philip, private. Rev. army, of Frederick county. Pensioned 
Feb. 8, 1828, at $40.00 per an. from Mch. 4, 1789, under Act of June 7, 
1785 (reed. $1,085.64) — at $64.00 per an. Apr. 24, 1816 (reed. $133.40). 
(U. S. Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 13). 

t Fisher, Philip, private, Md. Line, age 86, from Frederick county''. 
Pensioned Jan. 26, 1819 at $96.00 per an., from Apr. 8, 1818. (Rec'd. 
$1,526.93. U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

Fitzgerald, Benj. Passed Mch. 7, 1834 — No. 50. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Benj. Fitzgerald, of Ky., during life, quarterly, half pay of a 
Quarter Master Sergeant, for the services rendered by him during the rev. 
war. 

Fitzgerald, Nicholas. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 36. Treas. is directed to pay 
to Nicholas Fitzgerald, of Washington county, half pay of a private for his 
rev. war services. 

Fitzhugh, Capt. W"'. Passed Nov. 1791 — No. 10. "Resolved that the 
half pay of a captain on the British establishment be allowed to W". 
Fitzhugh, of Calvert county, to be computed by the auditor from Sept. 3, 
1783, until Nov. I, 1 791, & that the treas. of the Western Shore be author- 
ized and directed to issue a certificate, bearing legal interest therefor, to the 
said W™. Fitzhugh." 

Fitzpatrick, Nathan. Passed Mch. 11, 1840 — No. 23. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Nathan Fitzpatrick, a soldier of the rev., or order, quarterly, 
during his life, the half pay of a private, from Jan. i, 1840. 



342 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

* Fletcher, Philip, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

* Fling, James, private, Va. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 543). 

Fling, James. Feb. 24, 1824 — No. 27. Treas. directed to pay to 
James Fling, of Montgomery county, during life, quarterly the half pay of 
a sergeant, further comp. for his services during the rev. war. 

Passed Jan. 23, 1837 — No. 11. Treas. Western Shore pay to Henry 
Harding for use of James W. Fling, executor of James Fling, $7.00, 
balance of his pension at time of his death. 

t Flanagan, Dennis, private, Rev. army*. Pensioned, Act of June 7, 
1785, from Mch. 4, 1789, at $40.00 per an.; reed. $160.00. (U. S. Pens. 
Roll, 1835, p. 21). 

Foggett, Richard. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 35. Treas. to pay 
Richard Foggett, of Anne Arundel county, late a soldier in the rev. war, 
during life, quarterly, half pay of a private, as a further remuneration for 
those services by which his country has been so essentially benefitted. 

Foggett, Richard. Passed Mch. 19, 1835 — No. 72. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Artridge Foggett, of Anne Arundel county, the amt. due her 
late husband, Richard Foggett, upon the pension list of this State, at the 
time of his death. 

Passed Mch. 20, 1835 — No. 65. Treas. Western Shore pay to Artridge 
Foggitt, widow of Richard Foggitt, a soldier of the rev. the half pay of a 
private, quarterly, during life. 

Foggett, Richard. Passed Feb. 6, 1850 — No. 27. State Treas. pay to 
order of legal representatives of Arthridge Foggett, the arrears of pension 
due her on May 20, 1849, dated from Jan. i, 1849, as per res. No. 65, 
passed Dec. session, 1834. 

Passed Feb. 14, 1850 — No. 31. Treas. of Md. pay to Gassaway Owens, 
legal representative of Arthridge Foggett, arrears of pension due the latter. 

t Fogler, Simon, private Rev. army". Pensioned, Act of June 7, 1785 
from Sept. 4, 1793, at $20.00 per an.; reed. $160.00. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 21). 

Ford, Hezekiah. Treas. Western Shore Feb. 9, 1822 (No. 20, p. 176) 
directed to pay to Hezekiah Ford, of Cecil county, an old Revolutionary 
officer- — the half pay of a Lieutenant during the remainder of his life, as 
remuneration for his meritorious services. 

* Ford, Joseph, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

t Ford, Joseph, captain, Rev. army". Pensioned at $120.00 per an. from 
Jan. I, 1803; reed. $1101.33; died in 1812. (U.S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 21). 

Ford, Joseph. Passed Mch. 4, 1837 — No. 33. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Mary Ford, widow of Joseph Ford, half pay of a second lieut. 
during her life, as a further remuneration for his services during the rev. 
war. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 343 

Forrest, Uriah, Gentleman. Com'd. I st. Lieut, of the Second Inde- 
pendent Co. of Regular Troops to be raised in this Province for the 
Defense of the Liberties thereof. Given in Convention at Annapolis, Jan. 
6, A.D., 1776. Pr. order Mat. Tilghman, Pres. (X, No. 74). 

(Reverse) "I, Uriah Forrest do swear that I will well & truly Execute 
my Office according to the within Commission and the Trust reposed in me 
according to the best of my power of ability and that I will disband & lay 
down my Warlike arms whenever I shall be ordered so to do by the 
Convention of Maryland for the time being or any Authority dirived under 
it so help me God." Sworn before me this 22d. Jan. 1776. Richd. 
Barnes. 

Forrest, Mrs. Rebecca. Passed Feb. 12, 1844 — No. 17. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Ann Green and Maria Bohrer, sole surviving children of 
Mrs. Rebecca Forrest, bal. due her, up to time of her death, on the 
pension list of the State. 

* Foster, Thos., private, Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

Fowler, Thos. M. [War of 1812], Feb. 17, 1820 — No. 52. Gov. and 
council are directed to pass the acct. of Thos M. Fowler, deceased, 
commissary to the 6th brigade of Md. militia for rations furnished Col. 
Athenations Fen wick's reg. from 19 July to 17 Aug. 18 14. 

Fo.x, Anthony. Passed Nov. session, 1806 — No. i. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Anthony Fox, of Anne-Arundel county, late a soldier in the 
rev. war, half yearly payts., half pay of a private. 

Franklin, Thomas and Neth, Lewis, Jr., [War of 1812]]. Furnished 
cartouch boxes — belts — payment Feb. 26, 1824, p. 172, Res. 35. 

* Franks, John, private. Conn. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

Frazier, James. Passed Feb. 14, 1820 — No. 21. Treas. pay to James 
Frazier, of Dorchester county, an old soldier in the rev. war, for life, 
quarterly, half pay of a private, "as a further remuneration for those 
services by which his country has been so essentially benefitted." 

Frazier, James. Passed Mch. 9, 1847 — No. 31. Treas. pay to Susan 
Frazier, or to her order, balance of any pension due to James Frazier, at 
the time of his death. 

Resolved, That the pension heretofore paid by the State to James 
Frazier be continued and paid to widow Susan Frazier, during her natural 
life. 

Frazier, Lieut. Levin. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 32. Treas. pay to 
Levin Frazier, of Dorchester county, an old rev. officer, for life, quarterly, 
half pay of a first Lieut, for his services during the rev. war. 

* Frazier, Levin. Lieut., Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

Frazier, Levi?i. Passed Jan. 10, 1843 — No. 2. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Elizabeth Frazier of Dorchester county, widow of Le\dn Frazier, a 



344 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

lieut. in the war of Rev., half pay of a lieut. during her life, quarterly, 
commencing July 5, 1842; also pay to said Elizabeth Frazier arrears of 
pension due to her said husband at time of his death under resolution 
passed at Dec. session, 1819. 

Frazier, Levin. Passed Feb. 18, 1848 — No. 28. Treas. pay to Priscilla 
Jackson, legal representative of Elizabeth Frazier, $8.00, bal. of pension 
due said Elizabeth Frazier at her death. 

Passed Mch. 4, 1850 — No. 51. Treas. pay to Saml. Harrington, trustee 
of the late EHzabeth Frazier, $18.22, the amt. of pension money due her at 
death. 

Frazier, Penelope. Passed Jan. 29, 1850 — No. 7. State Treas. pay to 
Priscilla Frazier, executrix of Penelope Frazier, late of Baltimore county, 
deceased, or order, whatever sum may be due the estate of the said 
testator, at her death Dec. 2, 1848, as a pensioner of this State. 

Frazier, Samuel. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 6. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Samuel Frazier, of Harford county, quarterly, half pay of a 
private soldier, as a further remuneration for those services rendered his 
country during her struggle for independence. 

Frazier, Samuel. Passed Mch. 16, 1836 — No. 70. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Penelope Frazier, widow of Samuel Frazier, a soldier of the 
rev., half pay of a private during her life. 

Frazer, Capt. Solomon. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 80. Treas. Western 
Shore required to pay to Solomon Frazier, or to his order, in quarterly 
payments, during life, the half pay of a captain. 

Frazier, Capt. Solomon. Passed Feb. 9, 1822 — No. 21, p. 176. Treas. 
Western Shore directed to pay to Capt. Solomon Frazier $337-50 "balance 
of rations due him while in the sers-ice of the State of Md. during the rev. 
war. " 

Frazier, W^"". Passed Feb. 7, 1840 — No. 7. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to Henrietta M. Frazier, of the city of Baltimore, widow of W"°. Frazier, 
who was a lieut. in the rev. war, or to her order, quarterly, commencing 
with Jan. I, 1840, the half pay of a lieut. during her life, as a further 
remuneration for the services of her deceased husband. 

Frisby, James, Gentleman. Com'd. 2^ Lieut of Capt. W". Frisby's Co. 
of Militia in Kent County, June 7, 1776. Given at Annapohs by Council 
of Safety, Danl. of St. Thos. Jenifer, J. Hall, Jas. Tilghman, W-". Hayward. 

Fulford, John. Capt. of a Company of Matrosses, Mch. I, 1776 — see 
More, Nicholas Ruxton. 

Gadd, Thomas. Passed Nov. session, 181 1 — No. ID. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Thomas Gadd, late a private soldier in the rev. war, a sum of 
money, quarterly payts., equal to half pay of a private. 

* Gadd, Thomas, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 345 

Gaither, Benj., late sheriff of Anne Arundel & John M. Gaither — Laws 
of Md. Dec. Sess. 1825 — Res. No. loi, p. 260. 

Gaither, Zachariah, Gentleman. Com'd. Ensign of Capt. Basil Burgess' 
Company (late John Burgess) in the Elk Ridge Battn. of Anne Arundel 
Co. Militia. Given at AnnapoHs this 30"' Day of Mch. A.D. 1779. 
Thos. Johnson. (Original comn. in possession of Mr. Otho S. Gaither, 
Chicago, 111.) 

Gale, Henry. Capt. in Salisbury Batln. of Somerset Co. Militia, Jan. 7, 
1777 — see Handy, Levin. 

Gallaher, John. Passed Nov. 1798 — No. 8. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to John Gallaher, late soldier in the 6"" Md. reg. 6i£-is-5d, the amt. of 
depreciation of pay due him for his services as a soldier aforesaid. 

Gallagher, Capt. John, U. S. NaA^ — see Towson, Nathan [1812]. 

Galuvrth, Gabriel. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 14. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Gabriel Galworth, of Montgomery county, late a private in 
the rev. war. quarterly, half pay of a private, as a further remuneration to 
him for those services by which his country has been so essentially 
benefitted. 

* Galworth, Gabriel, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

t Gambare, Joh?i, private. Rev. army, of Frederick county. Pensioned 
Feb. 8, 1828 at $40.00 per an. under Act of June 7, 1785, dating from 
Mch. 4, 1789 (reed. $1,085.64) — at $64.00 per an. from Apr. 24, 1816 
(reed. $983.27). (U. S. Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 13). 

Gambell, Abraham. Passed Nov. 1791 — No. 9. Abraham Gambell, 
late a soldier in the first Md. reg. was wounded through the shoulder at 
Camden, Apr. 21, 1781 — unable to support himself by labour; Gov. grant 
unto Abraham Gambell, in future, such sum as, with the allowance he 
receives from the U. S., will equal half monthly pay which he received 
when in the continental service — drawn on Treas. of Western Shore, and 
charged to the U. S. 

t Gamble, Abraham, private. Rev. army. Pensioned, Act of Mch. 3. 
1809, from Jan. 18, 1809, at $60.00 per an.; reed. $187.67. (U. S. Pens. 
Roll, 1835, p. 21). 

Gambrel, Gideon. Passed Mch. 2, 1827 — No. 25. Treas. to pay to 
Gideon Gambrel, of Caroline county, during life, half yearly, the half pay 
of a private for his services during the rev. war. 

t Garth, James, private. Rev. army\ Pensioned, Act of June 7, 1785, at 
$40.00 per an. from Mch. 4, 1789; reed. $980.00. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, 
p. 21). 

Gassaway, Lieut. Henry. Passed Nov. session 1804 — No. 2. Treas, 
Western Shore pay to Henry Gassaway, of Anne-Arundel county, late a 
lieut. in the rev. war, half pay of a lieut., quarterly payts., during life, as a 



346 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

further reward to those meritorious services which he rendered his country 
in estabHshing her Hberty and independence. 

Cassaway, Capt. John. Passed Dec. session, 1 815 — No. 17. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to John Gassaway, late a capt. of the Md. troops in the 
rev. war, — during Hfe, half pay of a captain. 

* Gassaway, John, captain, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 
Gassaway, John. Feb. 10, 1820 — No. 15. Treas is directed to pay to 

Elizabeth L. Gassaway, of Annapolis, during her widowhood, half pay of a 
captain as a further compensation for those services rendered by her late 
husband, John Gassaway, during rev. war. 

Gassaway, General John. Passed Dec. 19, 1821 — No. 4, p. 174. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Elizabeth L. Gassaway, widow of Gen. John 
Gassaway, of Annapolis, $38.00 due on rev. pension at his death. 

* Gatchell, Sanil. H., captain Mass. Line — dead (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 
Gates, W'". Passed Dec. session, 181 5 — No. 33. Treas. Western Shore 

pay to W™. Gates, quarterly, during life, the half pay of a private, as a 
remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

Gerrish, Edward and Allen, Jacob. Passed Nov. session, 1812 — No. 56. 
Treas. Western Shore pay unto Edwd. Gerrish and Jacob Allen, — half pay 
of privates, as a further remuneration to them for those services by which 
their country has been so essentially benefitted. 

* Gerrish, Edward, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 
Geissinger, David, Capt. Passed Jan. 28, 1830 — No. 9. Gen. Assembly 

of Md. entertain a high sense of the gallantry of David Geissinger, native 
of Md. and a Captain in U. S. Navy, (details given). 

Governor is authorized to present a sword in approbation of his gallant 
conduct in the late war. 

Gibhart, Peter. Passed Dec. session, 181 5 — No. 31. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Peter Gibhart, $200.00 in full compensation for those 
services which he rendered during the rev. war. 

* Gilman, Joseph, private. Conn. Line — died 16^^ May, 1819 Qan. 1820, 

P- 544)- 

Gilpin, W"'. Passed Mch. 2, 1827 — No. 26. Treas. to pay to W". 
Gilpin, of Jefferson county, Va. during life, half yearly, the half pay of a 
private for his services during the rev. war. 

* Glazier, John, private, Conn. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

* Goddard, Edward Barton, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

* Goddard, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

Goddard, John. Passed Feb. 23, 1829 — No. 29. Treas. pay to John 
Goddard, of Prince George's county, during life, half yearly, half pay of a 
private, as further remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

Goddard, John. Passed Jan. 17, 1833 — No. 3. Treas. Western Shore 



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pay to Raphael C. Edelen, for use of Benj. Goddard, of Prince George's 
county, only child and representative of John Goddard, of said county, a 
rev. soldier who died Sept. 2, 1832, $16.89, the amt. due him at death, as a 
pensioner. 

Godman, Capt. Saml. Passed Mch. 10, 1856. Comr. land office issue 
to legal representatives of Capt. Saml. Godman, an officer of the Md. Line 
during the rev. war, a common warrant for 200 acres of vacant land, 
lying to the westward of Fort Cumberland, in Allegany county, and to 
issue a patent, &c. 

t Golden, Walter, private in Rev. army, of Baltimore county; pensioned 
Nov. 10, 1814 at $30.00 per annum, commencing May 11, 1814 (received 
$24.50). (U. S. Pension Roll, 1835, p. 6). 

* Goldsberry, Charles, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 
Coldsborough, Chas. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 34. Treas. 

Western Shore pay to Chas. Goldsborough, half pay of a private, as an 
additional compensation for those services which contributed to the 
establishment of his country's independence. 

Goldsborough, Ann. Passed Mch. Ii, 1834 — No. 62. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Ann Goldsborough, of Saint Mary's county, during life, 
quarterly, half pay of a private, for the services rendered by her husband 
during the rev. war. 

Goldsmith, Thomas. Passed Feb. 24, 1836 — No. 46. Reg. land office 
issue a warrant for 200 acres soldier's land in Allegany county, westward of 
Fort Cumberland to James Mills, Thos. Mills, EHzabeth Mills, Sarah 
Campfield & Harriet Goldsmith, heirs at law of Thos. Goldsmith deceased, 
and their heirs without any tithng, &c. 

Gomber, John. Feb. 18, 1825. No. 26, p. 159. Treas. to pay to John 
Gomber, of Frederick county, during life, half pay of a private, further 
comp. his rev. war services. 

Gordon, Archibald. Passed Nov. session, 1807 — No. 2. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Archibald Gordon, of Cecil county, late a meritorious 
soldier in the rev. war, in quarterly payts., half pay of a private, as a 
provision to him in his indigent situation when advanced in life, and — for 
those services by which his country has been so essentially benefitted. 

* Gordon, Archibald, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

Gordon, John. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 41. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay to Elizabeth Gordon, widow of John Gordon, a rev. soldier, 
during her life half pay of a private. 

Gorrell, Thomas (of Hannah) a minor, of Harford county chgd. to 
Thomas Jeff ery — ^Jan. 12, 1825, Chap. 19, p. 14. 

Gould, W"". Passed Feb. 10, 1830 — No. 21. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to Sarah Gould, of Dorchester county, during life, quarterly, half pay of a 



348 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

private, as further remuneration for the services rendered by her husband 
William Gould, during the rev. war. 

Graves, Richard. Passed Jan. 30, 1822. Treas. Western Shore in favor 
of Richard Graves, the brigade Major of the 6"" brigade, — for services 
performed during the late war. 

Gray, George. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 41. Treas. pay to George 
Gray, of Charles county, for life, quarterly, half pay of a private, for his 
services during the rev. war. 

Green, Henry. Passed Mch. 6, 1850 — No. 61. Treas. of Md. pay to 
Elizabeth Green, widow of Henry Green, a private in the war of the Amer. 
Rev., half pay of a private for the remainder of her Hfe, from Jan. i, 1850. 

Green, Capt. Lewis. [AVar of 1812]. Feb. 15, 1820, No. 22. 

t Green, W'"., private. Rev. army, of Charles county. Pensioned from 
Mch. 4, 1789, under Act of June 7, 1785, at $40.00 per annum (reed. 
$1,085.64) — at $64.00 per an. Apr. 24, 1816 (reed. $407.27) and died in 
1822. (U. S. Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 12). 

Greentree, Benj. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 24. Treas. pay to Benj. 
Greentree, of Montgomery county, during life, quarterly, half pay of 
private, for his services during rev. war. 

Greentree, Benj. Passed Mch. 3, 1840 — No. 15. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Mary Greentree, of Frederick county, widow of Benj. Greentree, a 
soldier of the rev. or order, the sum of $10.00 for one quarter pension due 
her late husband at the time of his death. 

Treas. Western Shore also directed to pay to the said Mary Greentree, 
during life, quarterly, from Jan. i, 1840, the half pay of a private, in 
consideration of the services of her late husband during the rev. war. 

Greentree, Benj. Passed Jan. 26, 1848 — No. 14. State Treas. pay to 
Elizabeth Beall, or order, any money due to Mary Greentree at time of her 
death. 

Griffin, Nathan. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 35. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Nathan Grififin, of Dorchester county, an old soldier, during 
life, quarterly, half pay of a private, as a compensation for his services in 
the late rev. war. 

Griffith, Maj. Philemon. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 57. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Philemon Griffith, an old rev. officer, half pay of a 
Major, for his services during the rev. war. 

Griffith, Capt. Samuel. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 64. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Samuel Grififith, an old rev. officer, during life, quarterly, half 
pay of a captain, for his services during the rev. war. 

Passed Feb. 10, 1834 — No. 18. Treas. Western Shore pay to Ruth 
Grififith, widow of Samuel Grififith, of Montgomery county, a rev. soldier, 
the amt. of pension due to her husband at time of his death. 



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* Griffith, Samuel. Capt. Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

Grove, David. Feb. 17, 1820 — No. 54. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay David Grove, of Washington county, half pay of a private 
for his rev. war service. 

Passed Mch. 6, 1832 — No. 54. Treas. Western Shore pay to Catharine 
Grove, widow of David Grove, a soldier of the rev. war, during widowhood, 
half yearly, half pay of a private for the services rendered by her husband 
during said war. 

Grove, W"". Passed Mch. i, 1850 — No. 48. Treas. pay to Mary Grove, 
widow of W"^. Grove, a rev. soldier, late of Allegany county, deceased, 
such sum of money, commencing Jan. i, 1850, during her life, as will equal 
the half pay of a private. 

Grover, W"'. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 30. Treas. pay to W". Grover, 
of Allegany county, late a private in the Md. Line, during the rev. war, 
during life, quarterly, half pay of a private. 

* Groves, W"'., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

Gudgeon, W"". Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 68. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay to W"". Gudgeon, of Kent county, an old rev. soldier — half 
pay of a private for his service during the rev. war. 

Gudgeon, W'". Feb. 17, 1824 — No. 21. Treas. Western Shore pay to 
W"". Gudgeon, of Kent county, half pay of a private, as further pay for 
services during rev. war — also present sum due him. 

Gudgeon, W"'. Passed Mch. 11, 1828 — No. 11. Treas. West Shore pay 
to representatives of W"". Gudgeon, deceased, a rev. soldier, such sum as 
may appear to have been due him at death. 

Passed Feb. 20, 1829 — No. 22. Treas. pay to Benj. Gudgeon, one of 
the heirs of W"". Gudgeon, late of Kent county, whatever sum may have 
been due to the said W". Gudgeon from the state of Md. at time of his 
decease, on account of his rev. services. 

Gudgington, William — see Davis, Samuel stricken from list. 

Gwyn, John. Passed Mch. 21, 1837 — No. 54. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Julia Gwyn, widow of John Gwyn, the half pay of a sergeant during 
her life, as a further remuneration for his services during the rev. 

Hafley, Stephen. Passed Feb. 18, 1830 — No. 31. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Stephen Hafiey, of Frederick county, during Hfe, quarterly, half 
pay of a private, for his services during the rev. war. 

Halkerstone, Robert and others. Passed Nov. session, 181 1 (Jan. 6, 
1812) — No. 36. Treas. Western Shore be, and is hereby requested to pay 
unto Robert Halkerstone (see res. Dec. 181 7), of Charles county, Edward 
Tillard of Montgomery county, John MCoy, John S[prigg] Belt, 
Gassaway Watkins, Cornelius H. Mills and John J. Jacob, and each and 
every one of them, or their order, the sum of $125.00, annually, during 



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their lives, in quarterly payments, out of any unappropriated monies in the 
treasury. 

Halkerson, Lieut. Robert. Passed Dec. session, 1817 — No. 20. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Robert Ha'kerson, of Charles county, an old rev. 
officer, quarterly, the half pay of a lieutenant for life, instead of the sum 
allowed him by a resolution passed Jan. 6th, 1812 [No. 36]. 

* Halker stone, Robert, Heutenant, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

Hall, Richard. Passed Feb. 2, 1832 — No. 17. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Richard Hall, of Anne Arundel county, a soldier of the rev. war, 
during life, half yearly, half pay of a private, for his servces during said war. 

Hall, Richard. Passed Jan. 5, 1841 — No. 3. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to Mrs. Ann Cadle, legal representative of Richd. Hall, deceased, a pen- 
sioner of State of Md., $17.60, amt. due said Hall at time of his death. 

Hamilton, Capt. John A. Feb. 25, 1824 — No. 34, p. 172. Treas. to pay 
to Margaret Hamilton, of Baltimore, the half pay of a Capt., as further 
remuneration for her husband, Capt. John A. Hamilton's services during 
the rev. war. 

Hammond, Elizabeth. Passed Mch. 5, 1844 — No. 33. Treas. pay to 
Elizabeth Hammond, of Frederick county, during her life, half pay of a 
private in consideration of services rendered by her husband during the 
rev. war. 

* Hammond, Peter, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

t Hammond, Peter, private, Md. Line, age 79, from Frederick county. 
Pensioned'' Apr. 3, 1819 at $96.00 per an. from Apr. 8, 1818. (Reed. 
$230.40. U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

* Han, David, fifer. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

t Han, David, fifer. Pa. Line, age 78, from Frederick county. Pensioned'' 
Feb. I, 1819, at $96.00 per an. from Jan. 29, 1819. (Reed. $538.66. U.S. 
Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

* Handell, John, private, N. Y. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

Handy, Capt. George. Passed Feb. 9, 1820 — No. 13. Treas. Western 
Shore is directed to pay to Elizabeth Handy, widow of George Handy late a 
captain in the rev. war, half pay of a captain. 

Passed Feb. 19, 1838 — No. 14. Treas. Western Shore pay to Anne G. 
Handy, executrix of Elizabeth Handy, late of Somerset county, $54.00, 
bal. of pension money due said EHz. Handy. 

Handy, Isaac. Passed Mch. 14, 1838 — No. 29. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Priscilla Woolford, of Somerset county, the former widow of Isaac 
Handy, half pay of a private during her life, as a further remuneration for 
his services during the rev. war. 

Handy, Levin, Gentleman. Com'd. Ensign of Capt. Henry Gale's 
Company in the Salisbury Batt'n. of Militia in Somerset Co. Given at 



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Annapolis, Jan. 7, 1777. Thos. Johnson. Resigned May 12, 1778. To 
Col. Day Scott. (X, No. 93). Endorsement: Williams, Thomas 
(Sept. 22, 1777) says "Capt. Cole's Company" — Levin Handy, Ensign. 

Handy, Capt. Levin. Passed Feb. 9, 1822 — No. 19, p. 176. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Nancy Handy, widow of Levin Handy late a 
Captain in the rev. war, during life, quarterly, half pay of a captain. 

Handy, Thomas. Ensign in Princess Anne Battn. of Militia in Somerset 
Co. after Jan. 7, 1778 — see Williams, Thomas. 

Haney, W"". Passed Apr. i, 1839 — No. 61. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to Susanna Haney, of city of Baltimore, widow of W°. Haney, a soldier of 
the Rev. war, or to her order, half pay of a private of the Rev. during her 
life, quarterly, commencing Jan. i, 1839, in consideration of the services of 
her said husband. 

Hanson, Lieut. Isaac. Passed Nov. 1785, Vol. 11, Chap. XVI. Gen. 
Assembly granted half pay of a lieut. for disability acquired in the service, 
to Isaac Hanson, a lieut. in the Md. line in the Continental army. 

Hanspan, John Codlep. Passed Dec. session, 1817 — No. 23. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to John Codlep Hanspan, of Anne- Arundel county, an 
old soldier, quarterly, the half pay of a private [Rev. ser\aces]. 

* Hanspan, Cutlip, private Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

Harman, Lazarus. Passed Apr. Session 1792 — No. i. Governor grant 
to Lazarus Harman half the monthly pay he received in the continental 
service, by orders on Treas. Western Shore, chargeable to the U. S. 

* Harman, Lazarus, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

* Harper, Samuel A., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

Harper, Samuel. Passed Feb. 28, 1832 — No. 47. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Elizabeth Harper, widow of Samuel Harper, a soldier of the rev. 
war, during widowhood, half yearly, half pay of a private, for services 
rendered by her said husband. 

Harper, W"". Passed Nov. session, 181 2 — No. 54. Treas. Western 
Shore pay unto W"". Harper, late a private in the rev. war, — half pay of a 
private, as a further remuneration to him for those services by which his 
country has been so essentially benefitted. 

Harper, W"'. Passed Feb. 18, 1846 — No. 21. Treas. of State pay 
Bethula Harper, of Dorchester county, widow of the late W". Harper, who 
was a private in the Rev., during life, quarterly, half pay of a private, in 
consideration of the services of her husband. 

t Harris, Saml., matross. Rev. army, of Montgomery county. Pen- 
sioned at $40.00 per an. from Oct. 26, 1810 (reed. $219.99)— at $64.00 from 
Apr. 24, 1816 (reed. $631.27). Died Sept. 19, 1826. (U. S. Pens. Rolls, 
1835, p. 16). 

Harris, Solomon. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 42. 



352 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Treas. Western Shore pay to Solomon Harris, of Dorchester county, 
quarterly, during life, half pay of a private, — in further remuneration &c. 
Harrison, Kinsey. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 12. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Kinsey Harrison, of Anne- Arundel county, late a private in 
the rev. war, quarterly, half pay of a private during his life, as a further 
remuneration for his services. 

* Harrison, Kinsey, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 
Harrison, Robert H. Passed Mch. 11, 1840 — No. 28. Treas. Western 

Shore pay to Sarah Easton and Dorothy Storer, the legal representatives of 
Robert H. Harrison, or their order, a sum equal to three years half pay as 
Aid-de-Camp to the Commander-in-Chief, as a compensation for the 
services of the said Robert H. Harrison, in the war of the revolution, and 
that sum shall be in full of all claims the representatives of said Robert H. 
Harrison has against the said State for bounty lands. 

* Hart, Nicholas, private, R. L Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 
Hartshorn, John, Lieut. Passed Feb. 13, 1836 — No. 17. Treas. 

Western Shore pay to Nancy Williams, widow of John Hartshorn, who 
was a lieut. in the rev., during widowhood, half pay of a lieut., for the 
services of her late husband. 

Harvy, Zadok. Passed Jan. 6, 1812 — No. 37. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Zadok Harvy, of Dorchester county, an old rev. soldier, the half pay 
of a private during the remainder of his life, as a remuneration for his 
meritorious services. 

* Harvey, Zadock, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 
Hawkins, Thomas — see Nov. session 1804 — No. i, of Frederick co. 
Hawman, Elizabeth. Passed Mch. i, 1850 — No. 48. Treas. pay to 

Philip & Frederick Hawman, legal heirs and representatives of Elizabeth 
Hawman, deceased, or order, $10.00, bal. of pension due her at her death. 
Hays, John. Passed Mch. 9, 1836 — No. 52. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to John Hays, a soldier of the rev., half pay of a private during life, in 
consideration of his rev. services. 

* Hayes, John Hawkins, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

Hays, John H. Passed Feb. 3, 1828 — No. 9. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to John H. Hays, of St. Mary's county, during life, half yearly, half 
pay of a private, further remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

Passed Jan. 18, 1839 — No. 6. Treas. Western Shore pay to Joseph F. 
Shaw, for use of Teresa Hays, widow of John H. Hays, a soldier of the rev., 
bal. of pension due at his death, Sept. 29, 1838. 

Passed Mch. 8, 1850 — No. 75. Treas. of State pay to Theresa Hays of 
Saint Mary's county, widow of John H. Hays, a private in the war of the 
Amer. Rev., half pay of a private for the remainder of her life, commencing 
Jan. I, 1850. 



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Hayward, Thomas, Esq. Com'd. Col. of Princess Anne Battalion in 
Somerset Co. Given at Annapolis, Aug. 30, 1777. Th. Johnson. To 
Thomas Simm Lee. (X, No. 95). Resigned Jan. 19, 1781. 

Haywood, Thomas. Passed Mch. 10, 1832 — No. 78. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Thos. Haywood, of Saint Mary's county, a soldier of the rev. 
war, during life, yearly, half pay of a private, for his services during the 
said war. 

Hazelip, Richard. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 33. Treas. is directed to pay to 
Richd. Hazelip, of Washington county, half pay of a private — his services 
during rev. war. 

Head, John — Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 58. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to John Head, an old rev. soldier, the half pay of a private for his services 
in the rev. war. 

* Head, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

Heaton, James. Passed Mch. 9, 1827 — No. 41. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Elizabeth Heaton, of Berks county. Pa. during life, half yearly, half 
pay of a private, for her husband, James Heaton's services during the rev. 
war. 

* Helmer, John W'^., private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 
Hempston, W"'. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 66. Treas. Western Shore 

pay to W". Hempston, of Montgomery county, an old rev. soldier, the 
half pay of a private soldier. 

Hempston, W"'. Passed Mch. 7, 1834 — No. 51. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Nathan T. Hempston, of Montgomery county, whatever sum of 
money may appear due his father, W"". Hempston, deceased, upon the 
pension list [rev. war, according to Index], at time of his death. 

\ Herron, James, private Rev. army, of Baltimore county; pensioned 
from Aug. 8, 18 14 at $96.00 per annum (received $343.00) — died Sept. 4, 
1818. (U. S. Pension Roll, 1835, p. 7). 

* Hewett, Robert, private. Conn. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

Hewitt, Joseph. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 55. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Joseph Hewitt, the half pay of a private, quarterly during life, 
[Rev. services]. 

Hill, John. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 39. Treas. 
Western Shore pay annually to John Hill, during life, in quarterly payts., a 
sum of money equal to the half pay of a private. [Indexed and carried 
under. Rev. pensioners — G. M. B.] 

* Hill, John, private, Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

Hill, John. Passed Mch. 5, 1828 — No. 25. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to George Hill, of Anne Arundel county, lawful heir & representative of 
John Hill, a rev. soldier (who died Feb. 5, last) whatever sum was due him 
at decease, from Md., on account of his rev. services. 
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354 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Hill, Richard. Passed Feb. lo, 1832 — No. 31. Reg. of land office issue 
to Lydia Brown and Ann Hill, of Saint Mary's county, legal representatives 
of Richard Hill, a soldier of rev. war, a common warrant for 50 acres 
vacant land in Allegany county and a patent upon survey, without 
compensation money. 

Hillman, W"". Passed Nov. session, 181 2 — No. 60. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to W"". Hillman — half pay of a soldier, as a remuneration to the 
said W". Hillman for services rendered his country in the rev. war, & as a 
relief from the indigence and misery which attend his old age. 

* Hilman, W'"., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

Hillman, W"". Passed Mch. i, 1833 — No. 42. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Sally Hillman, of Somerset county, widow of W"". Hillman, during 
life, quarterly, half pay of a private, for services rendered by her husband 
during the rev. war. 

Hilman, W'". Passed Feb. 5, 1846 — No. 13. Treas. pay to Constant 
D. Stanford for use of Nancy Stanford, Elizabeth Smith & Biddy Hilman, 
children & heirs at law of Sally Hilman, deceased, at time of her death, on 
account of a pension of $40.00 per annum granted to her, as the widow of 
W". Hilman, a soldier of the rev., in the Md. Line. 

\ Hinnis, Samuel, private. Rev. army". Pensioned Act of June 7, 1785 
at $20.00 per an. from Mch. 4, 1789; reed. $450.00. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 21). 

\ Hirley, W'"., private. Rev. army*. Pensioned, Act June 7, 1785, at 
$40.00 per an. from Mch. 4, 1789; reed. $660.00. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, 
p. 21). 

Hofley, Stephen. Passed Feb. 9, 1839 — No. 13. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to John B. Boyle, as per order of Mary Magdalene Hofley, widow of 
Stephen Hofley, a rev. pensioner, $31.22 for 9 months & 11 days pension, 
due said Stephen Hofley at time of his death. 

Passed Feb. 15, 1839 — No. 15. Treas. Western Shore pay to Mary 
Magdalene Hofley, widow of Stephen Hofley, a rev. soldier, or her order, 
half pay of a soldier of the rev. during her life, commencing Jan. i, 1839. 

Hollatid, Edward. Passed Jan. 22, 1836 — No. 25. Treas, Western 
Shore pay to Mary Holland, quarterly during life, half pay of a drummer, 
for the services of her husband, Edward Holland, during the rev. war. 

Holland, Jacob. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 81. Treas. Western Shore 
directed to pay to Jacob Holland, late a revolutionary, now a com- 
missioned officer, or to his order, annually, in quarterly payments during 
life, a sum of money equal to the half pay of a corporal of dragoons. 

Holland, James. Passed Feb. 19, 18 19 — No. 69. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to James Holland, late a private in the rev. war half pay of a private. 

Holland, John. Passed Mch. 13, 1837 — No. 38. Treas. Western Shore 



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pay to John Holland, half pay of a private during his life, as a further 
remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

* Holland, John T., private, Pulaski's Legion (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 
Holland, Joseph. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 69. Treas. Western 

Shore pay to Joseph Holland, late a rev. soldier, quarterly, during life, a 
sum of money equal to the half pay of a private. 

* Hollafid, Joseph, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

t Holland, Joseph, private, Md. Line, age 76, from Frederick county*". 
Pensioned Oct. 8, 1818, at $96.00 from Apr. I, 1818. (Reed. $1,529.06. 
U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

Hollydyoak, John. Passed Mch. 9, 1827 — No. 43. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Ann Hollydyoak, of Annapolis, during Hfe, half yearly, half 
pay of a private, for her husband, John Hollydyoak's services during the 
rev. war. 

Hood, Edward. Passed Feb. 23, 1822 — No. 58, p. 180. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Edward Hood, of Anne Arundel county, half pay of a 
private, for his services during the rev. war. 

* Hood, Edward, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

Hood, James. Passed Dec. session, 1817 (Feb. 6, 1818) — No. 33. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to James Hood, of Anne- Arundel county, 
quarterly, during his life, the half pay of asst. commissary, for his services 
during the rev. war. 

Hood, James, Lieut. Passed Mch. 28, 1832 — No. 90. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Kitty Hood, widow of James Hood, a soldier of the rev. war, 
during widowhood, half yearly, half pay of a lieut. for the services rendered 
by her husband during said war. 

Passed Feb. 5, 1847 — No. 10. Treas pay to Isaiah Hood, bal. of any 
pension due on books of the treasury to Kitty Hood, at time of her death. 

Hook, Joseph. Passed Dec. session 181 5 — No. 9. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Joseph Hook, late a corporal in the rev. war, — a sum of 
money equal to half pay of a corporal. 

* Hook, Joseph, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

t Hook, Joseph, private, Md. Line, age 76, from Frederick county*". 
Pensioned Sept. 22, 1818 at $96.00 per an., from Apr. 15, 1818. Dropped 
from roll, Act May I, 1820. (Reed. $181.33. U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 
36). 

Hooper, Abraham. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 31. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Abraham Hooper, of Harford county, an old rev. soldier, 
quarterly, half pay of a private soldier, as a remuneration for those 
services rendered his country during her struggle for independence. 

* Hooper, Abraham, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

Hoops, Adam, Capt. Passed Feb. 13, 1833 — No. 35. Treas. Western 



356 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Shore pay to Adam Hoops, of Waterleit, Albany county, N. Y., during 
life, quarterly, half pay of a captain, for services rendered by him during 
the rev. war. 

Hopkins, Capt. David. Passed Nov. session 1805 — No. 8. David 
Hopkins, a captain of horse during the late rev. war, whose merits as an 
officer stand honourably established by letters from the late General 
Washington and his aids, and by letters from Generals Heath and Maylan, 
and whose infirmities, occasioned by military fatigues and hardships, 
render him unable to earn a scanty subsistence for a wife and five children, 
— is entitled to receive half pay as a capt. of horse in the Md. Line, during 
life. Treas. Western Shore is directed to pay the same to said David 
Hopkins, or order, in quarterly payts. 

* Hopkins, David, major, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 544). 

Horner, Dr. Gustavus. Passed Mch. 4, 1834 — No. 35. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Frances Horner, widow of Dr. Gustavus Horner, during her 
life, quarterly, half pay of a Surgeon's mate, for the services rendered 
by her husband during the rev. war. 

Homey, W'". Passed Nov. session 1810 — No. 11. Treas. pay annually 
to W"". Homey, of Talbot county, an old rev. soldier, a sum of money, 
quarterly payts., equal to half pay of a soldier during the war aforesaid, as 
a further remuneration to said W"". Horney for the services rendered his 
country, and as a relief from the indigence and misery which attend his 
decrepitude and old age. 

* Hoshal, Jesse, private, R. L Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

Hoskins, Randall. Passed Mch. 7, 1829 — No. 41. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Randall Hoskins, alias Randolph Hoskins, of Washington 
county, state of Kentucky, during life, half yearly, half pay of a private, 
for his services during the rev. war. 

* House, Michael, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

House, Michael. Passed Feb. 23, 1822 — No. 56, p. 180. Treas. 
Western Shore directed to pay Michael House half pay of a private for his 
rev. war services. 

Passed Mch. 12, 1827 — No. 75. Treas. Western Shore directed to pay 
Christiana House, of Washington county, during life, half yearly, half pay 
of a private, for her husband, Michael House's services during rev. 
war. 

Houston, Isaac, Esq. Com'd. Capt. of a Company of Militia in 
Wicomoco Batt'n. of Worcester Co. Given at Annapolis, Aug. 13, 1777. 
Th. Johnson. (X, No. 100). Resigned May 8, 1778. 

Howard, Benj. Passed Feb. 17, 1832 — No. 37. Reg. land office issue 
to heirs of Benj. Howard, a soldier of the rev. war, warrant and later 
patent for 50 acres vacant land in Allegany county. 



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Howard, Col. John Eager. Passed Mch. 15, 1828 — No. 83. Preamble 
recites death "the past year" Colonel John Eager Howard, a native of Md., 
"one of the most distinguished officers of the war of the revolution," 
formerly chief magistrate of this state, afterwards our senator in Congress, 
&c. — whose courage and conduct raised the Md. Line to that high character 
which our troops acquired and maintained during the struggle for our 
national independence. 

Portrait provided for House of Delegates. 

] Howard, John, private. Rev. armys Pensioned Act June 7, 1785, 
from J\Ich. 4, 1789, at $40.00 per an.; reed. $20.00. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 21). 

Howard, John. Passed Mch. 6, 1839 — No. 52. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to John Howard, of Mason county, Ky. a soldier of the rev., in the 
Md. Line, or order, quarterly, the half pay of a private of the rev. 

t Huggins, Samuel, private, Rev. army, of Cecil county. Pensioned 
Dec. 4, 1815, under Act of June 7, 1785, at $40.00 per an. dating from Mch. 
4, 1789 (reed. $1,085.64). Pensioned at $64.00 per an. from Apr. 24, 1816 
(reed. $119.27), and Died Aug. 24, 1818. (U. S. Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 11). 

* Hurdle, Laurence, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

* Hurdle, Robert, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

* Hurst, Saynuel, private, Md. Line — not in reduced circumstances; 
stricken from the roll, (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

Hutson, John. Passed Dec. session, 1817 — No. 12. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to John Hutson, of Caroline county, late a soldier in the rev. 
war, quarterly, during life, the half pay of a private, as an additional 
compensation to him for those services by which his country has been so 
essentially benefitted. 

Hudson, John. Passed Mch. 14, 1828 — No. 54. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Elizabeth Hudson, of Caroline county, during life, half yearly, half 
pay of a private, as further remuneration for her husband John Hudson's 
services during the rev. war. 

Hurdle, Lawrence. Passed Dec. session 181 6 — No. 22. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Lawrence Hurdle, quarterly, the half pay of a sergeant, as a 
further remuneration for those services by which his country has been so 
essentially benefitted. 

Hurst, Samuel. Passed Dec. session, 181 7 — No. 15. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Samuel Hurst, of Dorchester county, an old soldier, quarterly, 
a sum of money equal to the half pay of a private, as a further remuneration 
to him for those serv'ices by which his country has been so essentially 
benefitted. 

Hymon, John, Sr. Gentleman. Com'd. Ensign of the Company in 
Caroline Co. belonging to the 28"' Batt'n. in this Province. Given in 



358 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Convention at Annapolis, Jan. 3, 1776. Pr. order Mat. Tilghman, Pres. 
(X, No. 102). 

Imeson, John. Passed Nov. session 1803 — No. 6. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to John Imeson, a soldier in the rev. war, I5£ in current money, 
annually, during remainder of his life, in quarterly payts. 

* Imeson, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

Ireland, George. Passed Mch. 14, 1828 — No. 53. Treas. Western Shore 
pay Mary Ireland, of Calvert county, during life, half yearly, half pay of a 
lieut., as further remuneration for her husband George Ireland's services 
during the rev. war. 

Ireland, George. Passed Mch. 12, 1829 — No. 55. Reg. of land office is 
directed to issue to legal representatives of George Ireland, a rev. officer of 
the Md. Line, a common warrant for 200 acres vacant land westward of 
Fort Cumberland, in Allegany county, and a patent for said acres of land 
without payt. of any composition money. Res. No. 41, Feb. 13, 1832 
repeals requirement for location westward of Fort Cumberland. 

Ireland, Geo. Passed Mch. 13, 1839 — No. 31. Whereas, by act of 1788, 
Chap. 44, George Ireland, an officer in the rev. war, or his legal repre- 
sentatives, are entitled to 200 acres of land in Allegany county; and, 
whereas, a warrant for said land was issued, under a resolution of the 
General Assembly, and the surs'eyor of Allegany county returned that 
there was no vacant land; — Therefore Resolved by the Gen. Assembly of 
Md., That the Treas. of Western Shore &c. — pay to legal representatives 
of George Ireland, or their order, $250.00. 

Irving, Thos. Ensign in 17"" Battn. Militia — see Schoolfield, W". 

t Isaacs, James, private. Rev. army^. Pensioned, Act of June 7, 1785, 
from Mch. 4, 1789 at $40.00 per an.; reed. $600.00. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 21). 

Issabell, Elizabeth. Passed Feb. 20, 1822 — No. 36, p. 178. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Elizabeth Issabell, of Annapolis, half pay of a 
sergeant, for services rendered by her husband during the rev. war. 

Jackson, Ann. Passed Feb. 23, 1822 — No. 57, p. 180. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Ann Jackson, of Annapolis, half pay of a private, for her 
husband's services during the rev. war. 

Jacobs, John J. Passed Nov. session 181 1 — No. 36 — see Halkerstone, 
Robert. 

Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 40. Treas. Western Shore pay to 
John J. Jacobs, an officer of the Md. Line in the rev. war, such a sum of 
money in addition to what he now receives under a resolution passed Nov. 
session 181 1, as will make his pension amount to a sum equal to the half 
pay of a first lieut., during life, quarterly payts. 

Jacob, John J. Passed Feb. 17, 1830 — No. 27. Reg. land office 



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required to issue warrant in name of John J. Jacob (late an officer in the 
rev. war) for 200 acres of vacant land in Allegany county, westward of 
Fort Cumberland. 

Jacob, John I. Passed Jan. 24, 1832 — No. 7. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to John I. Jacob "a revolutionary soldier," $22.12, being amt. of 
composition money paid by him into the treasury upon certain lands in 
Allegany county, which were represented to be liable to escheat, but were 
afterwards found to have been escheated and patented to Edward 
Norwood. 

Jacob, John I. Passed Feb. 17, 1832 — No. 40. Repeal of portion 
requiring that land to "John J. Jacob," a rev. soldier, passed at Dec. 
session 1830, number 27 [evidently 7], "be located to westward of Fort 
Cumberland." 

Jacobs, W"". Passed Mch. 2, 1827 — No. 21. Treas. directed to pay to 
W". Jacobs, of Hampshire county, Va. during life, half yearly, a sum of 
money equal to the full pay of a private, as a further remuneration for his 
services during the rev. war. 

Jacobs, William. [Warofi8i2]. (No. 10, p. 175) passed Jan. 8, 1822, 
"pass the account of William Jacobs, of Queen Ann's county, for the use of 
his granary as a place of deposit for public arms, &c. 

Jaquet, John D. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 36. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to John D. Jaquet, a sergeant in the rev. war, quarterly, the 
half pay of a sergeant for life, as a further remuneration for those services 
by which his country has been so essentially benefitted. 

Jeffries, Jacob. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 52. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Jacob Jeffries, of Queen- Anne's county, late a private in the 
rev. war, quarterly, during life, the half pay of a private, as a further 
remuneration to him for those services by which his country has been 
essentially benefitted. 

Jenkins, Philip. Passed Feb. 13, 1837 — No. 20. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Sarah Jenkins, widow of Philip Jenkins, half pay of a private 
during her life, as a further remuneration for his services during the 
rev. 

Jenkins, Thomas. Passed Jan. 19, 1830 — No. 6. Treas. of Western 
Shore pay to Thomas Jenkins, of Dist. of Columbia, a rev. soldier, during 
life, half yearly half pay of a private, as further remuneration for his 
services during the rev. war. 

t John, Thomas, private, Md. Line, age 84, from Frederick county. 
Pensioned'' Aug. 8, 1821, at $96.00 from July 16, 1821. (Reed. $108.80. 
U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

Johnson, Archibald. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 46. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Archibald Johnson, of Charles county, a 



36o MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

sergeant in the rev. war, — half pay of a sergeant, as a further remuneration 
for his services in the rev. war. 

* Johnson, Archibald, sergeant, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

t Johnson, Benedict, private, Rev. army". Pensioned, Act of June 7, 
1785, from Mch. 4, 1789, at $40.00 per an.; reed. $680.00. (U. S. Pens. 
Roll, 1835, p. 21). 

Johnson, Nicholas. Passed Mch. 4, 1835 — No. 48. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Rebecca Johnson, of Queen Anne's county, widow of Nicholas 
Johnson, a soldier of the rev., half pay of a private, quarterly, during her 
life. 

* Johnston, Nicholas, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 
Johnson, W'". Formerly commanded a Co. of Militia in Lower Battn., 

Montgomery County, Aug. 4, 1780 — see Willcoxen, Jesse. 

Johnston, W". Passed Mch. 2, 1827 — No. 22. Treas. to pay to W™. 
Johnston, of Harford county, during life, half yearly, the half pay of a 
private for his services during the rev. war. 

t Jonas, John, private in Rev. army, residing in Alleghany county, 
placed on pension roll Feb. 24, 1821 at $60.00 per year (received $1,230.00) 
commencing Sept. 4, 1794, under Act. of June 7, 1785. 

Jones, Aaron. Passed Dec. session 181 5 — No. 14. Treas. Western 
Shore pay unto Aaron Jones, of Dorchester county, late a private in the 
rev. war — half pay of a private, as a further remuneration to him for those 
services by which his country has been so essentially benefitted. 

* Jones, Aaron, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

* Jones, Alexander, private, Va. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

Jones, Cotter. Passed Mch. 12, 1827 — No. 58. Treas. pay to Cotter 
Jones, of Somerset county, during life, half annually, half pay of a private, 
for his services during the rev. war. 

Jones, Joseph. Ensign of a Militia Co. in Prince George's Co., 25th 
Battn. Jan. 3, 1776 — see Wootters, Richd. 

Jones, Nancy. Passed Mch. 4, 1834 — No. 40. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Nancy Jones, of Worcester county, during life, quarterly, half pay 
of a Private, in consideration of the services rendered by her husband 
during the rev. war. 

Jones, Neale. Passed Nov. session, 1812 — No. 58. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Neale Jones, late a private in the rev. war, — half pay of a 
private, as a further remuneration to him for those services by which his 
country has been so essentially benefitted. 

Jones, Samuel, Capt. Passed Mch. 1828 — No. 43. Reg. land office 
issue to Lillias M. Jones, of Charles county, dau. of Capt. Samuel Jones, 
officer of Md. Line during rev. war, a common warrant for 200 acres 
vacant land to westward of Fort Cumberland, in Allegany county, and 
patent without payt. of composition money therefor. 



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Jones, Thomas, ist. Lieut, in 17*'' Battn. Militia — see Schoolfield, W". 

* Jones, Thomas, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 545). 

Jones, Thomas. Passed Mch. 11, 1834 — No. 63. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Thomas Jones, of Anne Arundel county, during life, quarterly, half 
pay of private, for services rendered by him during the rev. war. 

Jones, W'^. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 22. Treas. pay to W™. Jones, 
formerly of Prince George's county, now residing in the state of Va., 
quarterly, for life, half pay of a private, for his services during rev. war. 

Jones, W"'. Passed Mch. 3, 1833 — No. 51. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to W"". Jones, of Caroline county, during life, quarterly, half pay of a 
private, in consideration of services rendered by said Jones, during the rev. 
war. 

Jordan, Capt. John. Passed Jan. 27, 1836 — No. 26. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Sarah Easton, who was the widow of Capt. John Jordan, 
quarterly, during life, half pay of a Captain, for the services rendered by 
her husband during the rev. war. 

* Jordan, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 
Kahoe, see Cahoe. 

t Kean, Edward, soldier, Rev. army, of Harford county. Pensioned 
Dec. 18, 1 819 at $60.00 per an. from Jan. i, 1803 (reed. $799.08) — at 
$96.00 per an. from Apr. 24, 1816 (reed. $1,570.86). Died Dec. 10, 1832. 
(U. S. Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 15). 

t Kearnes, Robert, sergeant, Rev. army". Pensioned, Act of June 7, 
1785, from Mch. 4, 1789, at $60.00 per an.; reed. $30.00. (U. S. Pens. 
Roll, 1835, p. 21). 

] Kelley, Hugh, private, Rev. army". Pensioned, Act June 7, 1785, at 
$40.00 per an. from Mch. 4, 1789; reed. $60.00. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, 
p. 21). 

Kelly, Capt. W"". Passed Feb. 15, 1839 — No. 14. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Martha Kelly, of Carroll county, widow of Capt. W"". Kelly, a 
rev. soldier, half pay of a capt. of the Rev., during her life, commencing 
Jam I, 1839. 

Kennedy, Commodore Edmond P. Passed Mch. 13, 1835. Gov. 
directed to procure and present a sword to Commodore Edmond P. 
Kennedy, U. S. Navy, in appreciation of his distinguished and gallant 
services in the action with the Tripolitan gun boats off Tripoli, in Aug. 
1804. 

Kent, Isaac. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 28. Treas. pay Isaac Kent, of 
state of Ohio, an old soldier of the rev. war, and of the Md. Line, annually 
for life, quarterly payts, half pay of a private, for rev. war services. 

t Keough, W"'., private. Rev. army". Pensioned, Act of Mch. 3, 1809, 
at $60.00 per an.; reed. $187.00. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 21). 



362 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Kershner, Michael. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 40. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Michael Kershner, of Allegany county, a private in 
the rev. war, quarterly, the half pay of a private, as a further remuneration 
to him for those services by which his country has been so essentially 
benefitted. 

* Kerchner, Michael, private, German Reg't. (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

Kershner, Mary Ann. Passed Mch. 2, 1827 — No. 35. Treas. pay to 
Mary Ann Kershner, of Allegany county, during life, half yearly, half pay 
of a private, for her late husband's services during the rev. war. 

Passed Mch. 6, 1832 — No. 63. Treas. Western Shore pay to Jacob 
Lantz, for the use of Mrs. Mary C. Shryer, of Allegany county, next and 
near friend of Mrs. Mary A. Kershner, deceased, late a pensioner of the 
state, $14.55, balance due up to her decease. 

Keys, W"". Captain of a Co. of Militia, 1777 — see Schoolfield, Benj. 

Kilty, John. Captain — Jan. 4, 1822. (No. 8, p. 174). Treas. Western 
Shore directed to pay Catharine Kilty half pay of her late husband " for 
those meritorious services rendered by her late husband, John Kilty, 
during the rev. war." 

Kimson, John M. "ist. Lieut. Pa." Apr. 1778 — see Steel, James. 

Kindle, W"'. Passed Dec. session, 1817 — No. 13. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to W^". Kindle, of Washington county, a private in the rev. war, 
quarterly, the half pay of a private, as a further remuneration to him for 
those services by which his country has been so essentially benefitted. 

King, George. Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 67. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay to George King, late a rev. soldier, half pay of a private 
during life. 

King, Henry. Passed Dec. session, 1817 (Feb. 13, 1818) — No. 50. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Henry King, in quarterly payts., a sum of 
money equal to the half pay of a commissary [Rev. services]. 

King, Levin. Passed Mch. 6, 1832 — No. 74. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to Margaret King, widow of Levin King, late of Somerset county, during 
widowhood, half pay of an ensign for the services rendered by her husband 
during the rev. war. 

Passed Apr. 5, 1841 — No. 7. Treas. Western Shore pay to legal 
representatives of Mrs. Margaret King, late of Somerset county, deceased, 
who was a rev. pensioner of Md., amt. of pension due her at her death, 
Sept. 12, 1839. 

King, Levin. Passed Mch. i, 1842. Resolution No. 7, Apr. 5, 1841 
repealed. Treas. Western Shore pay to administrators of said Margaret 
King, deceased, amt. of pension due the said deceased at time of her death. 

King, Thos. Passed June session, 1809 — No. 3. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Thos. King, immediately $50.00, and a sum equal to the half pay of 



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a sergeant during his life, quarterly, payments to commence this day. 
"Thomas King, belonging to the artillery company of the city of Annapolis, 
and who has been a soldier in the rev. war, and who was wounded therein, 
in discharging his duty on this loth day of June, has been so unfortunate as 
to lose his right hand, by the firing of a cannon, which entitles him to the 
pecuHar care of this state" — "ha\ang a family dependent on him for 
support." 

King, Thos. Passed Nov. session 181 1 — No. 2. Half pay of a sergeant 
granted by legislature to Thos. King, in June session 1809, for support of 
his family, be henceforth paid by the treasurer, in quarterly payments, to 
his wife Mary King. 

* King, Thos., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

t Kirkpatrick, John, private, Rev. army*. Pensioned, Act of June 7, 
1785, at $48.00 per an.; reed. $408.00. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 
21). 

* Kishy, Richard, private. Flying Camp — not continental ; stricken from 
roll. (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

Kline, John. Passed Mch. 12, 1834 — No. 65. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Mary M. Kline (widow of John Kline) of Frederick county, during 
life, quarterly, half pay of a private, for the service rendered by her 
husband during the rev. war. 

Knight, Jacob. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 38. Treas. pay to Jacob 
Knight, of Ohio, late a soldier in the rev. war, quarterly, during life half 
pay of a private for those services by which his country has been so 
essentially benefitted. 

Koine, Dominic. Passed Nov. session, 1803 — No. 2. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Dominic Koine, of Harford county, an old infirm soldier, or 
to his order, $40.00 annually, during his life, in quarterly payts. 

* Kraft, W'^., private, German Reg't. (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

Lafayette, General. Invited by Res. No. 2, Dec. 13, 1824, p. 156. — "are 
deeply impressed with a grateful remembrance of his voluntary and 
valuable services, during the rev. war" — visit seat of govt. 

Lambert, Christopher. Passed Mch. 21, 1838 — No. 47. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Christopher Lambert, of Baltimore city, the half pay of a 
private during his life, as a further remuneration for his services during the 
rev. war. 

* Lambert, Christopher, 2d., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

t Lambert, Christopher, private in Rev. army, of Baltimore county. 
Pensioned at $40.00 per annum from Mch. 4, 1789, under Act of June 7, 
1785 (received $1,085.53). 

Pensioned at $64.00 per annum from Apr. 24, 1816, under Act of same 
date (reed. $119.11). (U. S. Pension Roll, 1835, p. 8). 



364 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Langford, Elijah. Passed Nov. session 181 2 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 47. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Elijah Langford, of Somerset county, a rev. 
soldier, quarterly, during rem. of life, half pay of a private, as a remuner- 
ation for his meritorious services. 

* Laiikford, Elijah, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

Lansdale, Maj. Thos. Passed Mch. 8, 1850 — No. 73. Treas. of Md. 
pay to Cornelia Lansdale, widow of Thos. Lansdale, a Maj. in the 4"' Md. 
Reg., in the war of the Rev., half pay of a Major, for bal. of her life, 
commencing Jan. i, 1850. 

Lashley, George. Passed Mch. 12, 1827 — No. 64. Treas. pay to 
George Lashley, of Cecil county, during life, half yearly, half pay of a 
private, for his services during rev. war. 

Lashly, Geo. Passed May 27, 1836 — No. 107. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Granville S. Townsend $20.44, for benefit of Mary Sproul and 
Nancy Lashly, heirs and legal representatives of Geo. Lashly, a rev. 
pensioner, deceased, which bal. was due said Lashly at his death. 

Laiirentz, Vandel. Passed Mch. 24, 1838 — No. 36. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Ann Laurentz, of Baltimore city, widow of Vandel Laurentz, 
a soldier of the rev., half pay of a private during her life, as a further 
remuneration for the services of her said husband. 

* Lavely, Jacob, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

t Laverty, Jacob, private, Md. Line, age 74, from Frederick county. 
Died Nov. 11, 1830. Pensioned*" Jan. 4, 1819 at $96.00 per an. from June 
9, 1818. (Rec'd. $1,192.80. U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

Law, W"'. Passed Dec. session, 181 6 — No. 13. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to W". Law, late a priv^ate in the rev. war, quarterly, the half pay of a 
private, as a further remuneration by which his country has been so 
essentially benefitted. 

* Lawrentz, Wendell, private, German Reg't. (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 
Layman, Lieut. W'". Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 34. Treas. 

Western Shore pay to W". Layman, during life, quarterly, a sum of 
money equal to the half pay of a lieut., as a further remuneration to him 
for military services. 

* Layman, W""., ensign, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

Layman, W"'. Passed Mch. i, 1842 — No. 26. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Francis Valdenar, executor of W". Layman, late of Montgomery 
county, deceased, who was a rev. pensioner of the State of Md., amt. of 
pension due him at death Feb. 12, 1842. 

* Lazier, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

Leake, Henry. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 32. Treas. is directed to pay to 
James Brown, of Montgomery county, the sum of ten dollars, which 
appears to be the bal. due Henry Leake, late of Montgomery county, 
deceased, who was a pensioner of this state. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 365 

Leather, John. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 27. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to John Leather, of Frederick county, an old rev. soldier, 
quarterly, a sum of money equal to the half pay of a sergeant (or to his 
order during his life) as a further compensation for those services he 
rendered his country during the rev. war. 

* Lecke, Nicholas, sergeant marines, Frigate Virginia (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 
Lee, Dudley — Passed Nov. session, 181 1 — No. 24. Treas. Western 

Shore pay to Dudley Lee — half payment of a soldier, as a remuneration 
for services rendered his country in the rev. war, and as a relief from the 
indigence and misery' which attend his old age. 

Lee, Dudley. Passed Mch. 21, 1838 — No. 44. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Margaret Lee, widow of Dudley Lee, half pay of a private during 
her life, as a further remuneration for his ser\'ices during the rev. war. 

Lee, Lieut. Parker. Passed Mch. 5, 1850 — No. 62. State Treas. pay to 
Mary Lee, widow of Parker Lee, a Lieut, in the 4"" Md. Reg., in the war of 
the Amer. Rev., the half pay of a Lieut, for remainder of her life, said 
pension commencing Jan. i, 1850. 

Leeke, Henry. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 39. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Henry Leeke, of Montgomery county, an old rev. soldier, 
quarterly, during his life, the half pay of a sergeant, as a compensation to 
him for his services during the rev. war. 

* Leeke, Henry, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

* Lefevour, or Lefever, W""., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

* Lenox, James, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

Leonard, James. Passed Dec. session, 1817 — No. 18. Treas \\"estern 
Shore pay to James Leonard, of Cecil county, an old soldier, quarterly, the 
half pay of a private, as a further remuneration for his services during the 
rev. war. 

Leonard, James. Mch. 9, 1826 — No. 98, p. 259. Reg. of land office 
issue to James Leonard, a warrant for 50 a. of land, belonging to this state, 
in Allegany county, unpatented, "as a donation granted by this state, to 
the rev. soldiers who served in the Md. line, during the rev. war, and to 
which he is considered entitled." 

Lewis, W'". Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 33. Treas. pay W"". Lewis, of 
Washington county, an old soldier in the rev. war, for life, quarterly, half 
pay of a sergeant for his rev. war services. 

* Lewis, W""., private, Houseger's Regt. (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

Lewis, Capt. W"'. Feb. 25, 1826 — No. 48, p. 245. Treas. of Western 
Shore directed to pay to William Lewis, of Washington county, or order, 
during life, in quarterly payments in lieu of his present pension, the half pay 
of a captain, in consideration of his valuable military services, both in the 
revolutionary war, and in the war against the Indians. 



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Lewis, Capt. W'^. Passed Mch. 14, 1828 — No. 55. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Mary Lewis, of Washington county, during life, half yearly, 
half pay of a captain, as further remuneration for her husband, Captain 
W™. Lewis' services during the rev. war. 

Lingan, Thamas. Feb. 22, 1823 — No. 48. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay to Thamas Lingan, half pay of a lieut. as further compen- 
sation for his meritorious serxices during the rev. war. 

* Lingan, Thomas, lieutenant, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

Lingan, Jannett. Passed Feb. 19, 1830 — No. 43. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Jannett Lingan, of Montgomery county, during widowhood, 
quarterly, sum of money equal to half pay of a captain, further remuner- 
ation for her late husband's services during the rev. war. 

t Lipscomb, James, private. Rev. army". Pensioned, Act of June 7, 
1785, at $40.00 per an. from Mch. 4, 1789; reed. $60.00; died 1790. 
(U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 21). 

* Litzinger, Henry, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

Lloyd, Thomas. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 26. Treas. pay to Thomas 
Lloyd of Philadelphia, Pa. for life, quarterly, half pay of a private, for his 
services during rev. war. 

Passed Mch. 9, 1846 — No. 54. Treas. of Md. pay to Mary Lloyd, of 
Pa., widow of Thos. Lloyd, a soldier of the rev., half pay of a private of the 
rev., quarterly during her life, & that the Treas. pay to said Mary Lloyd 
the bal. due her late husband for arrearages of pension granted him during 
his life time. 

* Lohr, Baltzer, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

Lomax, John. Passed Feb. 19, 18 19 — No. 74. Treas. to pay to John 
Lomax, late a rev. soldier, quarterly during life, half pay of a private. 

Long, John, Jr., Gentleman. Com'd. ist. Lieut, of Capt. Gabriel 
Vanhorn's Co. in the Deer Creek Batt'n. of Militia in Harford Co. Given 
at AnnapoHs, Apr. 9, 1778. Th. Johnson. (X, No. 251). Refused by 
sd. John Long, Apr. 14, 1778. 

John Long being much Disabled by an accident happening while in the 
Service of the Flying Camp is therefore under the necessity of refusing this 
Commission. G. R. \'anhorne, Capt. 

Patrick Cain Recommended to this Commission. R. Dallam, Lieut. 

Long, John. Passed Dec. session, 1817 — No. 11. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to John Long, of Harford county, an old rev. soldier, quarterly, 
half pay of a private, as a further remuneration for those services rendered 
his country during her struggle for independence. 

Long, W". Passed Mch. 20, 1840 — No. 54. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to W™. Long, of Missouri, a soldier of the rev. war, quarterly, during life, 
the half pay of a private, from Jan. i, 1840. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 367 

Lorantz, Ferdinand. Passed Apr. i, 1839 — No. 60. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Elizabeth Lorantz, of Baltimore city, the widow of Ferdinand 
Lorantz, who was a soldier in the war of the rev., or to her order, the half 
pay of a private of the rev. war, during her life, quarterly, commencing 
Jan. I, 1839. 

Lord, Andrew. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 45. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Andrew Lord, a soldier in the rev. war, quarterly, during life, 
half pay of a private, as a remuneration for those services by which his 
country has been so essentially benefitted. 

* Lord, Andrew, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

Lord, Andrew. Passed Mch. 12, 1828 — No. 47. Grant of 50 acres 
vacant land, west of Fort Cumberland, Allegany county to heirs of 
Andrew Lord of Baltimore city, a soldier of Md. Line during rev. war— 
or if no heirs, then to Amelia Lord, widow of Andrew Lord — and patent 
without composition money. 

* Lord, Henry, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

Lord, Henry. Passed Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 35. Treas. is directed to pay 
to Henry Lord of Dorchester county, half pay of a private for rev. war 
services. 

Passed Jan. 23, 1839 — No. 7. Treas. Western Shore pay to AmeHa 
Lord, of Dorchester county, widow of Henry Lord, a Rev. pensioner, 
$12.44, for 3 mos. & 22 days pension due Henry Lord at time of his death. 

Lord, Henry. Passed Feb. 27, 1839 — No. 22. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Amelia Lord, of Dorchester county, widow of Henry Lord, a 
soldier of the rev., during her life, quarterly, the half pay of a private of 
the rev, commencing Jan. i, 1839. 

Lowe, Solomon. Feb. 16, 1819 — No. 14. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay to Solomon Lowe $110.00, in full compensation for 
rations furnished certain British prisoners taken during the late war, by a 
detachment of the Dorchester county militia, which said rations were 
furnished by the said Solomon Lowe, by the order of brig. gen. Benson. 

t Lowry, John, private. Rev. arniy\ Pensioned, Act of June 7, 1785, at 
$20.00 per an.; reed. $381.98. Under Act of Mch. 3, 1809 at $40.00 per 
an. from Apr. 19, 1808; reed. $215.09. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 21). 

^ Lowry, John, 2d., private, Rev. army\ Pensioned, Act of June 7, 
1785, at $60.00 per an.; reed. $1,460.00. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 21). 

Lucas, Basil. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 63. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Basil Lucas, an old rev. soldier, annually, a sum equal to the 
half pay of a sergeant. 

* Lucas, John, sergeant, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

Lucas, John. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 27. Treas. pay to John 
Lucas, of Anne Arundel county, an old revolutionary soldier, quarterly. 



368 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

half pay of a sergeant, as a further remuneration for those services rendered 
his country during her struggle for independence. 

Passed Mch. 6, 1832 — No. 73. Treas. Western Shore pay Rachel Lucas, 
of Anne Arundel county, widow of John Lucas, a soldier of rev. war, during 
life, half yearly, half pay of a private for her husband's services during said 
war. 

Lynch, Hugh. Passed Nov. session 1812 (Jan. i, '13) — No. 26. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Hugh Lynch, late a private in the Md. Line during 
the rev. war — half pay of a private, as a further remuneration for those 
services rendered during the American war. 

* Lynch, Hugh, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

t Lynch, John, private. Rev. army". Pensioned, Act of June 7, 1785, at 
$44.00 per an.; reed. $1,078.00; died in 1813. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 
21). 

* Lynch, Thos., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 546). 

Lynch, Thomas. Passed Mch. 12, 1828 — No. 38. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Thomas Lynch, of St. Mary's county, during life, half 
yearly, half pay of a private, as further remuneration for his services 
during the rev. war. 

Passed Mch. 8, 1833 — No. 50. Treas. Western Shore pay to James M. 
K. Hammett, admr. of Thomas Lynch, sum due said Lynch, on pension 
roll of Md., Nov. 13, 1832, date of his death. 

Lynn, David, Capt. Passed Feb. 28, 1836 — No. 43. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Mary Lynn, widow of David Lynn, a capt. in the rev. 
army, half pay of a capt. during her widowhood. 

Lynn, Lieut. John. Passed Nov. 1785, Vol. 11, Chap. XVI. Gen. 
Assembly granted half pay of a lieut., for disability acquired in the serv- 
ice, to John Lynn, late a lieut. in the Md. Line in the Continental army. 

Lynn, Lieut. John. Passed Dec. session, 1817 (Feb. 13, 1818) — No. 52. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Eleanor Lynn, widow of John Lynn, late a 
Heut. in the rev. war, during life, quarterly, the half pay of a lieut. 

Lynn, Col. John. Jan. 19, 1825 — No. 6, p. 156. Treas to pay whatever 
bal. remains due the late Eleanor Lynn, (who died Apr. 23, 1824), widow of 
Col. John Lynn, on the pension Hst of this state, to David Richardson, 
who intermarried with Elizabeth, one of the daughters of the deceased & 
Jane Lynn, another of her daughters, they being the only heirs and 
representatives of the deceased. 

^ Lynn, John, lieut.. Rev. army. Pensioned, Act of June 7, 1785. 
from Mch. 4, 1789, at $200.00 per an.; "dead" (Amt. reed, not stated — 
U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 21). 

M'Bride, Hugh. Capt. of Militia, Dorchester Co., 3'' Battn. July 1776 — 
see M^Closter, Saml. and Muir, Chas. 



RE\'OLUTIOXARY WAR PENSIONS 369 

Elected ist. Lieut, of Vienna Co. Dorchester County "and since 
promoted," Jan. 3, 1776 — see Shaw, James. 

* M^Callister, James, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 
M'Callum, W"'., Gentleman. Com'd. 2** Lieut, of Capt. Goldsborough's 

Co. in 4"' Battn. of Militia of Talbot County. Given at Annapolis Apr. 9, 
1778. Th. Johnson. (X, No. 117). 

M'Cann, Alichael. Passed Dec. session, 181 7 — No. 31. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Michael M'^Cann, of Frederick county, an old rev. soldier, the 
half pay of a private during the remainder of his life, as a remuneration for 
his meritorious services. 

* M'Cann, Michael, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820; p. 547). 

t M'Cam, Michael, private Md. Line, age 88, from Frederick county. 
Died May 4, 1827. Pensioned'' Sept. 25, 1818 at $96.00 per an. from Apr. 
II, 1818. (Rec'd. $870.40. U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

* M^Cauley, John, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

* M'Chan, John, private, Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

t M'Chan, John, private, Pa. Line, age 73, from Frederick county. 
Died 1821. Pensioned'' Oct. 8, 1818 at $96.00 per an., from Apr. 3, 1818. 
(Reed. $280.20. U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

M^Closter, Samuel, Gentleman. Com'd. Ensign of Capt. Hugh 
M^Bride's Co. of MiHtia in Dorchester County belonging to the 3"^. Battn. 
of this Province. Given by Council of Safety at AnnapoHs July 6, 1776. 
Danl. of St. Thos. Jenifer, Chas. Carroll, Benj. Rumsey, Ja. Tilghman. 
(X, No. 118). 

Resigned Aug. 30, 1776 as Ensign of the Vienna Militia Co. 

M'Connell, Saml. Passed Nov. session, 1812 — No. 57. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Samuel M'Connell, of Cecil county, — a sum of money equal 
to half pay of a sergeant, as a remuneration for his services during the rev. 
war. 

* M'Connell, Saml, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 
M^Coy, John — see Halkerstone, Robert. 

* M^Cracken, James, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 
M'Crackin, James. Mch. i, 1826 — No. 60, p. 247. Treas. Western 

Shore pay to James ALCrackin, of Harford county, the half pay of a 
private, as further remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

Passed Feb. 12, 1844 — ^o- ^^- Treas. Western Shore pay to Mary 
M'^Cracken, of Harford county, during life, quarterly, half pay of a private, 
in consideration of sersaces rendered by her husband James M'^Cracken 
during the war of the rev. 

t M^Creary, John, private in Pa. Line, of Baltimore county. Pensioned 
Aug. 26, 1830, dating from Jan. i, 1829, at $96.00 per annum (received 
$161.06). Died Nov. 23, 1830. (U. S. Pension Roll, 1835, p. 8). 
25 



370 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

* M'Elroy, James, private, Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

t M'Elroy, James, private Pa. Line, age 60, from Frederick county. 

Died . Pensioned'' Apr. 27, 1819, at $96.00 per an., from May 21, 

1818. (Reed. $219.73. U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

* M^Entire, David, private, Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

M'Gee, Chas. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 39. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Chas. M"=Gee, or his order, during life, the half pay of a 
private, annually in quarterly payts., as an additional compensation for 
his services [^revolutionary]. 

* M'Gee, Charles, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

M'Gee, W"". Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 12. Treas. of western 
shore pay to W™. M'^Gee, or order, half pay of a private, annually in 
quarterly payts, as an additional compensation for his services. 

* M'Gee, W""., private, Md. Line Qan. 1820, p. 548). 

* M'Kay, John (or MCay), private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

* M^Keel, Thomas, sergeant, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 
M'Keown, Samuel, Gentleman. Com'd. 2^ Lieut, of Capt. Saml. 

Mofifitt's Co. in the Elk Battalion of Militia in Cecil Co. Given at 
Annapolis, Apr. 21, 1778. Th. Johnson. (X, No. 121). 

M'Kinsey, Moses. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 23. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Moses M'^Kinsey, of Allegany county, — a sum of money, 
annually during life, quarterly, equal to half pay of a drummer in the rev. 
war. 

* M'Kinsey, Moses, drummer, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 
M'Kinsey, Moses. Passed Mch. 9, 1827 — No. 44. Treas. pay to 

Sarah M<^Kinsey, of Allegany county, during life, half yearly, half pay of a 
private, for her husband, Moses M'^Kinsey's services during the rev. war. 

* M'Kissick, James, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

* McLean, Arthur, sergeant, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

M'^Lean, Arthur. Passed Jan. 30, 1829 — No. 8. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Arthur McLean, of Baltimore county, during life, half yearly, half 
pay of a sergeant, as further remuneration for his services during the rev. 
war. 

* M'Mahon, Peter, private, Va. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

* M'Mechen, Chas., private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 
M^Namara, Darby. Passed Nov. 1798 — No. 3. Treas. Western Shore 

pay to Darby M"=Namara, an old infirm & disabled soldier, annual sum of 
$57.00 during life, in lieu of $399.00, the principal and interest due on 
three state certificates issued to him for depreciation of his pay, which 
certificates were lost — quarterly, beginning Dec. 10, 1798. 

M^Namara, Darby. Passed Nov. session 1799 — No. 9. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Darby M=Namara, a poor and disabled soldier of the 1st. Md. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 371 

regt., 25£-6s-iid. with interest from Aug. I, 1780, for a depreciation 
certificate issued to him for that amt. & lost. 

M'Namara, Darby. Passed Nov. session 1802 — No. 7. Treas. Western 
Shore pay annually to Darby M''Namara the sum of fifteen pounds current 
money, in quarterly payts., in consideration of his many services as a 
soldier in the late revolutionary war, by which he has been rendered 
entirely unable to obtain a subsistence. 

t M'Neal, James, private. Rev. army, of Baltimore county. Pensioned 
Dec. 4, i8i5at $60.00 per annum dating from Sept. 13, 1814, act of Mch. 3, 
1815 (rec'd. $121.84). Pensioned at $96.00 per annum from Sept. 24, 1816 
(rec'd $1,434.93), and died Dec. 22, 1831. (U. S. Pension Roll, 1835, p. 8). 

* M^Nesh, Benj., private. Flying Camp — not continental; stricken from 
roll (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

M^Pherson, Lieut. Mark. Passed Dec. session 1815 — No. 10. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Mark M"Pherson, or order, annually in quarterly 
payts., during his life, half pay of a lieut. 

M'Quinny, Thomas. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 76. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Thomas M'^Quinny, late a rev. soldier, quarterly, during life, 
the half pay of a private. 

* M'Quinny, Thomas, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

Mcpherson, Mark. Passed Feb. 10, 1848 — No. 23. Treas. pay to Chris- 
tian Keener, atty. for Walter M^Pherson, executor of Mark M'Pherson, 
$80.00, amt. due said M'Pherson, a rev. pensioner at the time of his death. 

* Mackeon, John, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

Macky, James, Esq. Com'd. Capt. of a Company in Elk Batt'n. of 
Militia in Cecil Co. Given at Annapolis, Apr. 21, 1778. Th. Johnson. 
(X, No. 123). 

Magee, W"'. Passed Feb. 15, 1830 — No. 36. Treas. Western Shore pay 
unto Sarah Magee, of Saint Mary's county, amt. of money due W™. 
Magee, her deceased husband, a pensioner of this State. (Indexed under 
"Revolutionary pensions"). 

Magruder, Henderson. Capt. of a Militia Co. in Prince George's 
County, 25"" Battn. Jan. 3, 1776 — see Wootters, Richard. 

Magruder, Hezekiah, Gentleman. Com'd. ist. Lieut, of Capt. W". 
Bayly's Co. of Militia in the 29th. Battn. in Montgomery County. 
Given at Annapolis, Aug. 29, 1777. Th. Johnson (X, No. 125). 

Resigned May 7, 1782. 

Magruder, Lieut. Nathaniel B. Passed Dec. session, 1815 (Jan. 23, 
1816) — No. 20. Treas. Western Shore, pay to Nathaniel B. Magruder, 
late a lieut. in the rev. war, or order, a sum of money annually in quarterly 
payts., equal to the half pay of a lieut., as a further remuneration for those 
services rendered his country in her struggle for liberty & independence. 



372 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

* Magruder, Nathaniel B., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

t Magruder, Nathaniel B., private, Md. Line age 62. Pensioned Mch. 9, 
1819, from Apr. 4, 1818 at $96.00 per an. Reed. $349.86 and died Nov. 25, 
1 82 1. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 26). 

Magruder, Samuel Briscoe. Capt. of a Co. of Militia in Lower Battalion, 
Montgomery Co., after Aug. 4, 1780 — see Willcoxen, Jesse. 

Mahoney, Clement. Passed Dec. session, 1815 (Jan. 23, 1816) — No. 5. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Clement Mahoney, an old rev. soldier, — 
during his Hfe, a sum of money equal to the half pay of a private. 

Mahooney, Edward. Passed Nov. session, 181 1 — No. 60 (Jan. 4, 1812). 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Edward Mahooney, late a private in the 
rev. war, half pay of a private, &c. 

* Mahony, Edward, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

Mants, Maj. Peter. Passed Feb. 20, 1846 — No. 23. Treas. of State pay 
to Catharine Mantz, widow of Peter Mantz, a Maj. of the Rev., during her 
life, quarterly, half pay of a Major, in consideration of the services of her 
husband. 

Manyard, Nathan, Esq. Com'd. Capt. of a Company of Militia in 
Frederick Co. Given at Annapolis, Oct. 13, 1777. Th. Johnson, 
(X, No. 126). (See also Mobberly, Lewis). 

Recommended as Officers of the within Company: George Burkett, Jr. 
Capt., Christopher Burkett, ist. Lieut., John Woolf, Ensign. 

Markland, Lieut. Edward. Passed Feb. 25, 1824 — No. 3, (p. 172). 
Treas. to pay to Edward Markland, of Baltimore, half pay of a lieut. of the 
naval service, as further remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

Passed Jan. 30 1839 — No. 12. Treas. Western Shore pay to Alice 
Markland, widow of Edward Markland, during her life, quarterly, from 
Apr. I, 1838, an annual pension equal to that which her late husband 
received from Md. under resolution of Dec. session 1823, the half pay of a 
Lieut, in the Naval service, during the rev. war. 

* Marr, W"'., private, Md. Line — died July 3, 1819 (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 
Marr, W'". Passed Feb. 10, 1836 — No. 18. Treas. Western Shore pay 

to Arra Marr, widow of W". Marr, a soldier of the rev., half pay of a 
private, during her life. 

* Marshall, Benjamin, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

t Marshall, Benj., private. Pa. Line, age 74, from Frederick county. 
Pensioned'' Mch. 6, 1819, at $96.00 per an. from Nov. 13, 1818. (Reed. 
$1,469.86. U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

Marshall, Benj. Mch. 9, 1826 — No. 105, p. 260. Reg. of land office 
directed to issue warrant for 50 a. unappropriated in Allegany county, 
unpatented, as a donation for the state to rev. soldiers who served in the 
Md. Line, & to which they consider him entitled. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 373 

Marshall, John. Passed Mch. 22, 1833 — No. 80. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to John Marshall, of Cecil county, during life, quarterly, half 
pay of a private, in consideration of ser\'ices rendered by him during the 
rev. war. 

Martin, Ennals, Dr. Passed Jan. 17, 1833 — No. 2. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Dr. Ennals Martin, of Talbot county, a surgeon's mate 
during the rev. war, half yearly, half pay of surgeon's mate, for the 
services rendered by him during said war. 

Passed Feb. 11, 1835 — No. 9. Treas. Western Shore pay to Sarah 
Martin, widow of Dr. Ennals Martin, of Talbot county, Surgeon's mate in 
the army of the revolution, half pay to which her husband was entitled, 
during her life. 

Martin, Henry. Passed Feb. 5, 1828 — No. 12. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Henry Martin, of Frederick county, during life, half yearly, half 
pay of a private, as further comp. his services during rev. war. 

Martin, Jacob. Passed Mch. 9, 1846 — No. 47. Treas. of Md. pay to 
Margaret Martin, of Westmoreland county. Pa., widow of Jacob Martin, a 
rev. soldier with the Md. troops, during life, quarterly, half pay of a 
private, in consideration of services rendered by her husband during the 
war of the Rev. 

* Martin, Philip, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

* Massey, Henry, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

* Massey, Jesse, private, Del. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

Matthews, Bennett, Esq. Com'd. Capt. of the Row Galley called the 
Independance. Given by the Delegates of the Freemen of Md. Given in 
Convention at Annapolis (date and signatures torn off) (X, No. 128). 

Maxwell, James. Passed Nov. session, 181 1 — No. 14. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to James Maxwell, of Cecil county, late a meritorious soldier in 
the rev. war, half pay of a corporal, as a provision to him in his indigent 
situation, now advanced in life, and as a further remuneration to him for 
those services by which his country has been so essentially benefitted. 

* Maxwell, W'"., private, Del. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

* Mayhugh, Jonathan, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 
Mayhew, Jonathan. Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 77. Treas. Western Shore to 

pay to Jonathan Mayhew, late a rev. soldier, during life, half pay of a 
private. 

Passed Mch. 4, 1834 — No. 32. Treas. Western Shore pay to Eleanor 
L. Mayhugh, widow of Jonathan Mayhugh, of Washington county, 
during life, quarterly, half pay of a private, for the services rendered by her 
husband during the rev. war. 

Mayhew, Jonathan. Passed Jan. 24, 1838 — No. 2. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Adam Houk, son-in-law of the late Eleanor L. Mayhugh, 



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$8.00 for two months and twelve days pension due thes aid Eleanor L. 
Mayhugh on Dec. 12, 1837, the day of her death. 

Maynadier, W""., Esq. Com'd. Capt. of a Company in the 4"' Battn. of 
Militia in Talbot Co. Given at Annapolis, Apr. 9, 1778. Th. Johnson 
(X, No. 129). 

(Endorsement) Levin Spedding, Capt.; Edwd. Stevens, 1st. Lieut.; 
John Brown, 2d Lieut.; W"". Berry, Ensign; Henry Banning, Com. 

Mayo, Lieut. Isaac. War of 1812. Mch. 14, 1828 — No. 61. Resolu- 
tion of Gen. Assembly enumerating service of Lieut. Isaac Mayo, a native 
of Md., "and was among those officers who received medals from the U. S., 
as a testimony of their country's approbation." 

Governor authorized to draw on Treas. of Western Shore for payment 
of a suitable sword. 

Michael, Jacob. War of 1812. Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 22. Treas. 
Western Shore is directed to pay to Jacob Michael of Harford county, 
$45.29 cents "for supplying the Militia stationed at Stoney Point, in the 
county aforesaid, during the late war with powder, lead and flints." 

Meddagh, Frederick. Passed Nov. session 1801 — No. 15. Several 
county courts of the Western and Eastern Shore respectively, do, and 
they are hereby authorized and required, upon the application of Frederick 
Meddagh, of Frederick county, an old and superannuated soldier of the 
late American army, to grant him from year to year, during his life, a 
license to hawk and peddle, without his the said Frederick Meddagh 
paying anything therefor. 

Medlar, Bostian. Passed Dec. session 1815 — No. 11. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Bostian Medlar, late a drum-major in the rev. war — half pay 
of a drum-major, as a further remuneration for those services by which his 
country has been so essentially benefitted. 

^ Meek, John, private. Rev. army'. Pensioned, Act of June 7, 1785, 
from Mch. 4, 1789, at $40.00 per an.; reed. $400.00. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 
1835, p. 21). 

Merrick, W". Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 44. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay to W". Merrick, of Dorchester county, half pay of a 
corporal, for his rev. war services. 

Merryman, Luke. Passed Mch. 16, 1836 — No. 51. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Elizabeth Merryman, widow of Luke Merryman, a soldier of 
the rev., half pay of a private during life, in consideration of his rev. 
services. 

Mezzeek, Nehemiah. Ensign Friendship Co., Dorchester Militia, Jan. 
1776 — see Elliott, John. 

Middleton, David. War of 1 81 2. Draft to be drawn by Gov. & 
council of Md. to David Middleton "for riding express during the late 
war." Jan. 27, 1825 — No. 8, p. 157. 



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Middleton, Gilbert. Jan. 25, 1823 — No. 11. Treas. of Western Shore is 
directed to pay to Gilbert Middleton, of Baltimore, half pay of a captain 
for his services during rev. war. 

Middleton, Sarah, of Baltimore. Feb. 9, 1822. (No. 22, p. 176). Treas. 
Western Shore directed to pay pension — half pay of a Captain, as a further 
compensation for services rendered by her husband during the rev. war. 

Milburn, Nicholas. Passed Nov. session 1812 (Dec. 30) No. 21. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Nicholas Milburn, late a private in the Md. 
Line during the rev. war, — half pay of a private. 

* Milburn, Nicholas, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

Miles, Capt. Joshua. Passed Apr. 2, 1836 — No. 93. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Jane Miles, widow of Joshua Miles, an officer of the rev., half 
pay of a captain, in consideration of the services of her husband. 

Amended June 4, 1836 — No. 115 by addition of words: "during her 
natural life." 

* Miller, George, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

Miller, George. Passed Mch. 2, 1827 — No. 36. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to George Miller of city of Baltimore, during life, half yearly, half pay 
of a private as further remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

Mills, Cornelius H. — see Halkerstone, Robert. 

Mills, Zachariah. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 43. Treas. pay to 
Zachariah Mills, of Anne-Arundel county, an old revolutionary soldier, 
quarterly, for life, a sum equal to half pay of a private, as a further 
remuneration for those services rendered his country during her arduous 
struggle for independence. 

* Mills, Zachariah, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

Minitree, Paul. Passed Feb. 19, 18 19 — No. 54 Treas. directed to pay 
Paul Minitree, an old rev. soldier of Charles county, half pay of a private, 
for his rev. war services. 

* Mitchell, Charles, private. Flying Camp — not continental ; stricken 
from roll (Jan. 1820, p. 547). 

* Mittag, or Meddack, Frederick, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 
Montle, or Mondle, Geo. Passed Dec. session, 1817 (Feb. 10, 1818) — 

No. 27. Treas. Western Shore pay to George Montle, or Mondle, now of 
the state of Pa. and late a soldier in the Md. Line during the rev. war, or 
his order, a sum of money annually, quarterly payts., equal to the half pay 
of a soldier, as a further remuneration for those meritorious services 
rendered his country during the American war. 

Moore, John. Passed Nov. 1798 — No. 17. Treas. W^estern Shore 
pay to John Moore, late soldier in the extra Md. reg. the sum of $22.00. 

Moore, Capt. John C. (War of 1812?) Mch. I, 1826 — No. 62, p. 248. 
Governor and council "requested to examine the claim of Capt. John C. 



376 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S Lx'WVS 

Moore, for the repair of arms and equipment of the accoutrements of his 
company, and to make such allowance as they may consider him entitled 
to." 

More, Nicholas Ruxton, Gentleman. Com'd. 3"^ Lieut, of a Company of 
Matrosses to be raised in this Province for the defence of the Liberties 
thereof Commanded by Capt. John Fulford. Given in Council of Safety 
at Baltimore Town, Mch. i, 1776. Daniel of St. Thos. Jenifer, Charles 
Carroll, Benjamin Rumsey, Th. B. Hands, Thos. Smyth. (X, No. 133). 

Moore, Lieut. Nicholas R. Passed Mch. 4, 1834 — No. 36. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Sarah Moore (widow of Nicholas R. Moore), of 
Baltimore county, during life, quarterly, half pay of a Lieut., for the 
services rendered by her husband during the rev. war. 

Moore, Capt. Nicholas R. Passed Feb. 7, 1840 — No. 6. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Sarah Moore, widow of Nicholas R. Moore, of Baltimore city, 
during life, quarterly, commencing Jan. i, 1840, a sum equal to the half 
pay of a captain of cavalry, in lieu of half pay of a lieut, heretofore granted, 
in consideration of the services rendered by the husband during the rev. 
war. 

Moore, Reuben. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 62. Treas. directed to 
pay to Reuben Moore, of Dorchester county, late a private in the rev. war, 
half pay of a private, as a further remuneration for his services during the 
rev. war. 

* Moore, Reuben, private, Md. Line Qan. 1820, p. 548). 

Moore, Reuben. Passed Mch. 9, 1827 — No. 48. Treas. pay to Mary 
Moore, of Dorchester county, during life, half yearly, half pay of a private 
for her husband, Reuben Moore's services during the rev. war. 

Moore, W". Passed Mch. 21, 1833 — No. 65. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to W™. Moore, of Somerset county, during life, quarterly, half pay of a 
private, in consideration of services rendered by him during the rev. 
war. 

Passed Feb. 11, 1835 — No. 8. Treas. Western Shore pay to Samuel T. 
Moore, the sum of money due to his father, W". Moore, of Somerset 
county, at the time of his death, in virtue of a resolution of the Legislature, 
granting a pension to said Moore. 

Af orris, John. Passed Apr. session 1792 — No. 2. John Morris, of St. 
Mary's county, late a soldier in the third Md. regt. in the ser\ace of the 
U. S., is disabled from wounds reed, at the battle of the Cowpens, and is 
thereby incapable of getting a livelihood, — Resolved, That his excellency 
the governor of Md., for the time being, grant to John Morris, in future, 
half of the monthly pay which the said Morris received in the continental 
service, by orders drawn quarterly on the treasurer of the Western Shore 
for the same, and that the same be charged to the United States. 



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Morris, Jonathan, Capt. Passed Feb. 2, 1830 — No. 13. Treas. pay to 
Jonathan Morris, a captain in the rev. war, half pay of a captain, quarterly, 
as further remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

Mudd, Bennett. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 59. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Bennett Mudd, of Charles county, an old soldier, during life, half 
pay of a sergeant. 

Passed June 4, 1836 — No. 118. Treas. pay to Ann Mudd, widow of 
Bennett Mudd, late a sergeant in the rev. war, quarterly, during life, half 
pay of a sergeant, for the services of her said husband, in the said rev. 

* Mudd, Bennett, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

Mudd, Mrs. Barbara. Passed Feb. i, 1834 — No. 13. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Mrs. Barbara Mudd, of D. C, during life, quarterly, half pay 
of a Sergeant, in consideration of the services rendered by her husband, 
during the rev. war. 

Mudd, Ann. Passed Mch. 10, 1835 — No. 5. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Ann Mudd, $24.17, the bal. of pension due her husband at the time 
of his death, and which was forfeited to the State by resolution No. 26, of 
1823. 

Muir, Thomas. Passed Feb. 2, 1832 — No. 25. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Thomas Muir, a soldier of rev. war, during life, half yearly, half 
pay of private for his services during said war. 

Passed Jan. 24, 1839 — No. 9. Treas. Western Shore pay to Levin 
Ballard, of Jarvis, $9.66, for 2 months and 27 days pension due the late 
Thomas Muir, of Somerset county, at the time of his death, and said 
Ballard distribute the same to nearest of kin of said Muir. 

Murdoch, Lieut. Benj. Passed Dec. session, 1817 (Feb. 6, 1818) — No. 
27. Treas. Western Shore pay to Benj. Murdock, a lieut. in the Md. Line 
during the rev. war, the half pay of a lieut. during life. 

Murdock, Lieut. W"'. Passed Mch. 4, 1834 — No. 34. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Jane Clagett, widow of W"". Murdock, an officer of the rev., 
during her widowhood, quarterly, half pay of a Lieut, in consideration for 
the services of her husband. 

Nagle, Richard. Passed Feb. 14, 1828 — No. 16. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Richard Nagle, of Cambria Co. Pa. during life, half yearly, half pay 
of a private, for his rev. war services. 

Neale, Capt. Henry. Passed Mch. 10, 1837 — No. 35. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Eleann Neale, widow of Capt. Henry Neale, half pay of a 
Captain, as a further remuneration for his [rev.] services, during her life. 

Neale, James. Passed Nov. session 1803 — No. 5. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to James Neale, on application, fifteen pounds current money, 
and the further sum of fifteen pounds like money annually, in quarterly 
payments, as a support to him in his infirm situation, and in consideration 



378 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

of his many services as a soldier in the late rev. war, from the effects of 
which he has been rendered entirely unable to obtain a subsistence. 

Needham, W"". A. Passed Nov. 1791 — No. 8. Petition to Gen. 
Assembly sets forth that he was a sergeant in the late Amer. army, and 
received a wound by a musket ball which passed through his body & has 
rendered him incapable of gaining a subsistence by labour; and this 
assembly considering it reasonable that the same relief should be extended 
to said W". A. Needham, as to others in similar circumstances — Governor 
Grant to said W"". A. Needham half of monthly pay he reed, in the 
continental service, by orders drawn quarterly on Treas. of Western Shore, 
& same be charged to the U. S. 

\ Needham, W"". A. sergeant. Rev. army, of Montgomery county. 
Pensioned at $60.00 per an. from Sept. 4, 1808 (reed. $390.00). (U. S. 
Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 16). 

t Nelson, Roger, lieut. of cav.. Rev. army, of Frederick county. Pen- 
sioned at $200.00 per an. on May 31, 1815, under act of Mch. 3, 1803, 
dating from Sept. 4, 1802 (reed. $2,552.21). Died June 7, 1815. (U. S. 
Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 13). 

Nelson, Roger. Passed Mch. 4, 1834 — No. 37. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Eliza Nelson, widow of Roger Nelson, of Frederick county, a rev. 
officer, half pay during life, to which her husband would have been entitled. 

Nelson, Lieut. Roger. Passed Mch. 27, 1839 — No. 39. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Eliza Nelson, widow of Roger Nelson, of Frederick county, a 
rev. officer, or to her order, half pay of a lieut. in the rev. army, from July i, 
1 81 5, up to the time she was placed on the pension roll, it being the 
amount to which she is entitled under the resolution of 1779. 

Newman, John. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. Ii. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to John Newman, quarterly, half pay of a sergeant, as a further 
remuneration for those services by which his country has been so essentially 
benefitted. 

* Newman, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

Newman, John. Passed Jan. 30, 1830 — No. 5. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to W". Ridgely, esq., $15.33, being sum due to John Newman, a rev. 
soldier, late a pensioner of the state of Md., who was placed on the pension 
list by a resolution of said state. 

Newton, John. Passed Dec. session, 181 7 (Feb. 7, 181 8) — No. 24. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to John Newton, an old soldier, during life, 
quarterly, the half pay of a private, for his services during the rev. 

* Newton, John, private Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

Niblet, W". Passed Dec. session, 181 6 — No. 18. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to W™. Niblet, of Worcester county, an old rev. soldier, quarterly, 
during his life, the half pay of a private, as a further remuneration to him 
for his services by which his country has been so much benefitted. 



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* Nihlet, T^"-., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

* Nickle, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

* Nixon, Isaac, private, N. J. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

Nowell, James, Tutwiller, Jonathan. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, 
1813) — No. 35. Treas. Western Shore pay to James Nowell and Jonathan 
Tutwiller, or order, in quarterly payts, a sum of money equal to the half 
pay of privates during the rev. war. 

0' Bryan, Dennis. Passed Feb. 20, 1830 — No. 32. Treas. of Western 
Shore pay to Dennis O'Bryan, of Morgan county, Va., an old rev. soldier, 
during life, quarterly, half pay of a private, for his services during the rev. 
war. 

O' Conner, Michael. Passed Nov. session, 1812 — No. 61. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Michael O'Conner, of Harford county, — half pay of a 
matross, as a further remuneration for those services rendered his country 
during the rev. war. 

* O'Conner, Michael, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

O'Hara, John. Passed Mch. 3, 1840 — No. 14. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Susan O'Hara, widow of John O'Hara, a rev. soldier, or order, 
quarterly, during life, the half pay of a private, from Jan. i, 1840, in 
consideration of the services of her husband rendered during the rev. 
war. 

* Oldwine, Barney, private, Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

* Oldwine, Charles, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Orem, Spedden — ¥eh. 18, 1825 — No. 23, p. 159. Treas. to pay Spedden 
Orem, of Talbot co. — half pay of a private further remun. for his services 
during rev. war. 

Orme, Moses. Passed Mch. 8, 1833 — No. 49. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Moses Orme, of Anne-Arundel county, a soldier of the rev. war, 
during life, quarterly, half pay of a private, in consideration of the services 
rendered by him during said war. 

Orndorff, Capt. Christian. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 82. Treas. 
Western Shore directed to pay to Christian Orndorff, late a rev. officer, 
during life, the half pay of a captain. 

* Orendorf, Christian, captain, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 548). 

* Ott, Adam, lieut. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Ott, Lieut. Adam. Passed Feb. 22, 1822 (No. 46, p. 179). Treas. 
Western Shore is directed to pay to Adam Ott, of Washington county, — 
half pay of a Lieut. — his services Rev. War. 

Passed Mch. 12, 1828 — No. 44. Treas. Western Shore pay to Julian 
Ott, of Washington county, during life, half yearly, half pay of a lieut. as 
further compensation for her husband, Adam Ott's services during rev. 
war. 



38o MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Ott, Adam. Passed Feb. 20, 1829 — No. 25. Treas. pay to Juliana Ott, 
wdow of Adam Ott, a rev. soldier, such sum as may appear to be due him 
on the pension list of state of Md. at time of his decease. 

Page, John. Capt. of Troop of Horse in Kent Co. May 30, 1781 — see 
Raisin, Thos. 

* Pamter, Melcher, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Painter, Melchior. Passed Apr. i, 1839 — No. 62. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Mary Painter, of Washington county, widow of Melchior 
Painter, a Rev. soldier, or to her order, half pay of a private of the Rev. 
during her life, quarterly, commencing Jan. i, 1839. 

* Pamphilion, Thomas, mariner, Frigate Virginia (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 
Parran, Thomas. Passed Mch. 11, 1828 — No. 40. Warrant and 

patent for 200 acres vacant land westward of Fort Cumberland, Alleghany 
county, to issue to heirs of Thomas Parran without payment or any 
composition money. (Follows No. 39, Chesley Robt. captain 200 acres) 
but does not specify servace. 

Parran, Dr. Thomas. Passed Mch. 14, 1828 — No. 52. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Mrs. Jane Parran, of Calvert county, during life, half yearly, 
half pay of a surgeon, as further remuneration for her husband Dr. 
Thomas Parran's services during the rev. war. 

Passed Jan. 14, 1830 — No. 4. Treas. pay to legal representatives of 
Jane Parran (deceased) the balance of pension due her at time of her death. 

Parrish, Edivard. Passed Mch. 2, 1827 — No. 32. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Edward Parrish, of Baltimore county, during life, half yearly, half 
pay of a sergeant, for his servaces during the rev. war. 

Passed Feb. 24, 1836 — No. 49. Treas. Western Shore pay to James 
Nelson, for use of Clemmency Parrish, widow of Edward Parrish, deceased, 
late of Baltimore county, a soldier of the rev., it being the amt. due said 
Parrish for rev. services, at time of his decease. 

Parrish, Edward. Passed Mch. 16, 1836 — No. 53. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Clemency Parrish, widow of Edward Parrish, a soldier of the 
rev., half pay of a "serjant" during her life. 

Parrot, Christopher. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 29. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Christopher Parrot, late a sergeant in the rev. war, 
during life, quarterly, a sum equal to the half pay of a sergeant. 

* Parsons, Daniel, private, Del. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Paul, Thomas. Passed Mch. 7, 1840 — No. 22. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Catharine Paul, widow of Thomas Paul, a soldier of the rev., or 
order, quarterly, for life, from Jan. i, 1840, the half pay of a sergeant, in 
consideration of the services of her said husband in the rev. war. 

Peacock, Neale. Passed Nov. session, 1812 Qan. 2, 1813) — No. 48. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Neale Peacock, quarterly, half pay of a 
private in the rev. war. 



RE\OLUTIOXARY WAR PENSIONS 381 

Pearce, George. Passed Mch. i, 1833 — No. 37. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to George Pearce, of Warren county, Ky., a soldier of the rev. war, 
during life, quarterly, half pay of a private, for the ser\ices rendered by 
him during the rev. war. 

* Peck, Hiel, lieut. N. Y. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Pegegram, W'". Passed Nov. session, 181 1 — No. 23. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to W". Pegegram, of Anne-Arundel county, an old rev. soldier — 
the half pay of a common soldier, during his life, as a further remuneration 
for the ser\"ices rendered his country. 

Pendergast, Lieut. W"". Passed Feb. 11, 1835 — No. 41. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Juliet Onion, widow of W"°. Pendergast, an officer of 
the revolution, half pay of a lieut., quarterly, during her life, for the 
services of her husband. 

* Penefill, Thomas, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Penefield, Thomas. Passed Mch. 20, 1835 — No. 76. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Hester Penefield, widow of Thomas Penefield, a soldier of the 
rev., half pay of a private, quarterly, during her widowhood. 

Penn, John. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 46. Treas. Western Shore is directed 
to pay to John Penn of Charles county, during life, half pay of a private 
for his rev. war services. 

Pensions. Disbursed during year ended Sept. 30, 1855 $3,227.42 and 
$960.00 unexpended. 

* Peterson, Henry, private, N. J. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

* Phelan, John, captain, Mass. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Philips, Stephen. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 37. Treas. is directed to pay to 
Stephen Phillips, of Caroline county, a coloured man, for life, half pay of a 
private for his rev. war services. 

Passed Feb. 15, 1844 — No. 21. Treas. Western Shore pay to Jacob 
Charles $13.33 being amt. advanced by said Charles to Stephen Phillips, a 
soldier of the rev. war. 

Pindell, Nicholas. Passed Feb. 18, 1830 — No. 32. Gov. «& council 
directed to ascertain amount due Nicholas Pindell, a rev. soldier, at time of 
his death; and Treas. Western Shore is required to pay to Gassaway 
Pindell, admr. of Nicholas Pindell, such sum as shall be found due to said 
Pindell at death. 

Pindell, Dr. Richard. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 58. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Richard Pindell, of Ky., late a surgeon in the U. S. 
army during the rev. war, quarterly, during life, a sum of money equal to 
the full pay of a surgeon, as a further remuneration for those services he 
rendered his country during her struggle for independence. 

Plane, Jacob. Passed Feb. 24, 1830 — No. 56. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Catherine Plane, of Anne-Arundel county (widow of Jacob Plane, 



382 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

who was a soldier in the rev. war), during widowhood, quarterly, the half 
pay of a private, for the services of her late husband. 

Poe, Captain, of Baltimore. Passed Feb. 9, 1822 — No. 23, p. 176. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Elizabeth Poe, of Baltimore, a sum of money 
equal to the half pay of a captain of the Md. Line. 

* Pollock, Elias, private, Va. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

* Pope, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

t Pope, John, private, Md. Line, age 68, from Frederick county. Died 
Mch. 3, 1 82 1, Pensioned at $96.00 per an. on Oct. 8, 181 8, from Apr. 10, 
181 8. (Reed. $278.40. U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 36). 

Popham, Benjamin. Passed Mch. 12, 1827 — No. 63. Treas. pay to 
Benjamin Popham, of Anne-Arundel county, during Hfe, half yearly, half 
pay of a private, for his services during the rev. war. 

Porter, Nathan. Feb. 18, 1825, No. 27, p. 159. Treas. to pay Nathan 
Porter, of Talbot county, half pay of a private, addl. comp. his rev. war 
services. 

* Paulson, John, private, Del. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Powel, Brittian. Ensign of a Co. in Somerset County, 17"" Battn. of 
Militia, 1777 — see Schoolfield, W"". 

Powers, Jesse. Passed Dec. session 1815 — No. 13. Treas. Western 
Shore pay unto Jesse Powers, of St. Mary's county, late a private in the rev. 
war — half pay of a private, as a further remuneration to him for those 
services by which his country has been so essentially benefitted. 

* Powers, Jesse, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Power, Jesse. Passed Feb. 25, 1836 — No. 41. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Milly Power, widow of Jesse Power, a soldier of the rev., during 
widowhood half pay of a private, for the services of her late husband. 

Power, Jesse. Passed Jan. 13, 1845 — No. 6. Treas. pay to Henry 
Fowler, for use of Clement Thompson, legal representative of Milly 
Power, bal. due her at time of her death, on the pension list of the State. 

Price, George. Passed Mch. 2, 1827 — No. 31. Treas. pay to George 
Price, of Talbot county, during life, half yearly, half pay of a private, as 
further remuneration for his services during the rev. war. Passed Mch. 
13, 1829 — No. 61. Treas. pay to legal representatives of George Price, 
deceased, the balance of pension due the said George Price, at time of his 
death. 

Price, Stephen R. Passed Feb. 24, 1830 — No. 47. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Stephen R. Price, of Mififllin twp. Franklin county, Ohio, a 
soldier in the rev. war, during life, quarterly, half pay of a quarter master 
sergeant, as further remuneration for his ser\'ices during the rev. war. 

* Price, Walter Lane, lieutenant, navy. Frigate Alliance (Jan. 1820, p. 
549)- 



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* Primm, James, private, Va. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Proctor, Richard. Passed Jan. 6, 1812 — No. 40. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Richard Proctor, late a private in the rev. war, belonging to the Md. 
Line, quarterly, the half pay of a private, as a provision to him in his 
indigent situation and advanced life, and as a further remuneration to 
him for those services by which his country has been so essentially 
benefitted. 

Pruitt, Walter. Passed Mch. 9, 1827 — No. 46. Treas. pay to Walter 
Pruitt, of Worcester county, during life, half yearly, half pay of a private 
for his services during the rev. war. 

Purnell, Zadock, Esq. Com'd Colonel of the Synnapuxent Battalion of 
Militia in Worcester Co. Given at Baltimore Town Aug. 30, A.D. 1777. 
Th. Johnson. (X, No. 152). 

Endorsement: Col. Zadock Purnell resigned 1778. 

To his Excellency Thomas Johnson, Esq. Sir: Being now advanced in 
years, and at times much affected, I have thought it Expedient to Resign 
in favour of a younger man and therefore have Delivered my Commission 
to the Lieut, of this County. 

I have the Honor to be your Obt. Servt. Zadock Purnell. 

Queen, Marsham. Passed Mch. 13, 1832 — No. 106. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Marsham Queen, of Charles county, during life, half yearly, 
half pay of a private, in consideration of his services during the rev. war. 

Quinny, Thomas M. Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 76. Treas. Western Shore to 
pay to Thomas M. Quinny, late a rev. soldier, quarterly during life, the 
half pay of a private. 

Raisin, Thomas, Gentleman. Com'd. Comet of Capt. John Page's 
Troop of Horse in Kent Co. raised with Notice of an Act to encourage the 
raising a Volunteer Troop of light Horse in Baltimore Town and each 
County of this State. Given at Annapolis, May 30, 1781. Tho. S. Lee. 
(X, No. 154). 

Endorsement: Thos. Raisin resigns as Comet of Horse Kent Co. May 
1782. 

* Ramsay, James, ensign, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Rasin, Lieut. W"'. B. Passed Nov. session 1804 — No. 14. Treas. of 
Eastern Shore pay to W". B. Rasin, of Kent county, late a lieut. in the rev. 
war, or order, the half pay as a lieut., annually, quarterly payts., during his 
life, as a further reward to those meritorious services which he rendered his 
country in establishing her liberty & independence. 

* Ratcliff, James, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Rawlings, Samuel. Feb. 23, 1822 — No. 55, p. 180. Treas. Western 
Shore is directed to pay to Ann Rawlings, widow of Samuel Rawlings, late 



384 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

of Washington county deceased, — half pay of private — services by her 
late husband during the Rev. war. 

Rawlings, Solomo?i. Passed Feb. 19, 1 819 — No. 79. Treas. Western 
Shore to pay to Solomon Rawlings late a rev. soldier, during life, half pay of 
a private. 

* Rawlins, Solomon, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Ray, Joseph. Passed Dec. session, 1817 — No. 21. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Joseph Ray, an old soldier, of Montgomery county, quarterly, 
half pay of a private, for his services during the rev. war. 

* Ray, Joseph, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Reading, Henry. Passed Nov. session, 181 1 — No. 9. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Henry Reading late a soldier in the rev. war belonging to the 
Md. Line, or order, quarterly, a sum equal to half pay of a private, a as 
provision, &c. ; and further remuneration, &c. 

t Redenour, Jacob, private. Rev. army, of Frederick county. Pensioned 
at $60.00 per an. on Nov. 19, 1819, under Act of Mch. 3, 1809, dating from 
Apr. 10, 1806 (rec'd. $602.33) — at $96.00 fee an. from Apr. 24, 1816 
(reed. $1,090.66). (U. S. Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 13). 

Reed, Isaac. 2<' Lieut. Friendship Co., Dorchester Militia, Jan. 1776 — 
see Elliott, John. 

* Reed, John, 2d., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550.) 

Reid, John. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 40. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to John Reid, of Allegany county, $125.00, during life, 
quarterly, as a further remuneration for the services rendered his country 
during the rev. war. 

* Reeves, W'"., private, Mass. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

* Reewark, James, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Reily, Capt. W"'. Passed Dec. session 1816 — No. 30. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to W". Reily, of the District of Columbia, late a captain in the 
Md. Line in the rev. war, quarterly, the half pay of a captain, as a further 
remuneration for the gallant services rendered his country during the 
American war. 

Reily, Maj. W"". Passed Mch. i, 1833 — No. 40. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Barbara Reily, of District of Columbia, widow of the late Maj. W"". 
Reily, a soldier of the rev. war, during widowhood, half yearly, half pay of 
a captain in consideration of the services rendered by her husband during 
said war. 

Rench, Andrew, Gentleman, Com'd. to be Lieut. Col. of the 32"*. Battn. 
of Militia of this Province, being of Frederick Co. Given in Convention 
at Annapolis, Jan. 3d., 1776. Signed pr. order Mat. Tilghman, Pres. (X, 
No. 156). 



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Reynolds, James. Passed Mch. 16, 1835 — No. 50. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Ruth Reynolds, widow of James Reynolds, a soldier of the 
rev., half pay of a private, quarterly, during his life. 

Reynolds, Tobias. Passed Dec. session, 1817 (Feb. 7, '18) — No. 26. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Tobias Reynolds, of Anne-Arundel county, an 
old soldier, quarterly, a sum of money equal to the half pay of a private 
[Rev. war]]. 

* Reynolds, Tobias, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

* Richards, Paul, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

Richards, Paul. Passed Mch. 13, 1828 — No. 50. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to representative of Mary Richards, widow of Paul Richards, who was 
a soldier of the revolution, such sum as may appear to have been due her, at 
time of her death. 

Richardson, Charles. Passed Nov. session, 1812 — No. 52. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Chas. Richardson, late a soldier in the rev. war, — 
half pay of a private, as a provision to him in his indigent situation and 
advanced life, and as a further remuneration to him for those services by 
which his country has been so essentially benefitted. 

Richardson, Charles. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 49. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay to Nancy Richardson, widow of Charles Richardson, late a 
private in the rev. war, half pay of a private. 

Passed Mch. 9, 1846 — No. 49. Treas. of Md. pay to Lydia Ackworth, 
daughter of Nancy Richardson, whatever arrearages of pension may be 
found due the said Nancy Richardson at the time of her death. 

* Richardson, Charles, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 
Richardson, Daniel. Passed Nov. session, 181 1 — No. 25. Treas. 

Western Shore pay to Daniel Richardson — half pay of a private in the rev. 
war. 

* Richardson, Daniel, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). ^ 

* Rickner, Da?iiel, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Ridgely, Nicholas, Gentleman. Com'd. 2'' Lieut, in Capt. Richard 
Stringer's Company of 22'' Battn. of Militia. Given at Annapolis, Aug. 
28, 1777. Th. Johnson. (X, No. 158). Endorsement: Resigned Apr. 
13, 1781. 

Ridgeway, John. ist. Sergeant of a Co. in Prince George's Co. 25th. 
Battn., Jan. 3, 1776 — see Wootters, Richd. 

Rigby, W"'. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 29. Treas. pay to W". Rigby 
of Fairfield county, Ohio, for life, quarterly, half pay of quartermaster 
sergeant, for his services during rev. war. 

* Riston, Zadock, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

Risden, Zaddock {Riston). Passed Feb. 24, 1830 — No. 48. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Zaddock Risden, alias Riston, who was a soldier of 
26 



386 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

the rev. war, of Prince George's county, during life, quarterly, half pay of a 
private, for his services during the rev. war. 

Ristofi, Zadock. Passed Mch. 26, 1839 — No. 42. Treas. Western Shore 
of Md. pay to Benj. Riston and Cassandra Ann King, or order, only 
children of Zadock Riston, late of Prince George's county, deceased, a 
pensioner, the bal. of pension due him from State of Md., at time of his 
death, and which he was entitled to under a res. of the Gen. Assembly. 

Robbins, John. Passed Dec. session, 1817 — No. 16. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to John Robbins, an old soldier, of Montgomery county, 
quarterly, the half pay of a private, as a further compensation for his 
revolutionary services. 

* Robbins, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

* Roberts, James, private, Md. Line — died Jan. 6, 1810 (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 
Roberts, W'". Passed Dec. session 1815 — No. 21. Treas. Western 

Shore pay to W". Roberts, of Allegany county, a private in the rev. war — • 
half pay of a private, as a further remuneration to him for those services by 
which his country has been so essentially benefitted. 

* Roberts, IF", private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

Roberts, W'". Passed Mch. 4, 1834 — No. 33. Treas Western Shore pay 
to Jane Roberts, of Allegany county, during life, quarterly, half pay of a 
private for the services rendered by her husband during the rev. war. 

Passed Mch. 9, 1835 — No. 24. Treas. Western Shore pay to Jane 
Roberts, widow of W". Roberts, deceased, $1.11, bal. due her deceased 
husband, as a rev. pensioner, at the time of his death. 

Roberts, W'". Passed Mch. 26, 1839 — No. 40. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Mary Roberts, of Allegany county, $9.89, for 2 mos. & 29 ds. 
pension due Jane Roberts, of Allegany county, at the time of her death, as a 
Rev. pensioner. 

Roberts, Zachariah. Feb. 24, 1823 — No. 55. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay to Peter Levering, of Baltimore, or his executors the half 
pay of a corporal, for the support and maintenance of Zachariah Roberts, 
during his life as a compensation for services rendered in the rev. war. 

Robinson, Standly. Feb. 25, 1824 — No. 37, p. 172. Treas. to pay 
Standly Robinson, of Baltimore, half pay of a private, further remun. for 
his services as a private on board the Dolphin during the rev. war. 

Robosson, Lieut. Charles. Passed Feb. 27, 1839 — No. 21. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Rebecca Robosson, of city of Baltimore, widow of 
Charles Robosson, a first lieut. in the rev. army, half pay of a first lieut. of 
the rev., during her life, quarterly, commencing Jan. i, 1839. 

Roby, John. Passed Dec. session, 181 5 — No. 6. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to John Roby, during life, — half pay of a private, for the services 
rendered his country during the rev. war. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 387 

t Roe, Michael, private, Rev. army, of Somerset county. Pensioned 
from Sept. 4, 1797 at $40.00 per annum (reed. $745.56) — at $64.00 per an. 
from Apr. 24, 1816 (reed. $54.11). (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 18). 

Rogers, Geo. W., Capt. War of 181 2. Passed Jan. 19, 1830 — No. 9. 
Resolution authorizing the Gov. to procure and present to Capt. George W. 
Rogers, native of Md., & a Capt. in the U. S. Navy, as further evidence of 
the high sense the Legislature entertain for the services he has rendered his 
country, during the late war — action between Wasp and the Frolic. 

Rogers, Capt. Geo. W. Passed Mch. 15, 1833 — No. 59. Resolution 
recites provisions of No. 9 (1830) — "it appears the said Geo. W. Rogers is 
now dead." Governor is authorized to present the said sword to Raymond 
Rogers, the eldest son of the deceased, in consideration for the gallantry of 
his deceased father, &c. 

Rolle, Robert, Lieut. Passed Mch. 13, 1829 — No. 65. Treas. pay to 
Robert Rolle, of Talbot county, during life, quarterly, half pay of a lieut. 
for his services during the rev. war. 

Rowse, Lieut. Thos. Passed Nov. session, 181 1 — No. 13. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Thos. Rowse, late a lieut. in the Md. Line of the rev. 
war, sum of money equal to half pay of a lieut., as further reward for 
those services rendered his country during the American war. 

Rouark, James. Feb. 24, 1836 — No. 42. Treas. Western Shore pay to 
Julia Rouark, widow of James Rouark, a soldier of the rev., half pay of a 
private, during her widowhood. 

Riiark, James. Passed Mch. 7, 1838 — No. 19. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Barbara Ruark, the widow of James Ruark, the half pay of a 
private, during her life, as further remuneration for his services during the 
rev. war. 

Passed Feb. 18, 1848 — No. 26. Treas. pay to W". Wells, of Anne 
Arundel county, the amt. due to Mrs. Barbara Ruark, at her death a 
pensioner. 

* Russell, Robert, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 549). 

Rutledge, Lieut. Joshua. Passed Nov. session 1812 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 
41. Treas. Western Shore pay to Joshua Rutledge, of Harford county, 
late a lieut. in the Md. Line, or order, quarterly, equal to the half pay of a 
lieut., as a further remuneration for those services rendered his country 
during the rev. war. 

Rutlage, Lieut. Joshua. Feb. 23, 1822 — No. 61, p. 180. Whereas, 
Joshua Rutlage, of Harford county, a pensioner, is said to be wealthy, and 
the intention of this legislature is to assist such as stand in need, and not 
those that are living in affluence — Therefore. 

Resolved, That the resolution passed at Nov. Session, 1812, directing the 
treas. of Western Shore to pay to Joshua Rutlage of Harford county, late a 



388 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

lieut. in the Md. Line — half pay of a lieut., as a further remuneration for 
his services rendered his country during the rev. war, be and the same is 
hereby rescinded. 

Riitledge, Lieut. Joshua. Passed Mch. 3, 1840 — No. 13. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Elizabeth Brooks, of Harford county, widow of 
Joshua Rutledge, who was a lieut. in the rev. war, or to her order, quarterly, 
commencing Jan. i, 1840, half pay of a lieut., in consideration of the 
services of her said husband rendered during the war of the rev. 

* Rutledge, Joshua, Heut., Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

Sansbury, John. Passed Feb. 7, 1840 — No. 8. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Sarah Sansbur>', of Baltimore city, widow of John Sansbury, a 
private marine in the rev. war, or to her order, quarterly, commencing Jan. 
I, 1840, the half pay of a private, during her life, in consideration of the 
serv'ices of her said husband. 

Sappington, Dr. Richard. Passed Mch. 7, 1844 — No. 34. Treas. of 
Md. pay to Cassandra Sappington, of Harford county, widow of Dr. 
Richard Sappington, who was a surgeon in the rev. war, quarterly, 
commencing on Jan. i, 1844, half pay of Surgeon, during her life, as a 
further remuneration for the services of her deceased husband. 

* Savoy, Philip, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

Schmuck, Jacob, Capt. Passed Jan. 20, 1835 — No. 16. Governor 
directed to ascertain value of sword, directed under res. of Md. Assembly, 
last session, No. 98, to be presented to capt. Jacob Schmuck, late of the 
U. S. Army, and to present the amount thereof to Ellen Schmuck, widow of 
said Capt. Schmuck for the education of Catharine Schmuck, his daughter 
and only child. 

Schmuck, Capt. Jacob. War of 1812. Resolution No. 98, passed Mch. 
20, 1835, requesting the Governor to procure and present a sword to 
Capt. Jacob Schmuck, U. S. Army for his gallant services on the north- 
western frontier, during the late war with Great Britain. 

Schoolfield, Benj. Gentleman. Com'd. 2<* Lieut, of Capt. John William's 
Company in Princess Anne Battn. of Militia in Somerset Co. Given at 
Baltimore Town, Sept. 22, 1777. Th. Johnson. (X, No. 164). 

Endorsement: 1st. Lieut, of W". Key's Co. Endorsement on comn. of 
Schoolfield, W"".: Captain in 17"" Battn. 

Schoolfield, George. 2'^ Lieut, of a Militia Co. in Somerset County, 17"' 
Battn. 1776 — see Schoolfield, W". 

Schoolfield, W""., Gentleman. Com'd. Ensign of a Co. in Somerset 
County in the 17"" Battn. of Militia. Given in Convention at Annapolis, 
Jan. 3, 1776. Signed pr. order Mat. Tilghman, Pres. (Original Com- 
mission, No. 166). 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 389 

Endorsement: W"". Schoolfield, 1st. Lieut.; George Schoolfield, 2*^. 
Lieut.; Brittian Powel, Ensign; M. George Waters, Com'dt, Ballard 
Bozman, 2d Lieut.; James Curtis, Ensign; W"". Water, Corporal; W™. 
Waller, Ensign in Thos. Irving's; Benj. Schoolfield, Capt. ; Thos. Jones, 
1st. Lieut.; Saml. Dixon, 2<* Lieut, in 17"" Battn. 

Schrach, Andrew. Passed Mch. 12, 1829 — No. 51. Treas. W^estem 
Shore pay to Andrew Schrach, of Baltimore city, during life, half yearly, 
half pay of a private, for his services during the rev. war. 

* Scislar, Philip, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

Scott, Gustavus. Robey's Delight — Allegany Co. Aug. 1824 — see Feb. 9, 
1825, p. 157, No. 12. Also No. 15, Feb. 9, 1825. 

Scott, Samuel. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 63. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Samuel Scott, quarterly, the half pay of a private during his 
life, for those ser\ices he rendered his country during the rev. war. 

* Scott, Samuel, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

Scott, Samuel. Passed Feb. 21, 1834 — No. 23. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Benj. L. Gantt, for use of Mrs. Elizabeth Scott, widow of the late 
Samuel Scott, of Prince George's county, a rev. soldier, $14.44, being 
amt. due him at death as a pensioner. 

Passed Mch. 4, 1834 — ^"o- A-- Treas. Western Shore pay to Mrs. 
Elizabeth Scott, widow of Samuel Scott, of Prince George's county, during 
life, quarterly, half pay of a pri\-ate, for the services of her husband during 
the rev. war. 

Scott, Samuel. Passed Jan. 19, 1848 — No. 11. State Treas. pay to 
Order of W"". Scott, one of the legal representatives of Elizabeth Scott, late 
of Prince George's county, deceased, bal. of pension money due at her 
death. 

Seaburn, John. Passed Nov. session, 181 1 — No. 12. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to John Seaburn, during life, quarterly, half pay of a private in 
rev. war. 

Sears, John. Passed Jan. 26, 1828 — No. 4. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to Mary Sears, of Harford county, during life, half yearly, half pay of a 
lieut., further remuneration for her husband, John Sears' services during 
the rev. war. 

Second, George. Passed Nov. session, 1803 — No. 3. Treas. Eastern 
Shore pay to George Second, or order, the sum of $54.00 per annum, half 
yearly payts., out of any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated. 
(Indexed amongst rev. pensions). 

Semmes, Lieut. James. Passed Nov. session, 1812 — No. 59 Treas. 
Western Shore pay to James Semmes, of Charles county, late a second 
lieut. in the rev. war, or order, annually in quarterly payts., during his Hfe 
a sum of money equal to the half pay of a second lieut. 



390 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Seney, John, Senr. Esq. Com'd. 1st. Major of 5"" Battn. of Militia of 
Province of Md. Given in Convention at Annapolis, Jan. 3, 1776. 
Signed pr. order, Mat. Tilghman, Pres. (X, No. 169). 

Sewall, Charles. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 42. Treas. pay to Chas. 
Sewall, of Charles county, for life, quarterly, half pay of a first lieut., as a 
remuneration for his ser\^ces during the rev. war. 

* Seivell, Charles, ensign, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

Sewell, Clement. Feb. 24, 1823 — No. 62, p. 147. Treas. Western Shore 
is directed to pay to Clement Sewell, of the D. C, late an ensign in the Md. 
Line in the rev. war, half pay of an ensign, as a remuneration for the 
gallant services rendered his country during the struggle for our glorious 
independence. 

Sewell, James. Passed Dec. session, 1817 (Feb. 6, 1818) — No. 34. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to James Sewell, an old rev. soldier, quarterly, 
the half pay of a private, as a further remuneration for his services during 
the American war. 

t Sewall, James, private Rev. army, of Anne Arundel county, pensioned 
May 16, 1817, at $60.00 per month from Mch. 4, 1803, under Act of Jan. 
I, 1803 (received $788.33). 

Pensioned Apr. 24, 1816 at $96.00 per year (received $178.66). 

* Sewell, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

Sewell, W". Passed Nov. session, 181 1 — No. 11. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to W". Sewell, of Annapolis, late a soldier in the rev. war, or order, 
during life, quarterly payts., half pay of a private. 

Sewell, W'". Passed Feb. 22, 1822 — No. 41, p. 178. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to W°". Sewell, of Talbot county, half pay of a private, for his 
rev. war services. 

Sewell, W"'. Passed Feb. 6, 1832 — No. 16. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to Rebecca Sewell, widow of W". Sewell, a soldier of the rev. war, during 
life, half yearly, the half pay of a private, for the services rendered by her 
said husband. 

Shean, Henry. Passed Mch. 12, 1828 — No. 46. Treas. Western Shore 
pay Henry Shean, of Baltimore county, during life, half yearly, half pay of 
a private, as further remuneration for his services during rev. war. 

Shane, Henry. Passed Feb. 7, 1830 — No. 17. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Henry W. Shane money due his father Henry Shane, a rev. soldier, 
at time of his decease. 

Shaw, James, Gentleman. Com'd. 1st. Lieut of the Co. of Militia in 
Dorchester County called the Vienna Co. to which Hugh M'^Bride was 
elected ist. Lieut & since promoted. Given in Convention at Annapolis, 
Jan. 3, 1776. Signed pr. Order Mat. Tilghman, Pres. (X, No. 172). 
Resigned June 17, 1776. 



RE\'OLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 391 

Sheets, Jacob. Passed Jan. 26, i828^No. 3. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to Hannah Sheets, of Frederick county, during Hfe, in half yearly payments 
the half pay of a private, as further remuneration for her husband, Jacob 
Sheets' services during the rev. war. 

Shircliff, Lieut. W'". Passed Mch. 29, 1838 — No. 55. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Melinda Shircliff, widow of W"". Shircliff, a soldier of the rev., 
the half pay of a Heut., as a further remuneration for his servaces, during 
her life. 

Shirley, Bennet. Passed Jan. 19, 1837 — No. 12. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Susanna Shirley, widow of Bennet Shirley, half pay of private 
during her life, as a further remuneration for his services during the rev. 

* Shirtzer, Caspar, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

* Shockley, John, private, INld. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

* Shockney, Patrick, private, Pa. Line Qan. 1820, p. 551). 
Shoebrook, Edward. Feb. 24, 1823 — No. 70, p. 148. Treas. Western 

Shore is directed to pay to Joseph Boon of Caroline county, or his execu- 
tors, for support and maintenance of Edward Shoebrook, during his life, as 
a compensation for services rendered in the rev. war. 

Shoits, John. Passed Dec. session, 1817 (Feb. 7, 18) — No. 25. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to John Shotts, of Frederick county, an old soldier, 
quarterly, the half pay of a private during his life. 

* Shots, John, private, Houseger's G. Regt. (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

* Shrupp, Henry, lieut., German Regt. (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

* Shryock, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

Shryock, John. Passed Mch. 16, 1835 — No. 60. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to John Shryock, a soldier of the rev., half pay of a private, quarterly 
during his life. 

* Silence, W'"., private, Va. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

Simmons, Aaron. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 72. Treas. Western 
Shore to pay to Aaron Simmons, late a rev. soldier, or order, quarterly 
during life, half pay of a private. 

Simmons, Sarah. Passed Mch. 4, 1834 — No. 31. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Sarah Simmons, of Charles county, during life, quarterly, half pay 
of a private, for the services rendered by her husband during the rev. war. 

* Simmons, W'"., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

Simpson, Lawrence. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 23. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Lawrence Simpson, of Charles county (an old rev. 
soldier), quarterly, the half pay of a private soldier, as a further re- 
muneration for his sersdces in the rev. war. 

Simpson, Lawrefice. Passed Feb. 27, 1843 — No. 24. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Peter W. Crain, for the widow of Lawrence Simpson, bal. due 
said Lawrence Simpson, a rev. pensioner, at his death. 



392 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Simpson, Rezin. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 37. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Rezin Simpson, late a private in the rev. 
army, a sum of money annually, in quarterly payts., equal to the half pay 
of a soldier. 

Simpson, Rezin. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 52. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Rezin Simpson, quarterly, a sum of money equal to the half 
pay of a sergeant of dragoons, in lieu of the sum allowed him by a resolution 
of 1811 [1812]. 

* Simpson, Rezin, sergeant, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

Simpson, Rezin. Passed Feb. 18, 1830 — No. 29. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Robert Swan, for use of Mary Simpson, widow of the late Rezin 
Simpson, a pensioner of the state of Md., $27.50 balance due said Simpson 
at time of his decease. (Indexed as Rev. pension). 

Simpson, Rezin. Passed Feb. 24, 1830 — No. 60. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to W". Shaw, for use of Mary Simpson, of Allegany county, during 
widowhood, quarterly, half pay of sergeant for the services of her late 
husband, Rezin Simpson, who was a soldier of the rev. war. 

Simpson, Thomas. Passed Nov. session, 1812 — No. 62. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Thomas Simpson, late a corporal in the rev. war — half pay of 
a corporal, as a further remuneration for those services rendered his 
country in her struggle for liberty & independence. 

* Sims, Patrick, lieut. colonel, Md. Line — died Jan. 7, 1819 (Jan. 1820, p. 
550). 

Sizler, Philip. Passed Feb. 29, 1829 — No. 31. Treas. pay to Philip 
Sizler, of Baltimore city, a soldier of the rev. war, during life, half yearly, 
half pay of a sergeant in the artillery, in consideration of his services during 
the rev. war. 

Smith, Capt. Alexander Lawson. Passed Feb. 24, 1836 — No. 40. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Martha Jay, widow of Alexander Lawson Smith, a 
soldier of the rev., half pay of a capt. during her widowhood. 

Smith, Aquilla. Passed Mch. 7, 1834 — No. 49. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Aquilla Smith, of Ky., during life, quarterly, half pay of a private, 
for the services rendered by him during the rev. war. 

Smith, Benj. Passed Feb. 7, 1830 — No. 16. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to Benjamin Smith, of Ky., during life, half yearly, half pay of a private, 
for his services during rev. war. 

Smith, Charles and Sliider, Philip. Passed Dec. session, 181 5 — No. 24. 
Treas. Western Shore pay unto Charles Smith and Philip Studer, late 
privates in the rev. war or order, quarterly, half pay of privates, as a 
further remuneration to them for those services by which their country 
has been so essentially benefitted. 



RE\OLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 393 

Smith, Charles. Passed Mch. 5, 1835 — No. 54. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Charles Smith, of Talbot county, quarterly, during his life, half pay 
of a private, in consideration of his services in the war of the rev. 

Passed Mch. 7, 1840 — No. 21. Treas. Western Shore pay to Thomas 
Smith, of Talbot county, $10.00, for one quarters pension due his father, 
Charles Smith, of said county, at the time of his death, as a rev. pensioner. 

Smith, Capt. Charles. Passed Mch. 8, 1834 — No. 54. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Mar>' Smith (widow of Capt. Charles Smith), of the D. C, 
during life, quarterly, half pay of a Capt., in consideration of the services 
rendered by her husband during the rev. war. 

* Smith, Christian, private. Aid. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

Smith, Elijah. Passed Dec. session 181 7 (Feb. 6, '18) — No. 32. Treas. 
^^'estem Shore pay to Elijah Smith, of Baltimore, an old soldier, during 
life, quarterly, the half pay of a private for his services during the rev. war. 

* Smith, Elijah, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

Smith, Elijah. Mch. 9, 1826 — No. 113, p. 262. Treas. W^estem Shore 
pay to Mrs. Priscilla Smith of Baltimore whatever balance may be due to 
her late husband, Elijah Smith as a pensioner of the state. 

Smith, Elijah. Passed Apr. i, 1839 — No. 57. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Priscilla Smith, of Baltimore county, widow of Elijah Smith, a 
soldier of the rev., or her order, half pay of a private of the rev., quarterly, 
during her life. 

Smith, Ephraim. Passed Feb. 4, 1843 — No. 8. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Ephraim Smith, of Baltimore city, during life, quarterly, half pay of 
a private, in consideration of services rendered during war of rev. 

t Smith, James, private. Rev. army, of Frederick county. Pensioned 
Aug. I, 1816 under Act of June 7, 1785, a.t $48.00 per an. commencing 
Mch. 4, 1789 (reed. $1,224.00). (U. S. Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 14). 

Smith, John. Capt. of a Co. of Militia in Baltimore Town Battn. 
Baltimore Co. before Mch. 16, 1779 — see Merryman, John. 

Smith, John. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 60. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to John Smith, of Charles county, late a rev. soldier, quarterly during 
life, half pay of a private, for his rev. services. 

* Smith, John ist, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

* Smith, John 2d, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

Smith, John. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 75. Treas. Western Shore to 
pay to John Smith, of Anne Arundel county late a rev. soldier, during life, 
the half pay of a private. 

Smith, John. Feb. 26, 1825 — No. 50, p. 162. Treas. to pay John 
Smith, of Anne Arundel county half pay of a private, further remun. for 
his services during rev. war. 

Passed Mch. 14, 1832 — No. 119. Treas. Western Shore pay to Sarah 



394 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Smith, of Anne Arundel county, widow of John Smith, a soldier of the 
rev. war, during widowhood, half yearly, half pay of a private, for the 
services rendered by her husband during said war. 

Smith, John. Feb. 24, 1823 — No. 56. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay to John Smith, of Prince George's county, half pay of a 
corporal, during life, for his services during rev. war. 

Passed Feb. 7, 1843 — No. 3. Treas. Western Shore pay to Richard L. 
Jenkins, of Prince George's county, Md., $6.97, bal. due John Smith a rev. 
pensioner at time of his death. 

Smith, Joseph. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 16. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Joseph Smith, late a captain in the Md. Line during the rev. 
war — half pay of a captain, as a further remuneration for those meritorious 
services rendered his country during the Amer. war. 

* Smith, Michael, drummer, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

* Smith, Moses, private, N. Y. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

Smith, Capt. Nathaniel. Feb. 22, 1823 — No. 69. Treas. Western Shore 
is directed to pay to Sarah Smith, of Baltimore, half pay of a captain, 
during life, as a further remuneration for her husband Capt. Nathaniel 
Smith's serv'ices during the rev. war. 

Smith, Nathaniel, Maj. Passed Mch. 9, 1827 — No. 45. Treas. pay to 
Sarah Smith, of Baltimore city, during life, half yearly, half pay of a 
major, in lieu of the half pay of a captain which she now receives, as a 
further remuneration for her late husband, Nathaniel Smith's services 
during the rev. war. 

Smith, Thomas. Passed Feb. 26, 1829 — No. 35. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Thomas Smith, of state of Ohio, a soldier of the rev. war, during life, 
half yearly, half pay of a private, in consideration of his services during the 
rev. war. 

Smoot, Joseph, Lieut. War of 1812. Passed Mch. i, 1830 — No. 11. 
Resolutions expressive of the sense of the Legislature of the gallant 
conduct during the late war of Joseph Smoot, of Dorchester county, now a 
Lieut, in the U. S. Navy (Hornet and Peacock, and Hornet and Penguin) ; 
and directing a sword to be presented to him. 

* Smyth, Daniel, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

Smyth, Thomas. Passed Feb. 18, 1830 — No. 33. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Anna M. Smyth, widow of late Thomas Smyth, who was a major in 
the rev., during widowhood, quarterly, half pay of a lieutenant for services 
of her late husband. 

Smyth, Thomas, Maj. Passed Mch. 25, 1836 — No. 81. In lieu of 
pension granted by res. 33, Feb. 18, 1830, revoked. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Anna Maria half pay of a major during her widowhood; provided 
she file relinquishment of claim for arrears, on acct. of her late husband 
Thos. Smyth, who was a major in the rev. war. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 395 

Somervell, James. Passed Mch. 12, 1828 — No. 41. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to James Somervell, of Prince George's county, son and one of 
the heirs of Captain James Somervell, an officer of the Md. Line during 
the rev. war, such sum as may appear to be due to him on the pension list 
of Md. at time of his decease. 

SomerviUe, Capt. James. Passed Nov. 1785, Vol. 11, Chap. XVI. 
Gen. Assembly granted half pay of a capt. to James SomerviUe, for 
disability acquired in the service, late a capt. in the Md. Line in the 
Continental army. 

* Sommers, Solomon, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 
Spalding, Aaron. Passed Dec. session, 181 5 — No. 28. Treas. Western 

Shore pay to Aaron Spalding, during his life, half pay of a sergeant. 
[^Amongst rev. pensioners]]. 

Spalding, Daniel. Mch. 7, 1826 — No. 85, p. 255. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Daniel Spalding of Baltimore, half pay of a private, for his 
rev. war services. 

Passed Mch. 9, 1848 — No. 72. State Treas. pay to Samuel Spalding, of 
Baltmore, $19.06, being bal. of pension due the late Daniel Spalding, a 
rev. soldier, at the time of his death; provided the said treasurer is 
satisfied that the said Saml. Spalding is the only heir entitled to receive the 
same. 

Spalding, Henry. Passed Nov. session, 181 1 — No. 16. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Henry Spalding, late a private in the rev. war, — half pay of a 
private, as a provision to him in his indigent situation and advanced life. 

* Spalding, Henry, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

Spedden, Edward. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 40. Treas. pay to 
Edward Spedden, of city of Baltimore, an old rev. soldier, for life, quarterly, 
half pay of a second lieut. for his services during the rev. war. 

Spedden, Edward. Feb. 22, 1823 — No. 68. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay to Ann Spedden, of Baltimore, half pay of a lieutenant, as a 
remuneration for her late husband Edward Spedden's services during the 
rev. war. 

Spires, Richard. Passed Mch. 7, 1829 — No. 42. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Richard Spires, of Brown county, Ohio, during life, quarterly, half 
pay of a private for his services during the rev. war. 

Stanton, John. Passed Feb. 23, 1829 — No. 32. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to John Stanton, a soldier of the rev. war, during life, half yearly, the 
half pay of a private, as further remuneration for his services during the 
rev. war. 

Staples, John. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 20. Treas. pay to John 
Staples, during life, quarterly, half pay of a private, for his services during 
rev. war. 



396 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Passed Mch. lo, 1845 — No. 37. Treas. pay to Margaret Staples, 
widow of John Staples, a soldier of the Rev., quarterly, half pay of a 
sergeant, in consideration of her husband's services in the war of the Rev. 

* Starr, James, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

* Starr, W'"., lieutenant, Conn. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

* Staunton, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

Steel, James, Gentleman. Com'd. Ensign of Capt. Gabriel Vanhorn's 
Co. in Deer Creek Battn. of Militia in Harford County. Given at 
Annapolis, Apr. 9, 1778. 

John M. Kimson, ist. Lieut. Pa. 

"James Steel being Disabled by long sickness is under the Necesity of 
refusing the above Commission for the above Reasons. Pr. G. Bl. 
Vanhorn, Capt. Apr. 14, 1778." 

Steuart, Elizabeth. Passed Feb. 28, 1844 — No. 25. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Elizabeth Steuart, of Queen Anne's county, during life, 
quarterly, half pay of a captain, in consideration of the services rendered 
by her husband during the rev. war. 

Stevens, Benj. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 16. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Benj. Stevens, of Somerset county, an old soldier, quarterly, 
during his life, the half pay of a private, as a further compensation for his 
services during the rev. war. 

* Stevens, Benj., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

Stevens, Edward, Gentleman. Com'd. Ensign of Capt. Maynadier's 
Company in 4"" Battn. of Militia in Talbot Co. Given at Annapolis, 
Apr. 9, 1778. Th. Johnson (X, No. 179). (See Maynadier, W"".) 

Stephens, Levi. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 38. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Levi Stephens, of Somerset county, quarterly during life, the 
half pay of a private, as a further remuneration for those services rendered 
his country during the rev. war. 

* Stevens, Levi, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

Stevens, Levi. Passed Feb. 24, 1836 — No. 39. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to W"". W. Stevens & David Stevens, executors of Levi Stevens, $28.33, 
being 8 mos. & 15 days pension due said Levi Stevens at his death, Dec. 15, 

1834. 

Stephens, Levi. Passed Mch. 11, 1835 — No. 27. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Polly Stephens, widow of Levi Stephens, a soldier of the rev., half 
pay of a private during her life, in quarterly payts. 

* Stevens, Richard, sailing master. Frigate Trumbull (Jan. 1820, p. 550). 

Stevenson, John, Gentleman, Comd. Lieut, of Marines of the Row Gal- 
ley called the Independence. Given in Convention or Council of Safety 
of this State at Annapolis, Jan. 25, 1777. J. Hall, J. Nicholson, Jr., 
Brice Worthington, Sam Wilson. (X, No. 254.) 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 397 

Stone, Col. John. Passed Mch. 21, 1839 — No. 38. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Dr. N. P. Cousin, for the use of the surviving child of Col. 
John Stone, a sum of money amounting to the half pay of a colonel in the 
Md. Line between the periods of 1779 and 1782, for 2 yrs. & 11 mos; 
pro^•ided he shall be satisfied by competent evidence that the sum herein 
authorized to be paid, which is ordered under Act of 1778, Chap. 14, & 
resolutions of 1779 & 1780, of this State, to be paid to the said heirs for the 
period of time intervening between the resignation of said Col. Stone, in 
Aug. 1779, and the date of the first payt. to him in 1782, has not been paid 
to Col. Stone, or his heirs, by the gen. govt. 

Storer, Dorothy. Passed Mch. 2, 1827 — No. 33. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Dorothy Storer, of the District of Columbia, during life, half yearly, 
the half pay of a captain, as a further remuneration for her late husband's 
services during the rev. war. 

Strider, Philip. Passed Apr. 6, 1841 — No. 13. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to M. C. Sprigg, for legal representative of Philip Strider, late of 
Bedford county. Pa, and pensioner of the State of Md., who died Jan. 6, 
1840, $12.93, amount of arrears due him from Sept. 10, 1840 to day of his 
death. 

Stringer, Richard. Capt. in 22<* Battalion of Militia Aug. 28, 1777 — see 
Ridgely, Nicholas. 

Stuart, Elizabeth. Passed Mch. 8, 1850 — No. 71. Treas. pay to 
Woolman I. Gibson, for use of representatives of Elizabeth Stuart, 
deceased, $33.33 being amt. due said Elizabeth for pension, per resolution 
No. 23, of 1843, to Feb. 21, 1849, the day of her death. 

Stiider, Philip — see Smith, Charles. 

* Studer, Philip, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

* Sidlivan, James, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

Summers, Solomon. Passed Dec. session, i8r'6 — No. 25. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Solomon Summers, of Queen-Anne's county, late a 
drummer in the rev. war, during life, quarterly, the half pay of a drummer, 
as a further remuneration for his services in the rev. war. 

* Sutton, Jacob, seaman, Ship Defiance (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

Swann, Leonard. Passed Dec. session, 1817 — No. 14. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Leonard Swan, an old soldier, quarterly during life, a sum of 
money equal to the half pay of a private. [Listed amongst Rev. war 
pensioners]. 

* Syphird, Matthias, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 
Tannehill, Mrs. Agnes M. Mch. 8, 1826 — No. 70, p. 250. Treas. 

Western Shore pay to Mrs. Agnes M. Tannehill, of Allegany county, in the 
state of Pa., during life, the half pay of a captain, as a further remuneration 
for her late husband's services during the rev. war. 



398 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Tasker, Richard R. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 34. Treas. pay to 
Richard R. Tasker, of Allegany county, for life, quarterly, half pay of a 
private, for his services during rev. war. 

* Tasker, Richard R., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

* Taylor, John, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

Taylor, John. Passed Mch. 8, 1834 — No. 53. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to John Taylor, of Anne Arundel county, quarterly, half pay of a 
private, for the services rendered by him during the rev. war. 

Taylor, John. Passed Mch. 8, 1836 — No. 58. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Sega Taylor, of Anne Arundel county, the amt. due her late 
husband, John Taylor, upon the pension list of this State, at the time of 
his death. (Indexed under Rev. Pensions). 

Taylor, John. Passed Apr. i, 1836 — No. 82. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to "Sydney Taylor, widow of John Taylor, a rev. soldier," the half 
pay of a private for the services of her husband. 

* Taylor, Levin, private, Va. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

* Taylor, Matthew, cornet. Gen. Washington's Guards — Died 27 Aug. 
1818 (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

* Taylor, Nevil, private, Va. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

Taylor, Richd. Passed Dec. session, 181 5 — No. 30. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Richard Taylor, late a soldier in the rev. war, half pay of a 
private. 

Tedyford, John. 1st. Sgt. Friendship Company, Dorchester Co. 
Militia, Jan. 1776 — see Elliott, John. 

* Thomas, Francis, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

Thomas, John Allen, Esq. Com'd. Capt. of s"" Independent Co. of 
Regular Troops. Given in Convention at Annapolis, Jan. 5, 1776. 
Signed pr. Order Mat. Tilghman, Pres. (X, No. 186). 

"I John Allen Thomas do swear that I will well & truly Execute my 
Office according to the within Commission & the trust reposed on me, 
according to the best of my power & ability & that I \vill disband & lay 
down my arms whenever I shall be ordered so to do by the Convention of 
Md. for the time being, or any authority derived under it. So help me 
God. Before Thos. Brooke Hodgkin, Jan. 17, 1776." 

Thomas, John Jarman. Passed Mch. 16, 1836 — No. 50. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to John Jarman Thomas, a soldier of the rev. half pay 
of a private during life. 

Thomas, Joseph. Passed Feb. 20, 1822 — No. 37, p. 178. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Frisby Henderson, Esq. of Cecil county, as trustee 
for Joseph Thomas an old Rev. soldier, half pay as private, &c. 

* Thomason, Ezekiel, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

* Thomm, Henry, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 399 

Thompson, Barnard. Passed Mch. I, 1833 — No. 38. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Barnard Thompson of Washington county, Ky., a soldier of 
the rev. war, during life, quarterly, half pay of a private, for his services 
rendered by him in said war. 

Thompson, Chas. Passed Dec. session, 181 6 — No. 17. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Chas. Thompson, of St. Mary's county, late a soldier in the 
rev. war, quarterly, during his life, the half pay of a private, as an ad- 
ditional compensation to him for those services by which his country has 
been benefitted. 

Thompson, Jesse. Passed Nov. session 1812 (Jan. i, '13) — No. 25. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Jesse Thompson, late a sergeant in the Md. 
Line during the rev. war — half pay of a sergeant, as a further remuneration, 
&c. 

* Thompson, Jesse, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 
Thompson, John. Passed Nov. session 1812 (Jan. i, 1813) — No. 28. 

Treas. Western Shore pay to John Thompson, of Kent county, late a 
soldier in the rev. war, — half pay of a private, in quarterly payts., during 
life. 

Thompson, Thos. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 19. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Thomas Thompson, of Dorchester county, an old soldier, 
during life, quarterly, half pay of a private, as a compensation for his 
services in the late rev. war. 

Thompson, Thomas. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 47. Treas. is directed to pay 
to Mary Thompson, widow of Thomas Thompson, an old soldier, late of 
Dorchester county, during life, half pay of a private. 

* Thornton, John, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 

Thruslon, Col. Chas. M. Passed Jan. 9, 1841 — No. 6. [1839 riots — 
Treas. of State Mch. 2, 1844]. 

Tillard, Edward — see Halkerstone, Robert. 

Tillard, Thomas, Esq., Comd. Major of South River Battn. of Militia 
in Anne Arundel Co., being the 31st Battn. in this Province. Given in 
Council of Safety at Annapolis, Jan. 26, 1776, Danl. of St. Thos. 
Jenifer, Chas. Carroll, J. Hall, Jas. Tilghman. (X, No. 190.) 

Resigned Dec. 18, 1776. 

Tillard, Lt. Col. Passed Jan. 22, 1820 — No. 10. Treas. pay to Sarah 
Tillard, widow of Lt. Col. Tillard, of Md. Line (during rev. war) during 
life, quarterly, "a sum of money equal to half pay of a captain." 

Passed Feb. 11, 1835 — No. 58. Treas. Western Shore pay to Capt. 
Otho Thomas, of Frederick county, for benefit of heirs of Sarah Tillard, 
late a pensioner of this State $57-33 due her at the time of her death. 

Tillotson, Thomas, Surgeon. Passed Feb. 19, 1830 — No. 42. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Dr. Thomas Tillotson, of Rhinebeck county, N. Y. 



400 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

who was a surgeon in the rev. war, during life, half yearly, half pay of a 
surgeon, as further remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

Mch. 14, 1832 — No. III. Dr. Thos. Tillotson, of New York, "a 
surgeon in the Md. Line during the war of the revolution" was granted a 
warrant, later patent, for 200 acres of vacant land in Allegany county. 

t Tomm, Henry, private, Rev. army, of Washington county. Pensioned 
under Act of June 7, 1785 at $20.00 per annum from Mch. 4, 1794 (reed. 
$664.17) — at $48.00 per an. from Apr. 24, 1816 (reed. $89.33). (U. S. 
Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 19). 

Toomy, John. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 29. Treas. is directed to pay to 
John Toomy, of Queen Anne's county, half pay of a corporal, as a further 
compensation for his services during the rev. war. 

Topham, Benj. Passed Mch. 29, 1839 — No. 50. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Ann Busey, the sole legatee of Benj. Topham, deceased, who was a 
pensioner of this State, or her order, the arrear of pension due to said 
Topham at time of his death, under resolution, numbered 63, passed at 
Dec. session 1826. 

Townsend, Allen. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 24. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Allen Townsend, quarterly, the half pay of a private, as a 
further remuneration for those services by which his country has been so 
essentially benefitted. 

Townsend, Thomas. Feb. 18, 1825 — No. 22, p. 158. Treas. to pay to 
Thos. Townsend, of Talbot county, half pay of a private, addl. remun. for 
his services during rev. war. 

Towson, Col. Nathan and Gallagher, Capt. John. Passed Mch. 21, 1833 
— No. 63. Governor directed to procure and present two swords, one to 
Col. Nathan Towson, LT. S. Army, and the other to Capt. John Gallagher, 
U. S. Na\'y, as testimony of the admiration and gratitude of their native 
state for their distinguished gallantry and highly valuable services during 
the last war with Great Britain. 

Traverse, [Tranierse, Trarierse ?], Levin, Gentleman, Comd. ist Lieut, 
of Capt. Rogers A. Hooper's Co. in Upper Battn. of Militia in Dor- 
chester County. Given at Annapolis, May 20, 1778. Th. Johnson. 
(X, No. 248.) Endorsement: Edward Scott, ist. Lieut.; Walter 
Raughley, 2d. Lieut. 

Truck, John. Mch. i, 1826 — No. 61, p. 248. Treasury of Western 
Shore to pay to John Truck of Frederick county, the half pay of a sergeant, 
as a further remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

Truck, John Mch. 9, 1826 — No. 106, p. 261. Reg. of land office issue 
to John Truck of Frederick county, unpatented state lands in Allegany 
county. A warrant for 50 a., as a donation granted by the state to the rev. 
soldiers who served in the Md. Line during the rev. war, & to which he is 
entitled. 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 401 

Trtix, John. Passed Mch. 6, 1832 — No. 71. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to Elizabeth Trux, of Frederick county, widow of John Trux, a soldier of 
the rev. war, during widowhood, half yearly, half pay of a sergeant, for 
services rendered by her husband during said war. 

Trueman, Lieut. John. Passed Nov. 1785, Vol. 11, Chap. XVI. 
Gen. Assembly granted half pay of a lieut., for disability acquired in the 
service, to John Trueman, a lieut. in the Md. Line in the Continental 
army. 

* Tucker, George, private — dragoon, Armand's Corps (Jan. 1820, p. 551). 
Turner, Thomas. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 53. Treas. Western 

Shore pay to Thomas Turner, of Montgomery county, a rev. soldier, half 
pay of a private for his services during said war. 

Tutwiller, Jonathan — see Nowell, James. 

Passed Dec. session, 181 5 — No. 60. Treas. Western Shore pay to 
Jonathan Tutwiller, or order, quarterly, a sum equal to the half pay of a 
sergeant, instead of that of a private. 

* Tutwiller, Jonathan, private, Md. Line — died July 20, 1819 (Jan. 1820, 

P- 551)- 

Tydings, Kealey. Passed Nov. session, 181 1 — No. 22. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Kealey Tydings, late a sergeant in the Md. Line during the 
rev. war — half pay of a sergeant, as a further remuneration for those 
services rendered his country during the American war. 

Tyler, Robert. Officer elected (presumably ist. Lieut.) in a Militia Co. 
in Prince George's County, 25th Battn. — see Wootters, Richard. 

Ulricks, Peter. Baltimore county q"" election district, Oct. 1826 — vote 
for or against the change of location. Laws of Md. Session Dec. 1825, 
passed Mch. 9, 1826. Res. No. 107, p. 261. 

* Uncles, Benj., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

Uncles, Benj. Passed Feb. 22, 1822 — No. 45, p. 178. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Benjamin Uncles, of Anne Arundel county half pay of a 
private, for his rev. war services. 

Passed Jan. 28, 1838 — No. 4. Treas. Western Shore pay to Rebecca 
Uncles, widow of Benjamin Uncles, a rev. soldier, the half pay of a private 
during her life, as a further remuneration for his services. 

Uncles, Benj. Passed Mch. 10, 1847 — No. 53. Treas. of State pay to 
Mrs. Sarah Earlougher $6.67, being bal. of pension money due from this 
State to Rebecca Uncles, deceased, at the time of her death. 

Vaine, John, of Caroline county, changed to John Clinton Cooper Jan. 
12, 1825, p. 14, Chap. 18. 

Vane, John. Passed Mch. 12, 1827 — No. 57. Treas. pay Lucretia 
Vane, of Dorchester county, during life, half yearly, half pay of a private, 
for her husband, John Vane's services during the rev. war. 
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402 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Vane, John. Passed Jan. 28, 1837 — No. 8. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to James Vane, one of the legal representatives of Lucretia Vane, $9.77, 
for two months and twenty-eight days pension due the said Lucretia at 
her death Sept. 28, 1835. 

Vanhorne, Gabriel R. Capt. of Militia in Harford Co. Deer Creek 
BattaHon, Apr. 1778 — see Long, John Jr. — "G. Bl." Apr. 14, 1778, see 
Long, John and Steel, James. 

Varlow, Stephen. Passed Feb. 12, 1820 — No. 36. Treas. pay to 
Stephen Varlow, of Cecil county, for life, quarterly, half pay of a private as 
a remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

* Vaughan, George, lieut., Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

t Vaughan, George H., lieut. Rev. army, of Baltimore county. Pensioned 
at $144.00 per annum, dating from Jan. i, 1803 (reed. $1,012.80) — at 
$160.00 per annum, from Jan. 12, 1810 (reed. $1,005.28), Apr. 27, 1810 — at 
$181.3374 per annum from Apr. 24, 1816 (reed. $353.05) — at $240.00 per 
an. from Apr. 4, 1818 (reed. $440.00) — at $181.3374 from Mch. 4, 1820 
(reed. $1,631.99), Died Dec. 2, 1820. U. S. Pension Rolls, 1835, p. 10. 

* Vaughan, W"'., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

Vaughan, W'". Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 55. 
Treas. Western Shore pay unto W". Vaughan, or order, an old rev. 
soldier, half pay as a private during the remainder of his life, as a re- 
muneration for his meritorious services. 

Voghan, George. Capt. of Deer Creek Militia, Harford Co. — see 
Corbet, James. 

* Walckman, Michael, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 553). 

Walker, John. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 31. Treas. is directed to pay to 
John Walker, of Frederick county, half pay of a corporal, as a further 
compensation for those services rendered by him during the rev. war. 

* Walker, John, private, Houseger's Regt. (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 
Walker, John. Passed Mch. 8, 1848 — No. 35. State Treas. pay to 

Mary Walker, widow of John Walker, a soldier of the rev. quarterly, 
beginning Jan. i, 1848, half pay of a corporal, in consideration of her 
husband's services in the rev. war. 

Wall, William. Feb. 19, 181 9 — No. 63. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay to W"". Wall, of Dorchester county, an old soldier, quarterly 
payments of half pay of a private — further remuneration for his services 
during the rev. war. 

Passed Feb. 25, 1837 — No. 27. Treas. Western Shore pay to Kitturah 
Wall, widow of W"". Wall, a soldier of the Rev., $10.78 being for three 
months and seven days pension due her said husband at the time of his 
death. 

* Wall, W""., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 553). 



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Wall, W'". Passed Mch. 16, 1837 — No. 42. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to Kitturah Wall, widow of W"°. Wall, soldier of thfe rev., the half pay of a 
private, as a further remuneration for his services, during her life. 

Waller, W"". Ensign in 17"" Battn. Militia — see Schoolfield, W". 

t Waltman, Michael, private. Rev. army, of Frederick county. Pensioned 
Feb. 8, 1818 under Act of June 7, 1785, at $40.00 per annum, from Mch. 4, 
1789 (reed. $1,085.56) — at $64.00 per an. from Apr. 24, 1816 (reed. 
$118.11). (U. S. Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 14). 

Waltman, Michael. Feb. 18, 1825 — No. 24, p. 159. Treas. to pay to 
Michael Waltman, of Frederick county half pay of a private addl. comp. his 
services during rev. war. 

Waltman Michael. Passed Mch. 16, 1840 — No. 33. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Mary Waltman, of Frederick county, widow of Michael 
Waltman, a soldier of the rev., or her order, quarterly, during her life, the 
half pay of a private, in consideration of the rev. services of her said 
husband. 

* Wann, John, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 553). 

Ware, Lt. Col. Francis. Passed Nov. session 1800 — No. 7. Francis 
Ware (who heretofore commanded the troops of this state, then the colony 
of Md., with distinguished bravery and fidelity, and who, during the late 
rev. war, was lieut-col. of the 1st. reg. raised by this state, from which 
service he was compelled to retire by the infirmities peculiarly incident to 
the military life in these climates), has, by reason of his said infirm health, 
and misfortunes arising from those acts of benevolence which the duties of 
society often render indespensable, and not by imprudence or want of due 
economy, became reduced to extreme indigence in his advanced age; and 
it being imworthy (both in example & principle) of the citizens of a free 
republic, to desert, in their distress, those of their fellow-citizens who have 
rendered important services in distinguished stations, whilst high honours 
and great rewards attend public services in other forms of government; 
Resolved unanimously. That there be granted to the said Francis Ware 
half pay as lieut-col. (rated according to the establishment when he 
retired from the service) from date of this resolution, during the remainder 
of his Hfe; — treas. Western Shore pay same to said Francis Ware in 
quarterly payts. 

Warring, Lieut. Basil. Passed Mch. 4, 1834 — No. 43. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Ann Warring, widow of Basil Warring, during life, quarterly, 
half pay of a lieut., in consideration of the services rendered by her 
husband during the rev. war. 

Washington, General George. Passed Nov. session 1781 — No. i. "Re- 
solved unanimously. That the governor be requested to write to Mr. 
Peale, of Philadelphia, to procure, as soon as may be, the portrait of his 



404 MARYLAND RECORDS— KILTY'S LAWS 

Excellency General George Washington at full length, to be placed in the 
house of delegates, in grateful remembrance of that most illustrious 
character." 

Passed Nov. session 1799 — No. 5. Members of legislature Governor 
and all other officers of the state to wear scarfs and hatbands, as a tribute 
of respect to the memory of "the illustrious Washington — ■" anxious to 
pay every tribute of respect to the memory of the departed friend to his 
country, &c. 

Water, W'^. Corporal in 17"^ Battn. Militia — see Schoolfield, W". 

Waters, Jonathan. Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 52. Treas. of Western Shore 
directed to pay to Jonathan Waters, a rev. soldier, in quarterly payments 
during life, the half pay of a private. 

Waters, M. George. Commandant of 17"' Battn. of Militia, Jan. 3, 
1776, see Schoolfield, W". 

Waters, Capt. Richard. Passed Dec. session, 1815 (Jan. 23, 1816) — No. 
19. Treas. W^estern Shore pay to Richard Waters, late a capt. in the 
Md. Line, — half pay of a capt., as a further remuneration for the services 
rendered his country during the rev. war. 

* Waters, Richard, captain, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

Waters, Richard, Capt. Passed Mch. 12, 1827 — No. 62. Treas. pay to 
Richard Waters, of Baltimore, during life, half yearly, sum equal to pay of 
a captain, for his services during the rev. war. 

Waters, Richard, Capt. Passed Feb. 2, 1830 — No. 13. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Elizabeth J. Waters, during life, quarterly, half pay of a 
captain, in consideration of the services of her husband captain Richard 
Waters, during the rev. war. 

Waters, Wilson. Passed Mch. 16, 1836 — No. 59. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Margaret Waters, widow of Dr. Wilson Waters, quarterly 
during her life, half pay of a surgeon's mate in consideration of the services 
of her husband. (Indexed under Rev. Pensions). 

Watkins, John, Esq. Com'd. Capt. of the 3d. Independant Co. of 
Regular Troops to be raised in the Province. Given in Convention at 
Annapolis, Jan. 5, 1776. Signed pr. order Mat. Tilghman, Pres. 

Watkins, Capt. Gassaway — see Halkerstone, Robert. 

Passed Dec. session, 181 5 — No. 64. Treas. Western Shore pay unto 
Gassaway Walkins, late a capt. in the rev. war, quarterly, a sum equal to 
the half pay of a captain, in lieu of the sum already allowed him by a 
resolution passed at Nov. session, 181 1 , as a further remuneration for those 
services which so essentially contributed to the independence of his 
country. 

* Watkins, Gassaway, captain, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 
Watkins, Leonard. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 50. 



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Treas. Western Shore pay unto Leonard Watkins, a sergeant in the Md. 
Line, during the rev. war, or order, a sum of money annually in quarterly 
payts., equal to the half pay of a sergeant, as a further remuneration for 
those services rendered his country during the American war. 

Watkins, Leonard. Passed Feb. 28, 1839 — No. 37. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Mary Watkins, of Montgomery county, widow of Leonard 
Watkins, a sergeant of the rev. war, or her order, during life, quarterly, the 
half pay of a sergeant of the rev., commencing Jan. i, 1839. 

* Watkins, Leonard, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

Watkins, Nicholas, Gentleman. Com'd. ist. Lieut, in Capt. John 
Dorsey's Co. of the 22'' Battn. of Militia. Given at Annapolis, Aug. 28, 
1777. Th. Johnson. (X, No. 196). 

Watkins, Thomas, Esq. Com'd. Capt. of a Co. of Artillery of the 
Defence of the City of Annapolis. Given in Council of Safety, Oct. 26, 
1776. Danl. of St. Thos. Janifer, George Hands, J. Nicholson, Nic. 
Thomas. (X, No. 197). 

Capt. of a Co. in Anne Arundel Co., West River Battn. Mch. i, 1778 — 
see Stockett, Thos. Noble. 

Wats, James. Passed Feb. 5, 1833 — No. 10. Treas. Western Shore pay 
to James Wats, of Dorchester county, during life, quarterly, half pay of a 
private, for serv'ices rendered by him during the rev. war. 

t Watts, James, corporal. Rev. army, of Dorchester county. Pensioned 
at $60.00 per annum Jan. 15, 1816, dating from Feb. 20, 1808 (reed. 
$490.67) — at $96.00 per an. from Apr. 24, 1816 (reed. $1,618.66), and died 
Jan. 21, 1833. (U. S. Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 12). 

Watson, Lt. Col. W'^. H. Passed Mch. 6, 1850— No. 63. Treas. of Md. 
pay to Sarah Ann Watson, widow of Lt. Col. W". H. Watson, during her 
widowhood, an annual pension, quarterly, to commence from the time of 
passage of this resolution, "equal to the half pay proper of her late 
husband, as a Lieutenant Colonel of the Infantry of the United States"; 
not to exceed $30.00 per month. 

* Webber, Nathaniel, private, Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

Webster, Capt. John A. Passed Jan. 26, 1835 — No. 3. Governor to 
procure and present a sword to Capt. John A. Webster, native of Md., for 
gallantry during attack upon Baltimore Sept. 12, 1814. 

Wells, Martha. Passed Mch. 20, 1840 — No. 51. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Martha Wells, of Prince George's county, the widow of a rev. 
soldier, or to her order, quarterly, during her life, the half pay of a private, 
commencing Jan. i, 1840. 

Wells, Richard, Gentleman. Com'd. 2"* Lieut, of a Company of Militia 
in Anne Arundel Co. Given in Convention at Annapolis, Jan. 3, 1776. 
Mat. Tilghman, Pres. (X, No. 193). 



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To the Honorable the Council of Safety of Maryland, July 12, 1777. 
I, Richard Wells to whom the Honor of these presents was directed by the 
Honorable Council at the time being, Tho. Indisposed of a bad state 
Health, hath rendered him Impossible to attending duty since Sept. last. 
Should please God to "restore his health to a Capacity of assisting his 
Country in proportion of its Rights and Pri\'ileges, he will always be 
ready. Till then Humbly beg Permission to resign this Commission that 
it may not prevent the fulfilling it by an abler body at this Alarming 
Season. Honble. Sirs. Your ready Servant. Rich. Wells." 

West, Benj. Mch. 9, 1826 — No. 103, p. 260. Treas. of Western Shore 
pay to Benj. West of Baltimore, half pay of a private for his rev. war 
services. 

Wheatley, W": Passed Mch. 13, 1832 — No. 105. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Rhoda Wheatley, of Dorchester county, widow of W". 
W^heatley, a soldier of the rev. war, during widowhood, half yearly, half 
pay of a private, for services rendered by her husband during said war. 

Wheatley, W'". Passed Feb. 25, 1840 — No. 10. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to "Esther Williss, one of the legal representatives of Rhoda 
Wheatley," or to her order, $7.12^/2 due to said " Rhoda Wheatley," at the 
time of her death, June 5, 1839. 

Wheeler, Hezekiah. Capt. of Co. of Select Militia in Prince George's 
Co. May 25, 1781 — see Smith, Chas. 

t Wheeler, Nathaniel, private, Rev. army, of Somerset county. Pen- 
sioned under Act of June 7, 1785 from Mch. 4, 1789, at $60.00 per an. 
(reed. $1,628.33) — at $96.00 per an. from Apr. 24, 1816 (reed. $898.66). 
Died Nov. 5, 1825. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 18). 

Wheeler, Nathaniel. Passed Feb. 2, 1832 — No. 19. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Mary Wheeler, widow of Nathaniel Wheeler, a soldier of the 
rev, war, during her widowhood, half yearly, half pay of a private, in 
consideration of the serv-ices rendered by her said husband. 

* Whipple, W""., gunner, Mass. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 553). 

Whitaker, W". Passed Feb. 27, 1839 — No. 24. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Sarah Scrivner, of Baltimore city, former widow of William 
Whitaker, a soldier of the rev., or to her order, half pay of a private of the 
rev., during her Hfe, quarterly, commencing Jan. i, 1838. 

t White, James, private, Rev. army, of Montgomery county. Pensioned 
under Act of Jan 7, 1785, at $40.00 per an. from Mch. 4, 1789 (reed. 
$1,049.20)— at $96.00 per an. from May 27, 1815 (reed. $1,370.13). 
Died Oct. 21, 1829. (U. S. Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 16). 

White, James. Feb. 24, 1823 — No. 60. Treas. Western Shore is 
directed to pay to James White, of Montgomery county, half pay of a 
private, further compensation for his services during rev. war. 



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Passed, Feb. 5, 1830 — No. 19. Treas. Western Shore pay to Henry 
Harding, for use of Priscilla White, widow of the late James White, a 
pensioner of the State of Md. $22.33, being balance due said White at his 
death. 

* White, Jonathan, private, Va. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

White, Richard. Passed Feb. 11, 1835 — No. 11. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Margaret Lamb, widow of Richard White, a soldier of the rev., 
half pay of a private, quarterly, during her life. 

White, Samuel B. Mch. 7, 1826 — No. 86, p. 255. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Samuel B. White of Montgomery county, half pay of private, 
for his rev. war services. 

t White, Samuel B., private. Rev. army, of Montgomery county. 
Pensioned at $40.00 per an. under Act of June 7, 1785, from Mch. 4, 1789 
(reed. $763.78)— at $60.00 per an. from Apr. 8, 1808 (Act of Mch. 3, 1809) 
(reed. $482.67) — at $96.00 on Nov. 18, 1819, dating from Apr. 24, 1816 
(reed. $1,474.66). Died Jan. 18, 1832. (U. S. Pens. Rolls, 1835, p. 16.) 

White, Samuel B. Passed Mch. 6, 1832 — No. 70. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Sarah White, of Montgomery county, widow of Samuel B. 
White, a soldier of the rev. war, during widowhood, half yearly, half pay of 
a private, for the services rendered by her husband during said war. 

White, Thomas. Passed Feb. 3, 1828 — No. 10. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Thomas White, of Baltimore, half yearly, for life, half pay of 
private, further remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 

* Whitmore, Stephen, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

Wicks, Samuel, Gentleman. Com'd. Capt. of a Co. of Militia in Queen 
Anne's County in 5"" Battn. of Province of Md. Given in Convention at 
AnnapoHs, Jan. 3, 1776. Signed pr. order Mat. Tilghman, Pres. (X, No. 

199)- 

Wiery, Michael. Passed Apr. 6, 1841 — No. 8. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Elizabeth Wiery, widow of Michael Wiery, of York county, Pa., 
during life, half pay of a private, in consideration of services rendered by 
her husband during the rev. war. 

* Wilheid, Frederick, private, Houseger's Reg't. (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

t Wilkerson, Rich'd., private Rev. army, of Anne Arundel county, 
pensioned May 16, 1817 at $40.00 per month, from Mch. 4, 1789, under 
Act of June 7, 1785 (received $1,085.56). 

Pensioned at $64.00 per month Apr. 24, 1816 (received $119.11). 
(War Dept., 1835, p. 2). 

Wilkerson, Lieut. Young. Passed Nov. session 1810 — No. 12. Treas. 
Western Shore pay half yearly to Young Wilkerson, of Anne- Arundel 
county, a sum of money equal to half pay of a lieut. during his life. 

* Wilkerson, Young, lieut., Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 553). 



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Wilkinson, Col. James. Passed Dec. session, 1815 — No. 47. Whereas, 
it appears to this general assembly, that James Wilkinson, an officer of the 
rev. war, and who served to its termination, did not receive the com- 
mutation money of 5 years pay, in lieu of half pay for life, promised to the 
officers and soldiers, who continued in service to the end of the war; 
therefore. 

Resolved, That the treas. of Western Shore pay to said James Wilkinson, 
quarterly payments, during life, half pay of a colonel of dragoons, as 
remuneration for services rendered his country in the revolutionary 
struggle for liberty. 

Willcoxen, Jesse, Esq. Com'd. to be Capt. of a Company formerly 
commanded by W". Johnson in Lower Battn. of Militia in Montgomery 
Co. Given at Annapolis Aug. 4, 1780. Thos. S. Lee. (X, No. 200). 

Endorsement: Resigned May — , 1782. Samuel Briscoe Magruder 
succeeded him. 

Wilcoxen, Thomas, Gentleman. Com'd. 2"^ Lieut, of a Co. of Light 
Infantry in Prince George's County, belonging to the nth. Battn. of 
Militia in this Province. Given in Convention at Annapolis, Jan. 3, 
1776. Signed pr. order Mat. Tilghman, Pres. (X, No. 201). 

Williams, Charles, Bullock, Jesse. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. I, 
'i3)^No. 27. Treas. Western Shore pay to Charles Williams, likewise 
Jesse Bullock, late privates in the Md. Line during the rev. war, quarterly, 
a sum of money equal to half pay of a private, as a further remuneration 
for their services by which their country has been so essentially benefitted. 

* Williams, Charles, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 553). 

Williams, David, Gentleman. Com'd. Capt. in John Williams' Co. in 
Princess Anne Battn. of Militia in Somerset County. Given at Baltimore 
Town, Sept. 22, 1777. Th. Johnson. (X, No. 222). Endorsement: 
Thomas Williams, Ensign. 

Williams, Elisha, Capt. Passed Feb. 27, 1832 — No. 34. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Harriet Williams, of Georgetown, D. C, in con- 
sideration of services rendered by her deceased husband, EHsha Williams, a 
captain in the rev. war, during her life, quarterly, a sum equal to half pay 
of a captain. 

Williams, John. Passed Dec. session, 181 5 — No. 18. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to John Williams, of St. Mary's county, a late meritorious 
soldier in the rev. war — half pay of a corporal, as a provision to him in his 
indigent situation now advanced in life, & as a further remuneration for 
those services by which his country has been so essentially benefitted. 

Williams, John. Passed Feb. 3, 1828 — No. 8. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to John Williams, of Baltimore, during life, half yearly, half pay of a 
private, further remuneration for his services during the rev. war. 



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* Williams, John, ist. private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

* Williams, John, 2d, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 
Williams, John. Capt. of a Somerset Co. Company of Militia in 

Princess Anne Battn., Sept. 22, 1777 — see Schoolfield, Benj. 

On the back: Vacancies in the Salisbury Battalion Ensign to Capt. R. 
Dashield; 2d Lieut, to Capt. W". Turpin; Corp'l. to Edward Kellum. 

2d Lieut to Capt. Conway's Co. — ^John Evans (of Nicho), ist. Lieut, to 
Capt. Turpin's Co. — ^John Phillips. Ensign to Capt. Coole's Co. — 
Le^^n Handy. Th. Johnson. 

Williams, Joseph. Feb. 25, 1824 — No. 32, p. 172. Treas. to pay to 
Joseph Williams, of Annapolis, half pay of a private, further remun. for his 
ser\'ices during rev. war. 

Passed Mch. 21, 1833 — No. 67. Reg. land office issue to Joseph 
Williams, of Annapolis, a soldier of the rev. war, a warrant and later 
patent for 50 acres of vacant land in Allegany county, without any 
composition money. 

Williams, Lieut. Osborn. Passed Feb. 19, 1819 — No. 65. Half pay of a 
lieut. is directed to be paid to Osborne Williams during life. (War service 
is not specified). 

* Williams, Osborn, lieutenant, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

Willin, Charles. Passed Feb. 27, 1839 — No. 23. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Eleanor Robertson, of Somerset county, former widow of Charles 
^^'illin, a rev. soldier, the half pay of a seaman and private of the rev., 
during her life, commencing Jan. i, 1839. 

Willin, Evans. Passed Feb. 23, 1832 — No. 44. Treas. Western Shore 
pay to Mary Easom, of Dorchester county, widow of Evans Willin, a 
revolutionary soldier, during her widowhood, half yearly, half pay of a 
private, for services rendered by her husband during said war. 

Willin, Levin, Sr. Passed Feb. 12 (?), 1833 — No. 12. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Levin Willin, Sr., of Somerset county, a soldier of the rev. 
war, during life, quarterly, half pay of a private, for the services rendered 
by him during the rev. war. 

Willis, Andrew. Passed Dec. session, 181 7 (Feb. 6, 1818) — No. 29. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Andrew Willis, of Washington county, a 
private in the rev. war, quarterly, the half pay of a private, as a further 
remuneration to him for those services by which his country has been so 
essentially benefitted. 

* Willis, Andrew, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

Willis, Andrew. Feb. 18, 1825 — No. 25, p. 159. Treas. to pay Lettie 
Willis, of Wash, county, half pay of a private as further compensation for 
her husband x\ndrew Willis's services during rev. war, beginning from date 
to which husband's pension has been pd. 



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Willmot, Robert, Lieut. — see Britton, Joseph. 

Passed Feb. 13, 1836 — No. 23. Treas. pay to Robert Wilmot, a 
soldier of the rev., half pay of a lieut. of artillery instead of half pay of 
lieut. of the line during life. 

t Wills, John, private, Rev. army, of Baltimore county. Pensioned 
under Act of June 7, 1785 at $40.00 per annum, dating from Mch. 4, 1789 
(reed. $1,085.64). Pensioned at $64.00 per an. from Apr. 24, 1816 (rec'd. 
$55.11). (U. S. Pension Rolls, 1835, p. 11). 

Wilso7t, David. Feb. 16, 1820 — No. 45. Treas. of Western Shore is 
directed to pay to David Wilson, of Washington county, half pay of a 
private for his rev. war services. 

Passed Feb. 20, 1829 — No. 24. Treas. pay to Rachel Wilson, widow of 
the late David Wilson, whatever sum appears to have been due to her said 
husband David Wilson, at time of his decease, on account of his services 
during the rev. war. 

* Wilson, David, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

* Willson, Richard, captain, Md. Line — died June 27, 1818 (Jan. 1820, p. 

552). 

Wimber, Thomas. Passed Feb. 3, 1828 — No. 11. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Thomas Wimber, of Worcester county, half yearly, half pay 
of a private, further remuneration for his services during rev. war. 

Winhrough, Thos. P. Passed Feb. 2, 1832 — No. 23. Treas. Western 
Shore pay to Leah Winbrough, widow of Thomas P. Winbrough, a soldier 
of the rev. war, during her widowhood, half yearly, half pay of a private, 
for services of her husband during said war. 

* Wink, Jacob, private, Houseger's Reg't. (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 
Wolcott, W". Passed Feb. 26, 1829 — No. 34. Treas. Western Shore 

pay to W™. Wolcott, of state of Ohio, a soldier of the rev. war, during life, 
half yearly, half pay of a private, for his services during the rev. war. 

* Wood, Thomas, private, Md. Line — died Aug. 2, 1819 (Jan. 1820, p. 

552). 

* Woodburn, Jonathan, private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 552). 

Woolf, John. Recommended as Ensign for a Company of Militia in 
Frederick Co. Endorsed on a com'n. dated Oct. 13, 1777 — see Manyard, 
Nathan. 

Wooiters, \^Wootton,'] Richard, Gentleman. Com'd. 1st. Lieut, of a 
Company in Prince George's Co. to which Robert Tyler was elected, 
belonging to the 25"" Battn. of Militia of this Province. Given in Con- 
vention at Annapolis, Jan. 3, 1776. Signed pr. order Mat. Tilghman, 
Pres. (X, No. 214). 

Officers for this Co. of Militia: Capt. Henderson Magruder; 1st. Lt. 
Richard Wootton; 2d. Lt. Singleton Wootton; Ensign, Joseph Jones; 



REVOLUTIONARY WAR PENSIONS 411 

1st. Sergent, John Ridgeway. It is the Unanimous wish of the Company 
that Mr. John Ridgeway take his in order. 

Wright, Edward. Passed Feb. 9, 1820 — No. 11. Treas. Western Shore 
is directed to pay to Edward Wright of Kent county a balance of ii£. 5s. 
due as a Heut. during the rev. war. 

Wright, Jesse. Passed Nov. session, 1812 (Jan. 2, 1813) — No. 38. 
Treas. Western Shore pay to Jesse Wright, an old soldier, during the rev. 
war, — half pay of a private, as a further remuneration, &c. 

Wright, Capt. Samuel T. Passed Jan. 30, 1837 — No. 10. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Ann Wright, widow of capt. Saml. T. Wright, half 
pay of a captain, during her life, as a further remuneration for his services 
during the rev. 

Wykall, or Wycall, Adam. Passed Mch., 1833 — No. 53. Treas. 
Western Shore pay to Ann Martin, of Prince George's county, widow of 
the late Adam Wykall, or Wycall, during her widowhood, quarterly, half 
pay of a private, for the services rendered by her said deceased husband, 
during the rev. war. 

Wyndham, Sarah. Passed Feb. 22, 1822 — (No. 42, p. 178). Treas. 
Western shore is directed to pay to Sarah Wyndham, of Annapolis, 
quarterly &c., half pay of a sergeant, — services rendered by her husband 
during the rev. war. 

Passed, Mch. 2, 1842 — No. 27. Treas. Western Shore pay to Andrew 
Sheer, of Annapolis, $20.83, being amt. due Sarah Wyndham for pension 
per resolution No. 42, 1822, to Aug. 5, 1841, the day of her death. 

t Yoe, Stephen, sergeant Rev. army, of Queen Ann's county. Pensioned 
from Mch. 11, 1789 under Act of June 7, 1785, at $60.00 per annum (reed. 
$1,628.33) — at $96.00 per an. from Apr. 24, 1816 (reed. $466.66). Died in 
1823. (U. S. Pens. Roll, 1835, p. 17). 

Young, Benj. Passed Dec. session, 1816 — No. 26. Treas. Western 
Shore pay unto Benj. Young, of Baltimore county, late a sergeant in the 
rev. war, quarterly, during his life, the half pay of a sergeant, as a further 
remuneration for those services by which his country has been so essentially 
benefitted. 

* Young, Benj., private, Md. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 553). 

* Young, Henry, private. Pa. Line (Jan. 1820, p. 553). 



ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY MARRIAGES 



Anne Arundel County, Marriage Licenses* 
5800 Licenses = 11,640 

Aaron Adams m. Mary Sappington, Sept. i8, 1804. 

George Adams m. Elizabeth Mass, [Marr?] Aug. i, 1796. 

George Adams m. Elizabeth Welch, Dec. 4, 1807. 

Hance Adams m. Philis Westlick, Dec. 19, 1777. 

John Adams m. Henny Philips, Nov. 17, 1797. 

John Adams m. Rebecca Johnson, July 28, 1802. 

Joshua Adams m. Ann Kelly, Dec. 24, 1791. 

Moses Adams m. Rebecca Sappington, Feb. 4, 1806. 

Thomas Adams m. Margaret Coleman, June 26, 1802. 

John Addison m. Lucy Watkins, Jan. 24, 1783. 

Walter Dulany Addison m. Elizabeth Hasselius, June 5, 1792. 

Robert Ailsworth m. Anne Duvall, Sept. 28, 1793. 

Charles Aisquith m. Mary Wood, Dec. 5, 1817. 

Robert Alcock m. Lydia Musgrove, Nov. 10, 1797. 

William Alexander m. Polly Harwood Stockett, May 14, 1799. 

Adam Allen m. Barbara Burgess, Oct. 21, 1786. 

Azel Allen m. Elizabeth Lowman, Nov. 26, 1818. 

Benjamin Allen m. Elizabeth Tongue, Jan. 8, 1790. 

George Allen m. Ann Chaney, Jan. 18, 1786. 

George Allen m. Ann White, May 25, 1815. 

John Allen m. Susannah PhiHps, Feb. 19, 1783. 

Jo^ MCubbin Allen m. Mary Kirkland, June 18, 1793. 

William Allen m. Dinah Sanders, Dec. i, 1779. 

William Allen m. Mary Philips, Feb. 4, 1780. 

William Allan m. Elizabeth Rawlings, Jan. 5, 1789. 

James AlHson m. EHzabeth Bowers, Jan. 6, 1817. 

Nathan Allnutt m. Anne Little, Dec. 10, 1803. 

John Alwell m. Anne Larimore, Apr. 21, 1815. 

William Allwell m. Sarah PhilHps, June i, 1780. 

William Allwell m. Sarah Kelty, Apr. 13, 1790. 

Holsey Alsip m. Juliet Brown, Dec. 11, 1807. 

John Aman m. Rebecca Jones, Sept. 20, 1788. 

John Ambler m. Sarah Lyles, Apr. 26, 1799. 

Andrew Anderson m. Ann Belmear, Aug. 10, 1778. 

Edward Anderson m. Susanna Cheney, Dec. 12, 1797. 

* Transcribed from the County Records, by the late George W. Hodges. 

415 



41 6 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Jacob Anderson m. Eliza Owens, Jan. 2, i8ii. 
James Anderson m. Jemima Taylor, Feb. ii, 1795. 
James Anderson m. Anne Whedon, Dec. 10, 1800. 
James Anderson m. Ann Wheeler, Feb. 10, 1813. 
Joseph Anderson m. Sarah Coulter, Jan. 27, 1797. 
Joshua Anderson m. Sarah Farroll, Dec. 5, 1806. 
Samuel Anderson m. EHzabeth Anderson, Mch. 26, 1812. 
Thomas Anderson m. Henrietta Paca, Nov. 6, 1794. 
Thomas Anderson m. Julianna M'Coy, June 22, 1820. 
William Anderson m. Sarah Wayman, May 28, 1778. 
William Anderson m. Sarah Belmear, May 22, 1781. 
William Anderson m. Elizabeth Willett, Jan. 11, 1785. 
William Andrews m. Lidia Medcalf, May 4, 1790. 
Atlanatious Anglin m. Rachel Philips, Feb. 10, 1812. 
Rezin Appleby m. Susanna Davis, Aug. 11, 1779. 
Benjamin Armager m. Ann Lambert, Dec. 23, 1793. 
Benjamin Armiger m. Sarah Hutton, Dec. 21, 1814. 
John Armager m. Williama Whittington, Jan. 29, 1781. 
John Armager m. Eleanor Trott, Jan. 10, 1798. 
John Armiger m. Mary Sheckells, Feb. 29, 1810. 
John Armiger m. Ann Dove, Jan. 14, 1820. 
Leonard Armiger m. Frances Brown, Aug. 29, 1794. 
Leonard Armager m. Anne Elickson, Jan. 22, 1803. 
Samuel Armager m. Elizabeth Scott, Sept. 27, 1788. 
Samuel Armager m. Elizabeth Gatwood, Dec. 17, 1793. 
Samuel Armiger m. Rachel Sheckels, Mch. 27, 1807. 
Samuel Armiger m. Rebecca Little, Oct. 13, 1815. 
Thomas Armiger m. Elizabeth Hill, Jan. 2, 1818. 
William Armager m. Jane Whittington, Dec. 18, 1783. 
William i^rmiger m. Charlotte Duvall, Jan. 21, 1807. 
John Arnold m. Rebecca Redmond, Dec. i, 1819. 
Richard Arnold m. Jane Sherburn, Dec. 21, 1805. 
Robert Arnold m. Sarah Wells, Mch. 14, 1814. 
Samuel Arnold m. Sarah Wheeler, Apr. 20, 1820. 
Greenbury Ashley m. Mary Marsh, Sept. 19, 1797. 
John Ashley m. Rebecca Phillips, Nov. 16, 1796. 
John Ashley m. EHzabeth Culver, Mch. 18, 1802. 
Lyles Askew m. Artridge Pritchard, Jan. 23, 1790. 
John Askue m. Frances Poor, Dec. 22, 1809. 
Jonathan Asque m. Alse Trott, Oct. 17, 1795. 
Nathan Atkinson m. Elizabeth Hunter, Feb. 19, 1795. 
Augustine Atwell m. Mary Ann Howard, Nov. 14, 181 5. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 417 

Benjamin Atwell m. Sarah Kidd, Jan. 11, 1781. 
Benjamin Atwell m. Rachel Hopkins, Feb. 15, 1792. 
Benjamin Atwell m. Elizabeth Randall, Jan. 15, 1799. 
Benjamin Atwell m. Alary Wells, Dec. 17, 1808. 
Benjamin Atwell m. Honore Tucker, May 27, 1815. 
Benjamin Atwell m. Mary Norman, June 11, 1816. 
John Atwell m. Rebecca Dawson, May 26, 1810. 
Joseph Atwell m. Rebecca Wells, Aug. 24, 1784. 
Joseph Atwell m. Ann Pritchard, Nov. 27, 1802. 
Roger Atwell m. Jane Kirby, May 8, 181 5. 
Samuel Atwell m. Mary Maccoy, Dec. 7, 1778. 
Thomas Atwell m. Sarah Randall, Aug. 31, 1801. 
Thomas Atwell m. Christiana Kirby, Feb. 7, 1817. 
William Atwell m. Elizabeth Rawlings, Jan. 25, 1799. 
John Austin m. Ann Beeden, May 11, 1777. 
Elie Babbs m. Mary Thrawls, Apr. 22, 1805. 
Thomas Babbs m. Rachel Pumphrey, Feb. 9, 1799. 
John Babes m. Ann MCubbin, Oct. 10, 1780. 
Benjamin Baden m. Elizabeth Whittington, Jan. 25, 1793. 
Edward Baldwin m. Mary Marriott, Nov. 30, 1801. 
Francis Baldwin m. Sarah Duvall, June 5, 1810. 
Francis Baldwin m. Mary Sewell, Dec. 19, 1814. 
Henry Baldwin m. Sarah RawHngs, Jan. 31, 1784. 
Henry Baldwin m. Maria Woodward, Jan. 25, 1790. 
John Baldwin m. Rachel Hopper, Jan. 13, 1791. 
John Baldwin m. Charlotte Mitchell, Aug. 26, 1807. 
Rezin D. Baldwin m. Charlotte Sullivan, Nov. 14, 1812. 
Samuel Baldwin m. Eliz. Hopper, Feb. 7, 1786. 
Tyler Baldwin m. Tomsey Davidge, Mch. 12, 1785. 
William H. Baldwin m. Jane Maria Woodward, Oct. 6, 1817. 
William P. Bald\\^n m. CaroHne Williams, Dec. 22, 1818. 
John Ball m. Elizabeth Battee, June 24, 1799. 
Richard Ball m. Susan Lee, June 15, 1816. 
Thomas Ball m. EHzabeth Williams, Apr. 22, 1778. 
Thomas Ball m. Elizabeth Guinn, Mch. 14, 1799. 
William Ball m. Sarah Dorsey, Feb. 16, 1788. 
Da\'id Bangs m. Ruth Phelps, June 18, 1789. 
John Banon m. JuHa Pendergast, Mch. 26, 1789. 
John Thomas Barber m. Catherine Taylor, Feb. 28, 1794. 
John Tho'. Barber m. Susanna Rowlings, Oct. 29, 1796. 
Luke W. Barber m. Susanna Rowles, Apr. 20, 1799. 
Jacob Bare m. Elizabeth W. Dorsey, Jan. 7, 1813. 
28 



4i8 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

John Barker m. Margaret Atwell, Dec. 20, 1781. 
William Barker m. Rachel FrankHn, Mch. 25, 1783. 
Zachariah Barnes m. Catherine Barnes, Feb. 14, 1794. 
Caleb Barry m. EHzabeth Anderson, Nov. 21, 1818. 
Elisha Barry m. Rachel Lucas, Jan. 10, 1816. 
Isaac Barry m. Martha Allien, Mch. 27, 1805. 
Jacob Barry m. Susanna Hall, July 31, 1778. 
Jacob Barry m. Mary Disney, May 30, 1788. 
John Barry m. Mary Watkins, Aug. 28, 1792. 
Joshua Barry m. Mirryam Chancy, Feb. 16, 1803. 
Philip Barry m. Rachel King, Mch. 30, 1793. 
Philip Barry m. Sarah Disney, July i, 1795. 
WilHam Barry m. Mary Hinson, June 22, 1777. 
Benjamin Basford m. Elizabeth Sheckell, Jan. 5, 1782. 
Benjamin Basford m. Ann Whittington, Apr. 30, 1788. 
Henry Basford m. Mary Watkins, Dec. 12, 1794. 
Richard Bassford m. Sarah Taylor, Mch. 27, 1812. 
Thomas Bassford m. Elizabeth Lusby, Oct. 3, 181 1. 
Zachariah Basford m. Anne Plummer, Dec. 4, 1789. 
James Basil m. Rebecca Read, Oct. 16, 1790. 
John Basil m. Ruth Nicholls, Jan. 27, 1781. 
John Basil m. Lilly Anderson, Dec. 22, 1818. 
Joseph Basil m. Lettitia [lims^?], June 23, 1791. 
Ralph Basil m. Elizabeth Sanders, Nov. 3, 1780. 
Ralph Basil m. Elizabeth Cartle, Dec. 10, 1791. 
Robert Basil m. Mary Sheers, Dec. 3, 1802. 
John Battee m. Lucy Harwood, Jan. 28, 1785. 
Richard Battee m. Susanna Mayo, Dec. 10, 1794. 
Richard Battee m. Sarah Smith, Dec. 15, 1797. 
Richard H. Battee m. Patty E. Cowman, July 22, 1816. 
Samuel Bayly m. Mary Ann Dorsey, Nov. 15, 1795. 
Zepheniah Beall m. Lotty Ray, Mch. 18, 1800. 
Absolom Bealmear m. Anne Waters, Feb. 2, 1820. 
John Beard m. Susannah Chapman, Apr. 7, 1798. 
John Beard m. Rhody Wells, Feb. 24, 181 6. 
Jonathan Beard m. Mary Gray, Nov. 29, 1783. 
Jonathan Beard m. Rebecca Stockett, Feb. 24, 1791. 
Joseph Beard m. Ann Ray, Dec. 29, 1787. 
Joseph Beard m. Ann Beard, Apr. 18, 1808. 
Matthew Beard m. Mary Dorsey, Oct. 31, 1786. 
Richard Beard m. Sarah Coale, Dec. 21, 1789. 
Richard Beard m. Eleanor Philpot, Dec. 4, 18 16. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 419 

Stephen Beard m. Margaret Rutland, Jan. 28, 1802. 

Stephen Beard m. Susanna Rawlings, Feb. 17, 1808. 

Thomas Beard m. Ann Chapman, Nov. 25, 1779. 

Anthony Beck m. Jamima Baldwin, Feb. 8, 1785. 

James Beck m. Rebecca Waters, Dec. 9, 1785. 

Joseph Beck m. Mary Stewart, Dec. 18, 1792. 

Benjamin Beckett m. Margaret Hyatt, Jan. 21, 1792. 

William Levin Beckett m. Mary Clarke, Dec. 28, 1791. 

W". Turner Bedford m. JuHa Wysham, June 9, 1805. 

Francis Belmere m. Elizabeth Anderson, Oct. 6, 1794. 

Francis Belmear m. Sarah Warfield, Oct. 9, 181 1. 

John Belmear m. Mary Years, Oct. 16, 1783. 

Samuel Belmear m. Juith \'enus, Nov. 16, 1793. 

John Wright Belt m. Sarah APComkin, July 22, 1797. 

Osborn Belt m. Eleanor Macnew, May 18, 1796. 

Robert B. Belt m. Rachel G. Deale, Apr. 16, 1805. 

John Bennett m. Margaret Ray, Feb. 2, 1793. 

Sayers James Bennett m. Mary Jenings, Oct. 27, 1796. 

Alexander Benning m. Ann Valiant, Aug. i, 1785. 

William B. Benson m. Susan Taylor, July 25, 1816. 

Edmund Benton m. Ann Meek, May 6, 1784. 

Edward Berry m. Lucinda Trutten, Mch. 18, 1784. 

William C. Betherny m. Susanna Welch, May 18, 1798. 

George Bevans m. Mary Ogle, July 21, 1804. 

Benjamin S. C. Bickford m. EHzabeth Tydings, Sept. 3, 1812. 

WiUiam Bigg m. EHzabeth Ferguson, Sept. 2, 1783. 

Francis Bird m. Rebecca Tucker, July 29, 1808. 

Jacob Bird m. Susanna Lee, Nov. 17, 1808. 

John Bird m. Mary Phips, Jan. 6, 1813. 

Thomas Bicknell m. Julia Clarke, Jan. 19, 1805. 

William Bird m. Ann M'^Cauley, Dec. 11, 1788. 

WilHam Bird m. Ann Williams, July 16, 1799. 

William Bird m. Susanna RawHngs, Aug. 3, 1816. 

Francis Birkhead m. Margaret Simmons, Feb. 28, 1780. 

John Birkhead m. EHzabeth Plummer, Nov. 5, 1807. 

John G. Birckhead m. Mary Chaney, Oct. 26, 1820. 

Nehemiah Birkhead m. Anne Parker, June 7, 1810. 

Nehemiah Birkhead m. Mary Drury, Jan. 27, 1813. 

Thomas Black m. Fanny Jenkins, Jan. 2, 1808. 

John Blackswell m. Sarah Lancaster, Jan. 16, 1780. 

Richard Blackerston m. Rebecca FrankHn, Sept. 4, 1805. 

Gilbert Bland m. Mary Syton, May 23, 1778. 



420 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

John Bloodworth m. Mary Price, Dec. 17, 1795. 
Edward Blunt m. Elizabeth Trott, Aug. 22, 1778. 
Edward Blunt m. Anne Scrivener, Feb. 11, 1809. 
John Bond m. Mary Burke, June 28, 1792. 
Burle Boone m. Elizabeth Moss, Apr. 28, 1779. 
Burley G. Boone m. Rebecca W. Fowler, Oct. 2, 1815. 
Charles Boone m. Mary Cromwell, Dec. 9, 181 7. 
James Boone m. Anne Small, Nov. 20, 1799. 
John Boone m. Providence Pumphrey, Apr. 15, 1780. 
Jn°. Boone T. Nich^ m. Eleanor Drain, June 17, 1806. 
Richard Boone m. Cordelia Pumphrey, Feb. 5, 1780. 
Stephen Boone m. Eliza Merriken, Nov. 29, 1815. 
Thomas Boone m. Ann Cooper, Jan. 18, 1779. 
Thomas Boone m. Hellen Cromwell, Aug. 7, 1799. 
Peter Boose m. Priscilla Boose, Oct. 5, 1819. 
James Booth m. Eliza Jones, Jan. 19, 1818. 
Henry Bordley m. Ann Ware, Dec. 15, 1798. 
John W. Bordley m. Sarah Whittington, Aug. 6, 1818. 
James Bordman m. Ruth Shepherd, Mch. 22, 1792. 
James Boardman m. Sarah Weedon, Feb. 10, 1795. 
Somerset Bowen m. Cassander Childs, Jan. 22, 1817. 
John Bowers m. Eliz". Priestley, Dec. 3, 18 10. 
Allen Bowie m. Sarah Chew, Dec. 18, 1787. 
Allen Bowie m. Charlotte Boone, Feb. 4, 1803. 
Daniel Bowie m. Frances Rebecca Lane, May 13, 1814. 
Thomas H. Bowie m. Elizabeth H. Ray, Feb. i, 1812. 
John Boyd m. Elizabeth Carrick, Dec. 18, 1787. 
Joseph Boyd m. Mary Scott, Aug. 18, 1 791. 
Thomas Boyde m. Margaret Lansdall, Feb. 17, 1784. 
James Boyle m. Mary Rooke, Sept. 13, 1781. 
James Boyle m. Susan Maccubbin, May 11, 1812. 
John Bradenbaugh m. Priscilla Few, Oct. 25, 1803. 
George Bradford m. Mary Mallone, Dec. 20, 1819. 
William Bradford m. Eleanor Isaacs, Jan. 27, 1817. 
Thomas Brant m. Rebecca Trott, Feb. 13, 1806. 
Francis Brashears m. Eleanor Knighton, Jan. 22, 1811. 
Ja^ Brasheres m. Ann Chew, Dec. i, 1784. 
Jesse Brashears m. Anne Lambath, Feb. 16, 1792. 
Joshua Brashears m. Ann Chew, Nov. 30, 1784. 
Levie Brashars m. Fanny Lambeth, Jan. 9, 1793. 
John Bray m. Julia Phillips, Sept. 21, 1803. 
Joseph Bray m. Sarah Kelly, Jan. 2, 1797. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 421 

Henry Bremont m. Elizabeth Rummells, May 16, 1820. 

Brice Brewer m. Frances Williams, Apr. 14, 1814. 

Enos Brewer m. Elizabeth Lavey, Aug. 4, 1809. 

Henry Brewer m. Mary Yieldhall, Aug. 24, 1813. 

John Brewer m. Ann Watkins Smith, May 11, 1784. 

John Brewer m. Elizabeth Garston, June 28, 1800. 

Jn°. Hammond Brewer m. Ann Maria Ball, July 16, 1810. 

Joseph Brewer m. Mary Birkhead, Feb. 4, 1802. 

Joseph N. N. Brewer m. Elizabeth Wilmot, Dec. 21, 1799. 

Lloyd Brewer m. Elizabeth Sappington, July 10, 1813. 

Nicholas Brewer m. Frances Davis, Aug, 12, 1794. 

Nicholas Brewer m. Sarah M'Cubbin, June 21, 1800. 

Nicholas Brewer Jn^ m. Julia Steuart, Oct. 30, 181 7. 

Thomas Brewer m. Susannah Lampley, Aug. 22, 1782. 

William Brewer m. Alecia Thompson, July 5, 1796. 

Edmund Brice m. Harriott Woodward, Sept. 10, 1783. 

Edmund Brice m. Charlotte Eliza Ann Moss, July 17, 1818. 

James Brice m. Julianna Jennings, May 23, 1781. 

Daniel Brigdell m. Ann Foreman, Mch. 8, 1779. 

Richard Brigdell m. Eleanor Allen, Mch. 6, 1792. 

Richard Brigdell m. Patience Parsons, Sept. 13, 1785. 

Thomas Brigdell m. Mary Johnson, Jan. 8, 1795. 

Jo^ Bright m. BeHnda Hammond, July 17, 1787. 

James Bright m. Mary Ann Tydings, May 24, 1800. 

John Bright m. Elizabeth Gray, Aug. 23, 1810. 

Nathan Bright m. Hanna Stinchecum, Oct. 3, 1801. 

William Brogden m. Margaret M'^CuUoch, Dec. 19, 1795. 

John H. Brookes m. Ann Mahan, Jan. 13, 1819. 

William Broughton m. Elizabeth Close, Aug. 27, 1781. 

Basil Brown m. Henrietta Hammond, Aug. 10, 1787. 

Benjamin Brown m. Dinah Phelps, Feb. 26, 1783. 

Dauzy Brown m. Mary Ann Chilton, May 21, 1813. 

Francis Brown m. Sarah LambHn, Feb. 9, 1793. 

George Brown m. Rachel Chilton, May 19, 1804. 

Gideon Brown m. Mary Flowers, June 17, 1807. 

Henry H. Brown m. Mary Ann Cross, Dec. 23, 1816. 

John Brown m. Laurania Rawlings, Mch. 3, 1783. 

John Brown m. Elizabeth Harrison, Apr. 7, 1792. 

John Brown m. Mary Joiner, Aug. 23, 1805. 

Joseph Brown m. Henrietta Clarke, June 19, 1783. 

Joseph G. Brown m. Anne King, June 12, 1810. 

Kensey Brown m. Maria Woodward, Dec. 15, 1817. 



422 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Philemon Brown m. Margery Gaither, Dec. 12, 1787. 

Rasha Brown m. Elizabeth Pople, July 15, 1814. 

Richard Brown m. Elizabeth Childs, Jan. 31, 1791. 

Richard Brown Sn^ m. Anne Wood, July 8, 1794. 

William Brown m. Mary Hammond, Dec. 6, 1782. 

William Brown m. Elizabeth Griffith, Apr. 14, 1786. 

William Brown m. Nackey Wilson, Jan. 26, 1791. 

William Brown m. Tomsey Thomas, Mch. 21, 1810. 

John Bruce Jn". m. Sarah Lane, Apr. 19, 1794. 

Frederick Bryan m. Elizabeth Derry, Dec. 21, 1796. 

Frederick Bryan m. Julia Bray, Dec. 23, 1805. 

James Bryan m. Anne Love, Feb. 9, 1791. 

John Bryan m. Lydia M. Donald, June 28, 1777. 

John Bryan m. Lavenia Baldwin, Jan. 13, 1797. 

John Bryan m. Elizabeth Randall, Feb. i, 1808. 

Joseph Bryan m. Elizabeth Brewer, Apr. 24, 1804. 

Samuel Bryant m. Nacky Wood, Dec. 18, 1799. 

Thomas Buchanan m. Reb''. Maria Harriet Anderson, April 11, 1798. 

John Buff m. Priscilla Read, Jan. 5, 1790. 

William Burdit m. Rachel Mobberly, May 6, 1777. 

Elijah Burgee m. Mary M. Danieson, Nov. 27, 1816. 

Basil Burgess m. Eleanor Dorsey, Jan. 11, 1785. 

Benjamin Burgess m. Agnes Battee, Nov. 2, 1780. 

Caleb Burgess m. Susannah Mercer, Apr. 6, 1787. 

Enock M. Burgess m. Sarah L. C. Smith, May i, 1806. 

John Burgess m. Eleanor Griffith, July 27, 1785. 

John Burgess m. Rachel Thomas, Mch. 14, 1798. 

John West Burgess m. Sarah Battee, Feb. 3, 1787. 

Jn°. West Burgess m. Sarah Simmons, Aug. 29, 1796. 

Michael Burgess m. Sarah Warfield, Oct. 22, 1783. 

Samuel Burgess m. Henrietta Warfield, Jan. 31, 1805. 

Vachel Burgess m. Rebecca Dorsey, Oct. I, 1782. 

William Burgess m. Susannah Coale, Oct. 27, 1800. 

John Burnet m. Eleanor Butler, Apr. 16, 1808. 

Peter E. Burras m. Kitty Lambeth, Dec. 29, 1806. 

Henry Burns m. Priscilla Owens, Mch. 21, 1780. 

Thomas Burns m. Eleanor Doudle, May 20, 1777. 

Edmund Burton m. Ann Henwood, May 4, 1788. 

John Burton m. Rachel Henwood, Nov. 22, 1785. 

Benjamin Busey m. Eleanor Trott, June 9, 1804. 

Benjamin Busey m. Ann Popham, Nov. 24, 1819. 

Henry Busey m. Sarah Powell, May 18, 1795. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 423 



Henry Busey m. Elizabeth Carr, Sept. 4, 1806. 
Joseph Busey m. Eliza S. Kelly, Mch. 30, 1816. 
Samuel Bussey m. Mary Mead, Feb. i, 1785. 
Samuel Busey m. Catherine Carr, Feb. Ii, 1793. 
George Bush m. Susan Smith, Jan. 2, 1809. 
James Butler m. Rebecca Welsh, Nov. 30, 1779. 
Richard Butler m. Rebecca Foggett, Aug. 22, 1814. 
Benjamin Cadle m. Sarah Tucker, Dec. 13, 1782. 
Samuel Cadle m. Elizabeth M'Cauley, Dec. 24, 1778. 
Samuel Cadle m. EHzabeth Short, Dec. 5, 1789. 
Thomas Cadle m. Nancy Hall, Feb. 15, 1803. 
William Cadle m. Mary Hall, Nov. 26, 1805. 
Zachariah Cadle m. Rachel Gaither, Oct. 25, 1786. 
Charles Caiter m. Sarah Debricks, Dec. 30, 1812. 
WiUiam Calder m. Harriet Jackson, Jan. 13, 1802. 
William Caldwell m. Mary Culbart, Feb. 15, 1780. 
John Callahan m. Sarah Buckland, June 22, 1782. 
George Calvert m. Rosalie Stier, June 10, 1799. 
John S. Camden m. Anne Smith, Nov. 29, 1808. 
James Campbell m. Mary W^alker, June 2, 1785. 
William Campbell m. Rebecca Carter, Aug. 3, 1777. 
Henry Carick m. Darky Clarke, Nov. 25, 1789. 
John Carl m. Ann Dudley, Aug. 24, 1781. 
William Carman m. Mary M^Cauley, Oct. 28, 1805. 
WiUiam Carman m. Ann Johnson, May 8, 1813. 
Humphrey Carpenter m. Mary Fly, Apr. i, 1780. 
Benjamin Carr m. Mary Denton, Dec. 29, 1802. 
Benjamin Carr m. Catherine Welch, June 15, 1805. 
Benjamin P. Carr m. Priscilla Ray, Nov. 30, 1792. 
Henry Carr m. Anne Drury, Jan. 23, 1819. 
Jacob Carr m. Matilda Lambreth, Jan. 2, 1804. 
John Carr m. Rachel Purnell, Feb. 11, 1779. 
John Carr m. EHzabeth Pindle, June 29, 1781. 
John Carr m. Sarah Warfield, May 8, 1804. 
John Carr m. Mary Armiger, Dec. 27, 1806. 
Richard Carr m. Airy Busey, Oct. 3, 1804. 
Robert Carr m. Susannah Childs, Nov. 7, 1789. 
Samuel Carr m. Jane Russell, Jan. 2, 1783. 
Walter Carr m. Dolly Parrott, June 2, 1799. 
Walter Carr m. Martha Ray, July 23, 1783. 
Walter Carr m. Mary Scrivener, Aug. 17, 1812. 
William Carr m. Sophia Crosby, Feb. i, 18 14. 



424 MARYLAND RECORDS-ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Henry Carrick m. Eleanor Shrieve, Feb. 23, 1791. 
Charles Carroll m. Eliza. Warfield, Jan. 26, 1795. 
Edmund Carrell m. Elizabeth Dixon, Aug. 16, 1791. 
Joshua Carroll m. Sarah Godman, July 15, 1800. 
Nicholas Carroll m. Ann Jenings, Oct. 30, 1783. 
Samuel Carroll m. Eliz. Williams, Oct. 17, 1788. 
Charles Carter m. Susan Osborn, Jan. 5, 1815. 
Jacob Carter m. Mary Wells, Oct. 31, 1801. 
Samuel Carter m. Judah Flood, Oct. 19, 1782. 
Samuel Carter m. Ann Curry, Oct. 16, 1786. 
Sparrow Carter m. Elizabeth Phelps, Mch. 5, 1791. 
Robert Case m. Rachel Basil, Mch. 14, 1789. 
Richard Caton m. Mary Carroll, Nov. 24, 1787. 
William Caton m. Ann Purdy, Aug. 16, 1788. 
John Cattonton m. Nancy Lambeth, Mch. 18, 181 3. 
WilHam Cawly m. Eleanor Hopkins, Apr. 3, 1801. 
John Chain m. Ann Tucker, July 31, 1777. 
Josia Chain m. Millie Tucker, Sept. 9, 1779. 
James Chalmus m. Lucy Skinner, Sept. 18, 1783. 
Joshua Chambers m. Sarah Monroe, Sept. 17, 1819. 
Thomas Chambers m. Kitty Ryan, Oct. 21, 1797. 
William Chambers m. Elizabeth Blunt, July 29, 1782. 
Hugh Champlin m. Elizabeth Hender, Mch. 23, 1789. 
Walter S. Chandler m. Margaret Rogers, Sept. 19, 1799. 
Benjamin Chaney m. Eleanor Lattin, Dec. 8, 1807. 
Dennis Chaney m. DeHlah Beckett, Aug. 17, 1818. 
Henry Chaney m. Mary Childs, Jan. 21, 1814. 
John Chaney m. Eliza Russell, Dec. 24, 181 7. 
Joseph Chaney m. Elizabeth Fitzgiles, Jan. 10, 1809. 
Joseph Chaney m. Susanna Forde, Dec. 26, 1811. 
Joseph Chaney m. Anne L. Wood, July 19, 1819. 
Le\-i Chaney m. Henrietta Lee, Apr. i, 1820. 
Rezin Chaney m. Eleanor Baldwin, Mch. 24, 18 14. 
Richard Chaney m. Ann Cromwell, June 24, 1808. 
Richard Chaney m. Henny Ryan, Nov. 29, 1815. 
Richard Chaney m. Susan White, Mch. 20, 1818. 
Samuel Chaney m. Rebecca Phelps, Feb. 13, 1809. 
Thomas Chaney m. Jemima Godman, Oct. i, 1792. 
William Chaney m. Sarah Holton, Feb. 23, 1797. 
William Chaney m. Ann Steuart, Feb. 16, 1799. 
William W. Chaney m. Sarah Roberts, Aug. 31, 1804. 
Henry H. Chapman m. Mary Davidson, Jan. i, 1799. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 425 

John Chapman m. Susannah Jackson, May 18, 1793. 

Thomas Chapman m. Clare Taylor, Sept. 4, 1792. 

William Chapman m. Ann Sellman, June 22, 1781. 

William Chapman m. Susannah Gassaway, Mch. 5, 1791. 

Cornelius Chard m. Elizabeth Moale, June 25, 1781. 

Oliver Chard m. Rebecca Meeke, Aug. 27, 1792. 

Jeremiah T. Chase m. Hesther Baldwin, June 24, 1779. 

John Chase m. Penelopy Blunt, July 2, 1785. 

John Chase m. Cecelia Johnson, May 27, 1820. 

Richard M. Chase m. Matilda Green, Nov. 25, 1806. 

Richard M. Chase m. Mary Marriott, Jan. 28, 1819. 

Thomas Chase m. Matilda Chase, Oct. 17, 1816. 

Abraham Cheney m. Mary Curr>', July 21, 1791. 

Benjamin Cheney m. Rachel Knighton, Jan. 15, 1820. 

Elijah Cheney m. Sarah Groves, Jan. 21, 1788. 

James Cheney m. Sarah Thorp, July 16, 1791. 

John Cheney m. Rachel Benson, Apr. 11, 1785. 

John Cheney m. Priscilla Hooper, Jan. 8, 1808. 

Joseph Cheney m. Sarah Cheney, Feb. 26, 1802. 

Joseph Cheney m. EHzabeth Conner, Feb. 5, 1803. 

Richard Cheney m. Sophia Simpson, Dec. 22, 1786. 

Thomas Cheney m. Mary Williams, Dec. 3, 1798. 

John Chew m. Mary Wilson, Feb. i, 1787. 

Nathaniel Chew m. Martha Bird, Feb. 16, 18 14. 

Philemon Chew m. Ann Maria Bowie Brooke, Feb. 15, 1813. 

Richard Chew m. Jane Fisher, Oct. 22, 18 10. 

Samuel Chew m. Mary Cockey, Apr. 20, 1791. 

Samuel Lloyd Chew m. Dorothy Harrison, June 28, 1777. 

Benjamin Childs m. Mary Roberts, Oct. 17, 1781. 

Benjamin Childs m. Susannah Griffith, May 27, 1786. 

Benjamin Childs m. Elizabeth Munroe, May 12, 1818. 

Cephas Childs m. Ann Welch, June 21, 1785. 

Cephas Childs m. Sarah Miles, Jan. 28, 1786. 

Cephus Childs m. Pheby Tannihill, Dec. 25, 1794. 

Henry Childs m. Sarah Smith, Jan. 24, 1793. 

Henry Childs m. Mary Tootell, Jan. 23, 1809. 

Henry Childs m. Mary Whittington, June 26, 1820. 

Isaac Childs m. Eliz. Deale, Feb. 28, 1810. 

John Childs m. Ann Owings, Apr. 30, 1778. 

John Childs m. Mary Ann Hyde, Feb. 3, 1812. 

John Childs m. Sophia Drury, Jan. 7, 1818. 

Lewis Childs m. Sarah Watts, Dec. 23, 1793. 



426 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

William Childs m. Henrietta Brown, Dec. 26, 1785. 
William Childs m. Ann Trott, Oct. 3, 1791. 
William Childs m. EHzabeth Fisher, Feb. 5, 1812. 
Richard Chilton m. Catherine Brown, Feb. 10, 1809. 
Archibald Chisholm m. Elizabeth Waters, Sept. 22, 1777. 
Judson M. Clagett m. CaroHne HesseHus, Mch. 5, 1795. 
William Claggett m. Elizabeth Gibbs, Dec. 11, 1792. 
Jonas Clapham m. Catherine Cooke, Dec. 5, 1793. 
Abraham Clarke m. Mima Jones, Dec. 18, 1792. 
Benjamin Clarke m. Rachel Chaney, Mch. 15, 1788. 
Benjamin Clarke m. Elizabeth Gambrill, Feb. 4, 1793. 
Benjamin D. Clarke m. Sarah Yieldhall, Mch. 5, 1807. 
David Clarke m. Rachel Warfield, May 28, 1800. 
Frederick Clarke m. Elizabeth Rankin, Nov. 16, 1784. 
Hezekiah Clarke m. Eliz". Stansbury, Feb. i, 1820. 
Jacob Clarke m. Rebecca Halbertee, Feb. 4, 1809. 
Jacob Clarke m. Ashsah M-^Cauley, May 28, 1814. 
John Clarke m. Susannah Lucus, July 23, 1787. 
Joseph Clarke m. Bell Fergerson, Nov. 3, 1777. 
Joseph Clarke m. Anne NichoUs, July 29, 1793. 
Robert Clarke m. Cassuck Murrow, June i, 1780. 
Satterlee Clarke m. Frances E. Whitcroft, Sept. 22, 1810. 
William Clarke m. Dinah White, Apr. 21, 1778. 
William Clarke m. Levena Warfield, Sept. 30, 1780. 
William Clarke m. Elizabeth Clarke, May 23, 1798. 
William Clarke m. Lydia Wheeler, Dec. 9, 18 15. 
William T. Clarke m. Juliet Gaither, July 29, 1800. 
Abraham Claude m. EHzabeth Quynn, Nov. 28, 1785. 
CorneHus Claud m. Rhody Robinson, Feb. 20, 181 7. 
Dennis Claude m. Anne Jacob, Feb. 13, 1816. 
Philip Clayton m. Mary Brewer, Oct. 23, 1809. 
Francis T. Clements m. Sarah Wall, Feb. 28, 1795. 
Samuel Coe m. Mary Fowler, Apr. 5, 1796. 
Samuel Coale m. Anne Winterson, July 6, 1798. 
Thomas Coale m. Elizabeth Dorsey, Dec. 18, 1798. 
Thomas Coale m. Nancy Burgess, Jan. 5, 1803. 
William Coale m. Catherine Laughlin, Mch. 28, 1793. 
William Coale m. Margaret Tucker, Nov. 16, 1797. 
William Coale m. Thomsee Knighton, Aug. 31, 1807. 
John Coats m. Johanna Phelps, Nov. 14, 1783. 
William Cobb m. Mary Ann Jackson, July 8, 1816. 
Patrick Cockran m. Mary Bland, Aug. 8, 1777. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 427 

William Coe m. Eleanor Devonish, July 15, 1780. 

William Coe m. Mary Sears, June 29, 1793. 

Thomas Colbert m. INIary Colligan, Feb. 9, 1779. 

James Cole m. Ann Wilkins, Nov. 28, 1777. 

John Cole m. Eleanor Hall, Oct. 27, 1777. 

John Cole m. Anne Purdy, Feb. 26, 1802. 

Thomas Cole m. Sarah Ridgely, Oct. i, 1781. 

William Cole m. Caroline Norman, Jan. 19, 1819. 

Milton Francis Coleman m. Mary Teresa Murdock, Apr. 24, 1819. 

Bannister Collins m. Elizabeth Hanshaw, Feb. 13, 1810. 

James ColHns m. Christian T. Daves, Feb. 17, 1780. 

John Babtist Collins m. Elizabeth Hannah, Mch. 16, 1778. 

Thomas Collins m. Isabella Bowen, Apr. 25, 1801. 

John Collinson m. Ann Tongue, June 22, 1819. 

William Collison m. Elizabeth Whittington, Sept. 29, 1808. 

W^illiam Comrady m. EHzabeth Griffin, Jan. 26, 1807. 

Richard Conn m. Sarah Woodward, Aug. 27, 1792. 

Da\'id Conner m. Durkey Burns, Jan. 22, 1783. 

James Conner m. Mary Bevans, Feb. 8, 1816. 

Marmaduke W. Conner m. Sarah Ann Vessels, May 12, 1820. 

Richard Conner m. Henrietta Gott, Jan. 31, 1786. 

William Conner m. Eleanor Wyvell, Oct. 9, 1788. 

Addison Connoway m. Mary Welch, Jan. 23, 1788. 

George Connoway m. Elizabeth Pettibone, Apr. 11, 1798. 

Michael Connoway m. Belinda Jean, July 24, 1792. 

Richard A. Contee m. Elizabeth Rawlings, Jan. 22, 1794. 

Peter H. Cook m. Lydia Br\'an, Nov. 11, 1820. 

Charles Cooke m. Agnes Burgess, Nov. 24, 1795. 

Charles Cooke m. Elizabeth Long, Aug. 26, 1796. 

George Cooke m. Fanny Cox, Apr. 7, 1792. 

Henry Cooke m. Anne Allen Pennington, Jan. 21, 1815. 

Joseph Cooley m. Eliza Howes, Dec. 5, 181 7. 

William Cooley m. Ann Harwood, Dec. 22, 1777. 

John Cooper m. Margaret Maccoy, Apr. 16, 1783. 

Robert Copland m. Hetty Long, June 4, 1798. 

William M. Corcard m. Letty Pryse, Nov. 10, 1795. 

Henry Corner m. Mary Gott, Nov. 6, 1796. 

Joseph G. Corner m. Susanna W. Franklin, Aug. 24, 1819. 

Robert Corse m. Eleanor Yieldhall, June 28, 1799. 

Henry Coulter m. Anne Clarke, Sept. 23, 1802. 

James Coulter m. Eleanor Jones Duvall, June 30, 1808. 

John Coulter m. Elizabeth M'^Cubbin, Oct. 4, 1798. 



428 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

William Court m. Leticia James, Dec. 24, 1804. 

James Cowan m. Jane M^Hurd, Feb. 28, 1789. 

Charles Cowley m. Ann Elizabeth Deale, July 24, 1790. 

John Cowman m. Mary Plummer, Apr. 16, 1793. 

Joseph Cowman m. Eleanor W. Hall, Sept. 18, 1799. 

Joseph Cowman m. Elizabeth Watson, June 30, 1806. 

PhiHp Cowman m. EHzabeth Shields, Dec. 16, 1806. 

Thomas Cowman m. Henrietta Harwood, Nov. 14, 1798. 

John Cox m. Henrietta Maria Minskie, May 12, 1778. 

Andrew Coyle m. Elizabeth Chisholm, Dec. 26, 1807. 

Richard L Crabb m. Catherine Chase, Nov. 4, 1813. 

William Craig m. Mary Joice, May 13, 1819. 

Robert Craigs m. Sarah Barry, Mch. 30, 1782. 

Samuel Cram [Crane?] m. Dehlah Mass, [Moss?] Mch. 7, 1791. 

Caleb Crane m. Margaret Smith, July 4, 1805. 

Fred''. Cramblick m. Rebecca Day, Jan. 7, 1797. 

Abel Crandell m. Elizabeth Mary Lane, Jan. 10, 1793. 

Adam Crandle m. EHzabeth Dove, Feb. 19, 1778. 

Francis Cranndall m. Susannah Leach, May 31, 1802. 

Francis Crandell m. Anne M'^Kenzie, July 18, 1814. 

George Crandell m. Jane Parish, Dec. 22, 1788. 

Henry Crandell m. Anne Woodfield, Jan. 5, 1804. 

John Crandell m. Susanna Whittington, July i, 1809. 

Joseph Crandell m. Rachel Gardner, Jan. 12, 1792. 

Rich''. Crandell m. Priscilla Gott, Oct. 26, 1789. 

Thomas Crandell m. Pamelia Jackson, Dec. 24, 1812. 

Thomas Crandell m. Willy Hinton, Dec. 18, 1813. 

William Crandell m. Amelia Carr, Aug. 10, 1791. 

Samuel Crane m. Sarah Cromwell, Apr. 30, 1795. 

Thomas Crane m. Mary Dare, Dec. 9, 1820. 

Basil Crapster m. Harriet Watkins, Sept. 24, 1816. 

David Crawford m. Elizabeth Price, Sept. 27, 1785. 

Isaac Crayton m. Mary Keene, July 30, 1784. 

Charles Creek m. Sophia Wells, May 27, 1814. 

Abel Creendell m. Susanna Crutchley, Dec. 22, 1810. 

Henry Crist m. EHzabeth Pryse, Sept. 5, 1795. 

John Cromwell m. Rhody Ridgely, Jan. 28, 1813. 

Michael Cromwell m. Chariotte Williams, Mch. 9, 1816. 

Oneal Cromwell m. Sarah Cromwell, June 12, 1817. 

Thomas Cromwell m. Elizabeth Miller, Oct. 9, 1812. 

Zachariah Cromwell m. Sarah Hall, Mch. 31, 1809. 

Burton Crosby m. Ann Childs, Jan. i, 1785. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 429 

John Crosby m. Rachel Brown, Jan. 4, 1786. 

Josias Crosby m. Mary Carr, Feb. 10, 1784. 

Richard Crosby m. EHzabeth Norman, Feb. 16, 1807. 

Richard Crosby m. JuHet Trott, Feb. 25, 1818. 

John Cross m. Jemima Selby, i\pr. 21, 1810. 

Joseph Cross m. Patsey Taylor, Jan. 12, 1785. 

Thomas Cross m. Elizabeth Taylor, Feb. 4, 1799. 

Thomas Cross m. Harriett Howard, Jan. 21, 1804. 

Thomas R. Cross m. Area Rockhold, June 4, 1807. 

Joseph Crouch m. Sarah Little, Aug. 29, 1780. 

Joseph Crox m. Catharine Seibert, Sept. 8, 1785. 

Jesse Crutchley m. Mary Philips, Dec. 21, 1791. 

Josh Crutchley m. Mary Phelps, Aug. 2, 1814. 

Thomas Crutchley m. Mary Ann Forster, Dec. 6, 1784. 

Francis Curen m. Mary Cleverly, Dec. 31, 1791. 

Michael Curran m. Mary Maybury, Apr. 26, 1800. 

Philip Curran m. Juliana Dunn, Oct. 21, 1805. 

Edward Curten m. Ann Davidson, Apr. 29, 1785. 

Peter Cuting m. Elizabeth Johnson, Apr. 11, 1780. 

Emanuel Dadds m. Mary Pierce, Dec. 31, 1798. 

Joseph Bryan Dailey m. Mary Childs, Dec. 10, 1791. 

Joseph Daley m. Priscilla Darnall, June 17, 1813. 

Thomas Dalzell m. Margaret Williams, June 23, 1790. 

Samuel Dames m. Mary Ann Lewis, Jan. 24, 1804. 

Aaron Dannison m. Henrietta Burton, Dec. 17, 1803. 

Elijah Danison m. Rachel Chaney, Nov. 8, 1808. 

Caleb Darby m. Elizabeth Ray, Dec. 9, 1783. 

Samuel Darley [Darby?] m. Verlin Carr, Nov. 14, 1781. 

Henry Darnall m. Pamelia Dawson, Nov. 26, 1814. 

Thomas Darnelson m. Elizabeth Cheney, Oct. 12, 1799. 

Azel Daxndge m. Tomsey Sewell, Oct. 25, 1779. 

Israel Da\'idson m. Mary Stockett, Sept. 13, 1817. 

James Davidson m. Milley Read, Feb. 16, 1787. 

James Davidson m. Mary Stewart, Feb. 28, 1792. 

John Da\adson m. Ann M"=Cauley, Jan. 10, 1788. 

John Davidson m. Anna Maria L. Grason, Sept. 22, 1796. 

William Da\adson m. Rebecca \^'alker, Oct. 8, 1795. 

Richard Davinson m. Milea Fran'. Wayman, Apr. 29, 1783. 

CorneHus Davis m. Elizabeth Taylor, Aug. 29, 18 14. 

Daniel Davis m. Mary Whitaker, Apr. 30, 1785. 

George Davis m. Catharine Green, Jan. 28, 1785. 

James Davis m. Susan Lusby, Oct. 8, 1801. 



430 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

John Davis m. Sarah Ditty, May 26, 1808. 
Robert Davis Jn'. m. Ann Collins, July 6, 1778. 
Robert Davis m. Mary Fairborne, June 4, 1803. 
Robert Davis m. Rainer Ann Queen, May i, 1819. 
Samuel Davis m. Elizabeth Merriken, Aug. 25, 1800. 
Samuel Davis m. Eliza Ann Earle, May 27, 1807. 
Thomas Davis m. Catherine Worthington, Apr. 18, 1796. 
Thomas Davis m. Rebecca Beard, June 6, 1800. 
Thomas Davis m. Elizabeth Kilman, Oct. 15, 1805. 
Thomas Davis m. Mary Beard, May 7, 1814. 
William Da\'is m. Anne Stewart, Sept. 4, 1795. 
WiUiam Davis m. Elizabeth Davis, Jan. 11, 1804. 
Richard Daw m. Elizabeth Disney, June 27, 1795. 
James Dawson m. EHzabeth Norris, Apr. 5, 1798. 
Jonas Dawson m. Ann Johnson, Apr. 11, 1785. 
Jonas Dawson m. Mary SumberHn, Dec. 13, 1814. 
Joseph Dawson m. EHzabeth Thompson, June 3, 1779. 
William Dawson m. Mary Shepphard, Sept. 30, 1818. 
Edward Day m. Sarah Lewis, May 2, 1799. 
John Day m. Martha Pennington, Mch. 4, 181 1. 
Nathaniel Day m. Ann Brashares, Feb. 15, 1803. 
James Deale m. Elizabeth Sherbrett, Oct. 19, 1802. 
James Deale m. Mary Franklin, Feb. 9, 1805. 
Marlin Deale m. Rachel Franklin, Feb. 9, 1808. 
Nathaniel Deale m. Rachel Crosby, June 27, 1794. 
Samuel Deale m. EHzabeth David, Feb. 19, 1787. 
Samuel Deale m. Eleanor Norman, Sept. 23, 1793. 
Samuel Deale m. Susanna Miles, July 7, 1818. 
William Deale m. Ann Norris, June 2, 1777. 
WilHam Deale m. Rachel Gott, Nov. 14, 1797. 
John Deaver m. Onner Roth, Aug. 3, 1789. 
Moses Deaver m. EHzabeth Disney, Feb. 8, 1794. 
William DeBlois m. Catharine Nixon, Dec. 4, 1786. 
John Deborough m. Mary Hammond, May 12, 1796. 
Benjamin Deford m. Ann Hutton, Dec. 21, 1798. 
Daniel Delozier m. Ann Higinbotham, Nov. 3, 1791. 
Thomas S. Denny m. Mary Norris, Jan. 15, 1800. 
John Dent m. Eleanor Cecil, Apr. 2, 1787. 
James Deroachbroom m. Mary Blunt, July 31, 1785. 
WilHam Derochbroon m. Elizabeth Joice, July 14, 1797. 
Robert Denny m. Augusta Green, Feb. 5, 1789. 
Thomas Dew m. Catherine Scrivener, Jan. 31, 1816. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 431 

William Didenoven [Dielenoven?]m. Polly Welch, Sept. 30, 1793. 

Thomas Diffenderffer m. Elizabeth Sewell, Dec. 7, 181 1. 

Edward Disney m. Ann Phelps, Nov. 4, 1778. 

Edward Disney m. Margaret Watkins, Dec. i, 1795. 

James Disney m. Mary Weems, Mch. 22, 1783. 

John T. Disney m. Eliz^ Shepherd, Dec. 21, 1820. 

Mordecai Disney m. Amelia Porter, Feb. 8, 1785. 

Richard Disney m. Ariana Porter, Aug. 21, 1784. 

Richard Disney m. Mar>' Watkins, Feb. 28, 1786. 

Richard Disney m. Sarah Lawrence Disney, Nov. 6, 1799. 

Richard Disney m. Rachel Disney, July 24, 1802. 

Richard Disney m. Priscilla Disney, Nov. 27, 1819. 

Snowden Disney m. Rachel Deaver, Oct. 29, 1793. 

Thomas Disney m. Deborah Williams, Apr. 24, 1802. 

William Disney m. Ruth Spurrier, Feb. 21, 1794. 

Roger Ditty m. Sarah Jacob, Mch. 8, 1797. 

Archibald Dobbins m. Mary Knapp, Sept. 6, 1794. 

Thomas Doane m. Hanna Vineyard, Dec. 12, 1795. 

Samuel Done m. Elizabeth Stallings, Feb. 3, 1816. 

Henry Dodson m. Henney Ganell, Aug. 10, 1819. 

John Dodson m. Eleanor Howard, Feb. 13, 1778. 

John M. Donald m. Elizabeth Babington, Dec. 15, 1777. 

Aaron Donaldson m. Mary Little, June 29, 1781. 

Elijah Donaldson m. Mary Ann Cheney, Dec. 29, 1781. 

Levy Donalson m. Eleanor Low, Dec. 5, 1804. 

Rezin Donaldson m. Ann Dove, Dec. 7, 1802. 

Richard Donaldson m. Rachel Waters, Mch. 3, 1783. 

Richard Donaldson m. Margaret Rhodes, Apr. 24, 1798. 

Richard Donaldson m. Rebecca Marriott, Nov. 10, 1806. 

Thomas Donaldson m. Caroline Waters, Oct. 23, 1819. 

Simon Donnely m. Eleanor Maguire, Sept. 15, 1798. 

Benedict Dorsey m. Margaret Watkins, Apr. 20, 1789. 

Daniel Dorsey m. Eleanor Dorsey, Feb. 17, 1779. 

Edward Hill Dorsey m. Eleanor Pue, Oct. i, 1798. 

Ely Dorsey m. Sarah Worthington, Sept. 3, 1778. 

Henry H. Dorsey m. Mary Wright, Sept. 21, 1795. 

John Dorsey m. Margaret Boone, Mch. 19, 1782. 

John W. Dorsey m. Rachel Warfield, Oct. 2"], 1779. 

John Dorsey m. Mary Ann Hammond, Nov. 20, 1815. 

Joshua Dorsey m. Margaret Watkins, Mch. 9, 1787. 

Philip Dorsey m. Cassandra Burgess, Sept. 12, 181 5. 

Reuben N. Dorsey m. Sarah D. Meriweather, Nov. 17, 1820. 



432 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Richard Dorsey m. Anne Wayman, Feb. 13, 1796. 

Richard Dorsey m. Anne Warfield, Nov. 4, 1797. 

Thomas Beale Dorsey m. Sarah Dorcey Merrewether, Nov. 28, 1797. 

Thomas H. Dorsey m. Ann Dorsey, May 15, 181 1. 

Vachel Dorsey — of Vachel m. Sarah Nelson, Apr. 9, 1783. 

Vachel Dorsey m. EHzabeth Dorsey, Mch. 19, 1798. 

Jo'. Dove m. EHzabeth Gardiner, Sept. 8, 1787. 

John Dove m. Dinah Wilmot, Dec. 7, 1781. 

John Dove m. Mary Lambeth, Jan. 10, 1798. 

John Dove m. Nancy Ford, Dec. 29, 1802. 

Samuel Dove m. Anne Carr, Nov. 4, 1801. 

Charles Dovel m. Ann Sprall, July 9, 1777. 

Richard Dowell m. Lydia Dew, Dec. 20, 1788. 

Richard Dowell m. Sarah Sellman, July 23, 1813. 

Thomas Draen m. Elizabeth Todd, July 14, 1791. 

Richard Drane m. Sarah Gwinn, Feb. 4, 1806. 

Charles Drury m. Mary Eversfield, Oct. 17, 1794. 

Charles Drury m. Margaret King, June i, 1797. 

Henry C. Drury m. Elizabeth Mills, May 16, 1806. 

Henry C. Drury m. Sarah Elson, Nov. 25, 1808. 

Henry C. Drury m. Elizabeth Franklin, Dec. 2, 1816. 

Irvingham Drury m. Sarah Hill, Apr. 14, 1790. 

Jerningham Drury m. Sarah Simmons, Sept. 29, 1801. 

Samuel Drury m. Ann Irams, May 29, 1779. 

William Drury m. Margaret Miles, Mch. 22, 1806. 

William Drury Jn^ m. Maria Smith, Nov. 13, 1816. 

Allen Bowie Duckett m. Margaret Howard, Oct. 17, 1799. 

Basil Duckett m. Sophia MuUiken, Feb. 13, 1798. 

Richard Duckett m. Elizabeth Howard, Dec. 20, 1804. 

Thomas Duckett m. Ann Cowman, June 7, 1788. 

Edward Dudley m. Sarah Record, May 16, 1791. 

John Dudow m. Sarah Susan Dorsett, Apr. 20, 1812. 

James Dulshier m. Mary Townshend, Oct. 3, 1812. 

Benjamin Dungan m. Eleanor Griffin, May 11, 1812. 

Joseph Dungee m. Mary Welch, Sept. i, 1803. 

George Dunn m. Rachel Smith, Sept. 14, 181 8. 

John Dunn m. Milley Cooper, Mch. 12, 1795. 

Patrick Dunn m. Judith Donnovan, June 2, 1786. 

Abraham Duvall m. Eleanor Chaney, Dec. 5, 1792. 

Colmore Duvall m. EHzabeth Peach, Feb. 5, 1791. 

Dennis Duvall m. Rachel Cross, Jan. 6, 1816. 

Enus Duvall m. Elizabeth Nicholson, Dec. 23, 1794. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 433 

Ephraim Duvall m. Jemima Hazle, July 21, 1793. 
Henry Duvall m. Elizabeth Boone, Sept. 16, 1800. 
Henry Duvall m. Mary Winchester, Apr. 9, 1810. 
Howard Duvall m. Elizabeth Duvall, Nov. 27, 1788. 
Howard Duvall m. Susanna Duvall, Dec. 12, 1806. 
Jacob Duvall — Son of Jn°. m. Jemima Anne Taylor, July 27, 1791. 
John Duvall m. Rebecca Rawlings, Nov. 24, 1798. 
John W. Duvall m. Ann Miller, Dec. 21, 1813. 
Joseph H. Duvall m. Mable Taylor, Dec. 22, 1808. 
Lewis Duvall m. Elizabeth Wheeler, Oct. 3, 1777. 
Lewis Duvall m. Sarah Harwood, Nov. 22, 1800. 
Mareen H. Duvall m. Dorothy Allen, May 6, 1801. 
Nathan Duvall m. Elizabeth Glover, Dec. 30, 1807. 
Noah Duvall m. Anne Eaglin, May i, 1795. 
Richard Duvall m. Margaret Duvall, May i, 1817. 
Samuel Duvall m. Mary Duvall, Oct. 24, 1808. 
Samuel B. Duvall m. Jemima Jones, Jan. 27, 1796. 
WilHam Duvall m. Anne Tucker, Mch. 14, 1807. 
Zachariah Duvall m. Susan Welsh, Oct. 27, 18 14. 
Thomas Dyer m. Anne Miles, July i, 1790. 
Abraham Dykus m. Margaret Mewshaw, June 19, 1784. 
Thomas Earle m. Susanna Weedon, Oct. 16, 1787. 
Thomas Earle Jn'. m. Susanna Thompson, Dec. 22, 1816. 
Samuel Easton m. Sarah Winterson, Jan. 10, 1801. 
Charles W. Eaton m. Sarah Phelps, Feb. 10, 1790. 
Richard Eaton m. Judith Richardson, Oct. 13, 1784. 
Tho\ Henderson Edelen m. Care Williams Tuck, Oct. 28, 1813. 
Edward Edgerly m. Sarah Parsons, Mch. 6, 1803. 
John Edmondson m. Susanna Howard, Mch. 28, 1799. 
Benjamin Edwards m. Ann Burton, Apr. i, 1797. 
Cadwallader Edwards m. Sarah Chalmers, Nov. 17, 1786. 
John Edwards m. Jane All, Feb. 14, 1778. 
Thomas Edwards m. Rachel Beard, Oct. 17, 1796. 
William Edwards m. Ann Chalmers, June 20, 1789. 
Zedekiah Egell m. Elizabeth Burke, Jan. 3, 1818. 
Elijah Elder m. Mary Davidge, July 23, 1778. 
Britainham Eldridge m. Achsah Ridgely, Dec. 21, 1801. 
James Elixon m. Priscilla Phips, Jan. 27, 1804. 
Daniel Elliott m. Jemima Howard, Aug. 14, 1788. 
Howard Elliott m. Sarah Johnson, Oct. 23, 1813. 
Howard EUett m. Nancy Jacobs, Aug. 25, 1815. 
James Elliott m. Sarah Bash, Jan. 21, 1789. 
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434 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

James Elliott m. Elizabeth Aliller, Dec. 23, 1813. 

John Elliott m. Sarah Warfield, July 12, 1787. 

Richard Elliott m. Mary Purdy, Jan. 31, 1794. 

Robert ElHott m. Martha Cadle, Jan. 8, 1779. 

Robert Elliott m. Ann Lewis, Jan. 23, 1787. 

Samuel Elliott m. Mary Richardson, Sept. 16, 1780. 

Samuel Elliott m. EHzabeth Baldwin, Dec. 15, 1783. 

Thomas Elliott m. Elizabeth Knighton, Dec. i, 1784. 

John Elthani m. Jane Moore, Feb. 28, 1778. 

Caleb Ely m. Elizabeth Duck, July 19, 1780. 

William Emmerson m. Mary Reamer, Dec. 29, 1819. 

William Ennis m. Sarah Atsuel, May 22, 1802. 

William Ennis m. Catherine Iglehart, Jan. 8, 1820. 

William Erring m. Rachel Brewer, July 3, 1790. 

Mathew Errixson m. Ann Sollars, May 24, 1793. 

William Earickson m. Ann Wright, Sept. 3, 1800. 

Rezin Estep m. Eleanor Ireland, July 26, 1787. 

Benjamin Evans m. Maria Bracher, June i, 1805. 

Daniel Evans m. Eleanor Purdy, Dec. 13, 1805. 

Henry Evans m. Catherine Wright, Jan. 26, 1795. 

Hugh Williams Evans m. Mary Ann Johnson, Apr. 25, 1815. 

Richard Evans m. Judah Price, Apr. 14, 1796. 

Richard Evans m. Hannah Evans, Apr. 14, 1796. 

Samuel Evans m. Rachel Moore, June 6, 1789. 

Thomas Evans m. Sarah Husk, Dec. 15, 1777. 

W". Marshall Eversfield m. Mary Lane, Jan. 28, 1794. 

Richard Evison m. Lydia Evans, Mch. 21, 1809. 

Jesse Ewell m. Rachel B. Weems, May 23, 1804. 

Francis Fairbrother m. Mary Newbury, May 3, 1780. 

Benjamin Fairall m. Elizabeth Green, Feb. 20, 1817. 

Horatio Fairall m. Mary Warfield, Feb. 15, 1819. 

Jason Farall m. Elizabeth Cadle, Feb. 17, 1816. 

Levi Fairall m. Comfort Chaney, Nov. 27, 18 10. 

Thomas Fairall m. Alley Griffith, July 11, 1801. 

Cornelius Fanton m. Elizabeth Bryan, Mch. 28, 1778. 

Caleb Fennell m. Eleanor Torp, Jan. 18, 1788. 

William Fennell m. Anne Joice, Dec. 27, 1792. 

Leo Fenwick m. Ann E. Childs, May 4, 1819. 

Richard Fenwick m. Ann Welch, June 15, 1784. 

Demus Fields m. EHzabeth Robinson, Apr. 24, 1794. 

Richard Fish m. Sarah Pumphrey, Mch. 21, 18 10. 

John Fisher m. Axsah Musgrove, Dec. 18, 1778. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 435 

John Fisher m. Margaret Eaglin, May i, 1795. 

Lewis Fisher m. Mary Childs, Mch. 16, 1784. 

Marlin Fisher m. Rebecca Chalk, Feb. i, 1783. 

Thomas Fisher m. Mary Richardson, Sept. 25, 1817. 

William Fisher m. Elizabeth Ward, Nov. 21, 1806. 

William Fisher m. Henrietta Conner, Oct. 16, 1816. 

Dan'. Dulany Fitzhugh m. Margaret Murray Maynadier, Jan. 4, 1810. 

Patrick Flaherty m. Maria Wheland, Oct. i, 1798. 

Benjamin Fleetwood m. Dolly Gwinn, Jan. 3, 1807. 

Richard Flemming m. Jane Rurke, Nov. 16, 1782. 

William Fleming m. Ann Sewell, June 25, 1796. 

Richard Foggell m. Ann HoUyday, Apr. 12, 1784. 

Richard Foggett m. Artridge Phips, Jan. 17, 1809. 

Casper Foible m. Judah Woodburn, Jan. 13, 1785. 

Daniel Ford m. Catherine Atwell, Jan. 19, 1819. 

John Ford m. Margaret Cheney, Dec. 17, 1816. 

Joseph Ford m. Margaret Wood, Mch. 19, 1779. 

Joseph Ford m. Mary Wood, Dec. 24, 1781. 

Joseph Ford m. Eleanor Lambeth, July 16, 1817. 

William Ford m. Elizabeth Phips, June 16, 1785. 

Henry Foreman m. Eleanor Hancock, Aug. i, 1810. 

John Foreman m. Anne Mash, Jan. 17, 1804. 

John Forman m. Mary White, Nov. 19, 1807. 

Joseph Foreman m. Lucretia Lange, Jan. 24, 1782. 

Joseph Foreman m. Ann Robinson, June 5, 1792. 

Joseph Foreman m. Mary Chaney, Sept. 25, 1809. 

Leonard Foreman m. Ann Cary Thomas, Oct. 23, 1816. 

Samuel Foreman m. Rebecca Robinson, Feb. 8, 1804. 

William Foreman m. Henrietta Drane, Jan. 2, 1783. 

John Forrister m. Sarah Hodges, Jan. 9, 1781. 

Basil Forster m. Mary Penn, Apr. 2, 1778. 

Benjamin Forster m. Elizabeth Faire, Jan. 30, 1794. 

John Forster m. Sarah Innis, Dec. 20, 1783. 

Joseph Forster m. Elizabeth Grover, Nov. 25, 1788. 

John Forty m. Sarah Price, Oct. 29, 1803. 

Balack Fowler m. Sarah Fairall, Dec. 21, 1792. 

Daniel Fowler m. Mary Smith, Aug. 4, 18 10. 

Elie Fowler m. Sarah Elliott, Mch. 25, 1807. 

George Fowler m. Thomas Childs, May 23, 1801. 

James Fowler m. Mary Woodfield, Aug. 21, 1789. 

John Fowler m. Hannah Mayo, Sept. 5, 1789. 

Mark Fowler m. Sarah Taylor, Feb. 9, 1796. 



436 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Rezin Fowler m. Rachel Sewell, Dec. i8, 1797. 

William Fowler m. Elizabeth Craig, Feb. 2, 1780. 

George Fox m. Rebecca Holloway, Dec. 21, 1791. 

George Fox m. Mary Sambling, Dec. 10, 1799. 

James Fox m. Ruth Holland, June 13, 1785. 

Samuel Foxcroft m. Susan Brown, Dec. 31, 1817. 

WilHam Foxcroft m. EHzabeth Reynolds, Nov. 6, 1790. 

John Francis m. Araminta Foreman, July 21, 1785. 

Benjamin Franklin m. Harriet Allien, Oct. 30, 1818. 

John Franklin m. Mary Hopkins, Mch. 25, 1783. 

John Franklin m. Harriet Conner, Oct. 26, 1818. 

Richard Franklin m. Ann Duvall, July 30, 1777. 

Robert Franklin m. Elizabeth Gott, May 13, 1793. 

Thomas FrankHn m. Eliza Mackubin, Nov. 26, 1808. 

Thomas FrankHn m. EHz". Shaw, Nov. 12, 18 18. 

WilHam Franklin m. Isabella Franklin, Jan. 12, 1779. 

WilHam Franklin m. Charity ColHson, Apr. 7, 1790. 

Daniel Frazier m. Elizabeth Whittington, Jan. 30, 1799. 

James Frazier m. Anne Duckett, Dec. 6, 1794. 

Richard Frazier m. Mary Duckett, Dec. 29, 1785. 

WilHam Frazier m. Sarah Jones, Jan. 21, 1780. 

John Freeburgher m. Ann Babbs, Sept. 8, 18 10. 

William Freeman m. Mary Woodfield, Mch. 10, 1819. 

Nicholas French m. Rebecca Chaney, Sept. 22, 1802. 

John Fulford m. Mary Smith, June 6, 1785. 

Thomas Furlong m. Elizabeth Brown, Aug. 10, 1803. 

Dermis Gaither m. Elizabeth Disney, Dec. 14, 1810. 

Ephraim Gaither m. Nancy Simpson, Dec. 10, 1792. 

Ephraim Gaither m. Sarah EHz". Goldsborough, May 16, 1820. 

Jerrard Gaither m. Agnes Gaither, May 16, 1787. 

John Gaither m. Sarah Carter, Dec. 31, 1816. 

John M. Gaither m. Henrietta Lusby, Nov. 12, 1818. 

Joshua Gaither m. Ruth Gaither, Nov. 15, 181 7. 

Ralph Gaither m. Sarah Rowles, Oct. 9, 1788. 

Seth Gaither m. Rebecca Yieldhall, Jan. 24, 1778. 

Vachel Gaither m. Ruth Marriott, Oct. 25, 1782. 

William Gaither m. Margaret Ann Dorsey, Dec. 26, 18 12. 

Zachariah Gaither m. Sarah Warfield, Aug. 29, 1781. 

James Galloway m. Mary Shepard, Aug. 29, 1818. 

Amos Gambrill m. Ann Urguhart, Dec. 8, 1802. 

Augustine Gambrill m. Maria Baldwin, July 20, 1795. 

Augustine Gambrill m. Rebecca Williams, Oct. 29, 1806. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 437 

George Gambrill m. Julia Ann Brown, Feb. 3, 1817. 

Rezin Gambrill m. Mary Gaither, Dec. 31, 1777. 

Richard Gambrill m. Elizabeth Marriott, May g, 1798. 

Ste^'ens Gambrill m. Eliz". Cjambrill, May 9, 1820. 

Thomas Gambrill m. Belinda Bright, Apr. i, 1809. 

William Gambrill m. Nelia Williams, Sept. 21, 1802. 

William Gambrill m. Martha Peach, Oct. 26, 1803. 

Henry Gantt m. Sarah H. Weems, Oct. 17, 1801. 

Benjamin Gardiner m. Mary Brashears, Nov. 19, 1796. 

Charles Gardiner m. Sarah liams, Sept. 20, 1783. 

James Gardiner m. Welimena Parker, Nov. 16, 1787. 

James Gardiner m. Eleanor M'^Cauley, Feb. 19, 1814. 

John Gardiner m. Tomsey Vineyard, Dec. 2, 1807. 

John Gardiner m. Rebecca Robinson, Jan. 26, 1819. 

John Gardiner m. Providence Russell, Feb. 16, 1819. 

Jn°. M^'Pherson Gardiner m. Sophia Gassaway, Nov. i, 1805. 

Richard Gardiner m. Ann Merrikin, Nov. 22, 1787. 

Samuel Gardiner m. Ann Riston, July 14, 1818. 

Thomas Gardiner m. Pro\adence Connaway, Feb. 29, 1780. 

Thomas Gardiner m. Susanna Brewer, Mch. 13, 1820. 

William Gardiner m. Elizabeth Nicholson, Mch. 26, 1807. 

Zachariah Gardiner m. Rebecca Stewart, May (Mch?) 25, 1815. 

Abraham Gardner m. Catherine Litchfield, Aug. 26, 1796. 

Benjamin Gardner m. Susanna Brashears, Jan. 2, 1805. 

Charles Gardner m. Margaret Seward, Jan. 5, 1779. 

Edward Gardner m. Sarah Phips, Dec. 17, 1793. 

George Gardner m. Martha Parker, July 11, 1786. 

George Gardner m. Aimy (?) Owings, Dec. 31, 1791. 

George Gardner m. Margaret Hopkins, June 20, 1797. 

James Gardner m. Onner Selby, Feb. 13, 1799. 

John Gardner m. EHzabeth Greenwell, Nov. 7, 1812. 

Obed Gardner m. Elizabeth Goldsmith, Nov. 26, 1794. 

Samuel Gardner m. Ann Day, Apr. 18, 1810. 

William Gardner m. Catherine Shepherd, May 21, 1795. 

William Gardner m. Frances Hemwood, Dec. 12, 1797. 

William Gardner m. Ann Due, Aug. 4, 1804. 

Benjamin Garner m. EHzabeth Parrott, Dec. 22, 1785. 

Benjamin Garner m. Eleanor Pierce, Dec. 15, 1795. 

CorneHus Garretson m. Mary Crandel, June 8, 1816. 

George Garston m. Ann Drane, Sept. 16, 1779. 

Thomas Garston m. Susanna Hansliff, Mch. 26, 1785. 

Jehosephat Gartrell m. Rachel Carr, July 23, 1783. 



438 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Stephen Gartrell m. Mary Cole, Feb. 15, 1779. 

Leonard Gary m. Henrietta Miles, Feb. 2, 1791. 

Lloyd Gary m. Ann Jar\^s, May i, 1792. 

Elie Gassaway m. Rachel Howard, Feb. i, 1783. 

Henry Gassaway m. Margaret Selman, Feb. 3, 1787. 

Henry Gassaway m. Levena Killman, Dec. 6, 1807. 

John Gassaway m. Mary Quynn, Jan. i, 1788. 

John Gassaway m. Elizabeth Price, Sept. 27, 1799. 

Louis Gassaway m. Rebecca Henry, June 17, 1809. 

Nicholas Gassaway m. Amelia Isreal, Jan. 7, 1791. 

Denton Geoghegan m. Elizabeth Shipley, Dec. 18, 1802. 

Robert Geoghegan m. Henrietta Griffith, Sept. 13, 1782. 

Robert Getty m. Margaret Willmot, Dec. 27, 1808. 

Reverdy Ghiselin m. Anne Robosson, Feb. 19, 1798. 

Reverdy Ghiselin m. Margaret Bowie, Dec. 24, 1804. 

Thomas Gibbs m. Mary Chisholm, Jan. 15, 1805. 

John Gibson m. Ann Ridout, Oct. 25, 1785. 

Robert Gifford m. Hannah Meeke, Mch. 14, 1793. 

Stephen Gill m. Hester Kenady, Sept. 21, 1813. 

Jacob Gillan m. Lyddy Jackson, Nov. 28, 1782. 

John Gillison m. Sarah Smithers, Dec. 26, 1786. 

George Gilpin m. Jane Peters, Feb. 19, 1780. 

William Glover m. Eleanor M'^Kellen, Sept. 13, 1786. 

Frederick Goatee m. Laurra Randall, Feb. 3, 1800. 

Archibald Golder m. Sarah Ashmead, Apr. 4, 1782. 

Archibald Golder m. EHzabeth Howard, Mch. 28, 1812. 

Richard Goldsborough m. Nackey Worthington, July 22, 1793. 

Thomas Goldsborough m. Maria Thomas, Sept. 17, 1801. 

William Goldsborough m. Sarah Worthington, Nov. 8, 1792. 

Edward Godman m. Matilda Grace, July 5, 1786. 

Edward Godman m. Margaret Smith, Jan. 8, 1791. 

Humphrey Godman m. Rachel Hall, Apr. 23, 1783. 

William Goodman m. Sarah Green, Mch. 22, 1796. 

William Goodman m. Sarah Goodman, Mch. 7, 1818. 

John Goodwin m. Sarah Benton, Aug. 8, 1812. 

Richard Goodwin m. Mary Henshaw, Jan. 3, 1786. 

Richard Goodwin m. Sarah Rawlings, Feb. 5, 1800. 

Nicholas Gorsuch m. Mary Gravishitt, Aug. 22, 1788. 

Mordecai Gosnell m. Estha Crandel, Aug. 10, 1819. 

Ezekiel Gott m. Mary Childs, Sept. 5, 1783. 

Ezekiel Gott m. Ann Allen, Jan. 30, 1790. 

John Gott m. Sarah Carter, Mch. 7, 1799. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 439 



Richard Gott m. Sarah ColHson, Jan. 12, 1802. 
Samuel Gott m. Amelia M. OReielly, June 16, 181 7. 
William Gough m. Mary Anne Abbot, Oct. 2, 1790. 
Robert Goves m. Alary Mills, Feb. 24, 1781. 
Edward Gownd m. Henrietta Sansbury, Sept. 27, 1788. 
Gutloop Grammer m. Kitty Countryman, Oct. i, 1791. 
Charles Gray m. Sarah Laraton, June 16, 1797. 
Edward R. Gray m. Ellen Foreman, July 24, 1820. 
Elijah Gray m. Mary Lawton, Nov. 10, 1787. 
Greenbury Gray m. Susanna Chaney, Aug. 3, 1789. 
John Gray m. Ann Jacob, Mch. 10, 1781. 
John Gray m. Anne Todd, Oct. 18, 1792. 
John Gray m. Rachel Atwell, Nov. 20, 1802. 
John Gray m. Charlotte Boone, Nov. 8, 1815. 
Matthias Gray m. Rachel Crouder, June 15, 1818. 
Reuben Gray m. Rachel Robinson, Apr. 14, 1807. 
Richard Gray m. Eleanor Richardson July 9, 1796. 
Thomas Gray m. Anna Evans, Apr. 14, 1796. 
Jacob Green m. Mary Talbot, Jan. 17, 1809. 
Jacob Green m. Elizabeth Bird, Jan. 30, 1812. 
John Green m. Fanny Brown, Apr. 14, 1781. 
John Green m. Achsah Burgess, Nov. 27, 1781. 
Lancelot Green m. Mary Selby, Dec. 22, 1784. 
Lancelet Green m. Elizabeth Carr, Oct. 28, 1794. 
WiUiam Green m. Anne M^Near, June 22, 1793. 
WilHam Green m. Mary Sands, Dec. 21, 1797. 
W"". Sanders Green m. Mary Harwood, May 28, 1808. 
Frederick Greenwood m. Mary Robb, May 5, 1784. 
John Gregory m. Elizabeth Godfrey, Aug. 4, 1784. 
Nicholas Gremel m. Elizabeth Wright, Mch. 18, 1794. 
Charles Griffin m. Rachel Marriott, Feb. 3, 1816. 
John Griffin m. Elizabeth Crandell, Mch. 23, 1785. 
John Griffin m. Nancy Sprigg, June 8, 1813. 
Richard Griffin m. Nancy Kirby, Nov. 8, 1813. 
Benjamin Griffith m. Mary Nowell, Dec. 17, 1799. 
Dennis Griffith m. Elizabeth Ridgely, Jan. 20, 1785. 
Edward Griffith m. Elizabeth Trott, Apr. 15, 1786. 
Hugh Griffith m. Elizabeth Lavin, June 24, 1790. 
John Griffith m. Mary Barefoot, May 26, 1798. 
Joseph Griffith m. Sarah Turner, Dec. 27, 1816. 
Joshua Griffith m. Elizabeth Ridgely, May 10, 1798. 
Lewis Griffith m. Sarah Steward, Dec. 13, 1789. 



440 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Lewis Griffith m. Elizabeth Wy\all, Feb. i, 1816. 

Nicholas Griffith m. Anne Ridgely, Dec. 14, 1791. 

Robert Griffith m. Betsey Boone, Apr. 4, 1787. 

Samuel Griffith m. Elizabeth Trott, July 27, 1796. 

Richard Grimes m. Anne Wood, Nov. 22, 1792. 

William Grimes m. Margaret Gibbons, July 22, 1815. 

Charles Grist m. Ann Smart, Apr. 10, 1780. 

Simon Gross m. Mary Lewis, Aug. 14, 1787. 

John Groves m. Jane Ball, May 16, 1791. 

Jn°. Constantine Mar'SoUon Groves m. Rosalie Margaret Mury, Apr. 

1 801. 
Joshua Groves m. Sarah Boyd, Feb. 7, 1793. 
Solomom Groves m. Sarah King, Feb. 14, 1792. 
John Guyer m. Margaret Dixon, Aug. 14, 1790. 
Bennett Gwinn m. Mary Belt, Jan. 13, 1795. 
John Gwinn m. Louisa Ann Hobbs, Nov. 5, 1817. 
Samuel Hackett m. Margaret Bristol, Mch. 4, 1796. 
Robert Haddoway m. Jane Randall, Feb. 25, 1813. 
Peter Hagner m. Frances Randall, Apr. 22, 1806. 
Daniel Hall m. Margaret Macclesh, Jan. 24, 1812. 
Daniel Hall m. Susan Fowler, July 25, 1814. 
Edward Hall m. Mary Stevenson, Mch. 8, 1790. 
Elisha Hall m. DeHlah Ricketts, Sept. 14, 1801. 
George Hall m. Rebecca Frost, Nov. 23, 1809. 
Henry Hall m. Rachel Harwood, June 23, 1787. 
Henry Hall m. Arianna Stevenson, Apr. 18, 1797. 
Henry Augustus Hall m. Anne Lyles Estep, Nov. i, 1814. 
Henry Sprigg Hall m. Ann Garston, Sept. 29, 1803. 
John Hall m. Ann Dawley, Sept. 28, 1785. 
John Hall m. Mary Williams, Feb. 22, 1808. 
John Hall m. Charlotte Johnson, Aug. 4, 1813. 
John Stephen Hall m. Elizabeth D. Boyd, Nov. 5, 1789. 
Joseph Hall m. Harriett A. Sellman, Feb. 23, 1802. 
Joshua Hall m. Priscilla Woodfield, Feb. i, 1791. 
Nathaniel Hall m. Susanna Phelps, Feb. 28, 1778. 
Nathaniel Hall m. Delilah Williams, Nov. 13, 1812. 
Richard Hall m. Sarah Cowman, Jan. 14, 1789. 
Richard Hall m. Mary Connway, June 5, 1802. 
Richard Hall m. Eleanor Cadle, Jan. 26, 181 1. 
Richard Hall m. Martha Jones, June 11, 1814. 
Thomas Hall m. Ann Duckett Anderson, Jan. 26, 1807. 
Thomas H. Hall m. Henrietta Cowman, Feb. 5, 1806. 



]\IARRIAGE LICENSES 441 

Thomas W. Hall m. AIar\- Anne Hall, Oct. 24, 181 6. 

William Hall m. Martha Duckett, Apr. 6, 1782. 

William Hall m. Margaret Watkins, Jan. 21, 1788. 

William Hall m. Caroline Weedon, Sept. 14, 1820. 

William I. Hall m. Margaret Harwood, Nov. 18, 1819. 

Denton Hammond m. Sarah Hall Baldwin, Aug. 17, 1805. 

Henr}' Hammond m. Henny Stinchcomb, Dec. 22, 1794. 

Hezekiah Hammond m. Margaret Lambeth, Dec. 16, 1801. 

Hezekiah Hammond m. Sarah Lambeth, June 7, 1809. 

James Hammond m. Else Holmes, Nov. 9, 1786. 

John Hammond m. Harriet Dorsey, Mch. 22, 1820. 

Lloyd Hammond m. Mary Hammond, Mch. 21, 1795. 

Lloyd T. Hammond m. Elizabeth IMereweather, Nov. 7, 1803. 

Matthias Hammond m. Eliza Brown, May 7, 1812. 

Philip Hammond m. Elizabeth Wright, July 17, 1784. 

Philip Hammond Jn^ m. Juha Ann Hammond, Mch. i, 1814. 

Edward Hampton m. Mary Ann Bryan, Jan. 13, 1779. 

Benjamin Hancock m. Sarah Jenkins, Mch. 31, 1803. 

Benjamin Hancock m. Marj^ Pierce, July 25, 1816. 

Francis Hancock m. Jemima Selby, Dec. 5, 1798. 

Nathaniel Hancock m. Sophia Gray, May 17, 1788. 

Nathaniel Hancock m. Ruth Fox, May 15, 1795. 

Stephen Hancock m. Anne Cromwell, Jan. 15, 1801. 

Da^^d Hanlon m. Harriet Moss, Feb. 27, 1808. 

Nicholas Hanna m. Elizabeth Lee, Feb. 18, 1779. 

Samuel Hannah m. Mary Marshall, Jan. 19, 1790. 

William Hanna m. Sarah Turner, Feb. 3, 1778. 

Benjamin Hanshaw m. Eliz^. Joice, Dec. 27, 1820. 

Charles Hanshaw m. Nancy Hanshaw, June 8, 1814. 

John Hanshaw m. Anne Goodwin, Dec. 8, 1785. 

Lloyd Hanshaw m. Matilda Clarage, June 11, 1817. 

James Hanskan m. Hervine Thompson, Apr. 28, 1781. 

Alexander C. Hanson m. Rebecca Howard, June 4, 1778. 

Alexander C. Hanson Jn^ m. Pricilla Dorsey, June 24, 1805. 

John Hanson m. Rebecca Hammond, Feb. 16, 1779. 

William Hanson m. Helen Gray, Feb. 2, 1788. 

William Hanson m. Deborah Burland, June 29, 1797. 

Benjamin D. Hardesty m. Sarah Griffin, Sept. 14, 1818. 

Edmund Hardesty m. Ruth Chaney, Dec. 22, 1792. 

Frederick Hardesty m. Rachel Watts, July 12, 1791. 

Henry Herdesty m. Ann Letman, June 28, 1777. 

John Hardesty m. Agnes Nettles, June 29, 1803. 



442 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Joshua Hardesty m. Elizabeth Wood, Jan. 25, 1814. 

Matthew Hardesty m. Elizabeth Williams, Jan. 2, 1805. 

Thomas Hardesty m. Ann Chaney, Jan. 3, 1797. 

Thomas Hardesty m. Achsah Simmons, Nov. 24, 1819. 

William Hardesty m. Eleanor Whittington, Mch. 3, 1810. 

John Harding m. Sarah Graham, Apr. 20, 1809. 

George Hardy m. Susanna Phelps, Dec. 24, 1806. 

James Harv^ey m. Artridge Norris, Dec. 13, 1784. 

Robert G. Harper m. Catherine Carroll, May 7, 1801. 

Samuel Harper m. Else Collister, Nov. 4, 1795. 

Joshua Harris m. Lucy Rummells, Feb. 19, 1797. 

Samuel Harris m. Clare Legg, Mch. 9, 1778. 

Samuel Harris m. Jane Gott, Dec. 7, 1784. 

Thomas Harris Jn^ m. Eleanor Davidson, Oct. 31, 1795. 

Benjamin Harrison m. Deborah Ghiseline, Dec. 12, 1787. 

Elisha Harrison m. Ann Chew, May 14, 1787. 

James Harrison m. Elizabeth Walker, Feb. 21, 1811. 

James Harrison m. Catherine Miller, Jan. 5, 1813. 

John Harrison m. Rachel Deale, Jan. 28, 1780. 

Joseph G. Harrison m. Matilda B. Wood, May 22, 1816. 

Richard Harrison m. Mary Norris, Apr. 17, 1782. 

Samuel Harrison m. Susanna Johns, June 13, 1778. 

Samuel Harrison m. Mary Steuart, June 7, 1808. 

Daniel Hart m. Harriet Smith, Nov. 18, 1813. 

James Harvey m. Martha Boyd Groves, July 29, 1796. 

Benjamin Harwood of Rh-*. m. Henrietta Battee, Oct. 5, 181 1. 

Benj" Harwood of Pr''. m. Peggy H. Hall, Nov. 4, 1820. 

Henry H. Harwood m. Eliza. Lloyd, Feb. 14, 1805. 

John Harwood m. Elizabeth Camden, Dec. 8, 1790. 

John Harwood m. Mary Newton Brewer, Apr. 21, 1798. 

Joseph Harwood m. Anne Chapman, Sept. 22, 1802. 

Noble Harwood m. Mary Harwood, Oct. 28, 1796. 

Osborn Harwood m. Elizabeth Ann Harwood, Oct. 31, 1791. 

Richard Harwood m. Lucy Battee, May 29, 1806. 

Richard Harwood of Tho'. m. Sarah Callahan, Mch. 29, 1803. 

Richard Harwood m. Elizabeth Sefton, Jan. 24, 1810. 

Richard H. Harwood m. Anne C. Green, Oct. 23, 1798. 

Robert Harwood m. Mary Goodwin, Dec. 22, 1796. 

Thomas Harwood of Benj. m. Charlotte Vallotte, Jan. 12, 1805. 

Thomas Harwood m. Mary Stevart, Dec. 26, 1820. 

William Harwood m. Naomi Watkins, July 5, 1806. 

John Haslup m. Alary Griffith White, Oct. 17, 1800. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 443 

John Hathaly m. Sarah Ann Brown, Dec. 21, 1813. 

Archibald Hawkins m. Mary Queen, Jan. 10, 1817. 

Elias Hayden m. Rachel Hopper, Dec. 23, 1779. 

Elias Hayden m. Rachel Carroll, Dec. 24, 1784. 

Charles Hayes m. EHzabeth Ennis, Dec. 22, 1818. 

William Hays m. Sarah Ryan, Mch. 27, 1780. 

Caleb Hazle m. Jemima James, July 8, 1785. 

Edward Hazle m. Catherine Connoway, Dec. 23, 1 791. 

James Heard m. Martha Young, Oct. 11, 181 7. 

Edward Heath m. Mary Garner, Nov. 13, 1798. 

Robert Heath m. Ann Gardner, Feb. 29, 1808. 

Robert Heath m. Ann Johnson, May 23, 1812. 

William Heath m. Mary Atwell, Aug. 28, 1778. 

William Heath m. Wilhelmina Brashears, Sept. 14, 181 1. 

William Hedes m. Rachel Herren, Feb. 14, 1798. 

Robert Hendle m. Catherine Roberts, Aug. 28, 1813. 

Thomas Hendry m. Margaret Slicer, Nov. 13, 1819. 

Thomas Henry m. Ann Nicholson, Feb. 5, 1788. 

John Hinson m. Sarah Morgan, Dec. 10, 1787. 

Charles Henwood m. Sarah Burton, May 10, 1794. 

Vachel Henwood m. Nancy Price, Jan. 27, 1808. 

William Henwood m. Mary Stevens, June 2, 1794. 

Edward Herbert m. Ann Middleton, Mch. 13, 1788. 

W^illiam Hesterly m. Mary Polton, Apr. 15, 1778. 

Thomas Hewitt m. Margaret Chalmers, Feb. 5, 1791. 

Geo. Washington Higgins m. Ann Luckland, Dec. 24, 1798. 

Henry Higgs m. Grace Owens Mch. i, 1785. 

Joshua Clarke Higgins m. Priscilla Laville, Nov. 3, 1792. 

James Higley m. Anne Johnson, Apr. 17, 1805. 

Abell Hill m. Sarah Childs, Jan. 28, 1794. 

Joseph Hill m. Susannah Hill, Feb. 8, 1782. 

Morgan Hill m. Mary L. Childs, Apr. 23, 1816. 

Morgan Hill m. Althea Brown, Jan. 6, 1818. 

Richard Hill m. Margaret Drury, Jan. 23, 1816. 

William Hill m. Margaret Hutton, Dec. 10, 1792. 

Benjamin Hilton m. Hester Taylor, Feb. 4, 1813. 

John Hilton m. Rebecca Gardner, Mch. 28, 1798. 

John Hilton m. Eleanor Pearce, Apr. 16, 1802. 

Osborn Hinton m. Nancy Wheeler, Nov. 6, 1805. 

Thomas Hinton m. Lilly Griffith, Jan. 4, 1795. 

WilHam Hinton m. Ann Turner, Feb. 6, 1787. 

John Hoberth m. EHz. Hardesty, Oct. 27, 1 791. 



444 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Charles R. Hobbs m. Comfort Eliz". Bigford, Oct. 19, 1793. 
Noah Hobbs m. Rachel Warfield, Feb. 15, 1780. 
William Hobbs m. Lydia Warfield, Oct. 6, 1779. 
Henry Hodge m. Sarah M''Cauley, Apr. 21, 1795. 
Benjamin Hodges m. Elizabeth Jenings, Oct. 13, 1808. 
Henry Hodges m. Mary Sappington, Aug. 15, 1799. 
Thomas Brooke Hodgkin m. Elizabeth Towes, Oct. 6, 1779. 
Jacob Hoffman m. Hester Ashmund, June 23, 1790. 
Christopher Hohne m. Mary Holland, Jan. 7, 1792. 
Charles Holland m. Sarah Gardner, July 20, 1799. 
Edward Holland m. Jane Sullivan, June 14, 1777. 
Edward Holland m. Mary Simson, Dec. 28, 1793. 
Edward Holland m. Eliza Wason, Feb. 24, 18 10. 
Henry Holland m. Nancy Ray, Nov. 16, 1784. 
Henry S. Holland m. Susan Darnall, June 21, 1814. 
Isaac Holland m. Jane Steward, Apr. 24, 1790. 
Isaac Holland m. Delilah Sands, June 4, 181 1. 
Isaac Holland Jn^ m. Mary Shepheard, Apr. 26, 1820. 
James Holland m. Mary Ann M'^Kenzie, Dec. 21, 1789. 
James Holland m. Anne Sands, Feb. 13, 1806. 
John Holland m. Margaret Griffith, Apr. 13, 1789. 
Joseph Holland m. Ann Curr, Dec. i, 1783. 
Nehemiah Holland m. Ann Glover, Aug. 25, 1812. 
Hezekiah HoUiday m. Hannah Disney, May 24, 18 14. 
John HoUyday m. Sarah Childs, Dec. 9, 1778. 
John Hollyday m. Mary Knighton, May 7, 1787. 
John Hollyday m. Mary Chalk, Nov. 28, 1787. 
Thomas Holliday m. Sarah Phipps, Sept. 17, 1816. 
John Hollydayoke m. Eleanor Parrott, May 31, 1814. 
Daniel Holloway m. Sarah Rodwell, Oct. 11, 1791. 
Hezekiah Holloway m. Harriet Kimble, Sept. 13, 1803. 
Nicholas Holliway m. Elizabeth Atkinson, Feb. 8, 1817. 
William Holloway m. Anne Wilson, Aug. 16, 1791. 
Westol Meek Holme m. Ann Sophia Cross, Oct. 19, 1820. 
William Holmes m. Else Williams, July 3, 1780. 
John Holston m. Mary Dow, June 14, 1785. 
Benjamin Hood m. Sally Wayman, June 5, 1797. 
Joshua Hood m. Ann Pumphrey, Dec. 6, 1819. 
Henry Hoodward m. Mary White, June 14, 1791. 
John Hooper m. Mary Tucker, Nov. i, 1798. 
John Hooper m. Mary Tucker, Jan. 2, 1806. 
Nicholas Hooper m. Mary Ridgely, Mch. 15, 1803. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 445 

Gerrard Hopkins m. Patience Hopkins, Sept. 29, 1801. 
George Hopkins m. Sarah Henwood, Dec. 8, 1790. 
Isaac H. Hopkins m. Rachel Watkins, May 5, 1808. 
JoHnger Hopkins m. Martha Stockett, Nov. 16, 1813. 
Joseph Hopkins m. Sally Duvall, Mch. 28, 1804. 
Joseph Hopkins m. Anne Lusby, June 8, 1810. 
Philip Hopkins m. Mary Mabberly, Oct. 30, 1777. 
Philip Hopkins m. Mary Blunt, June 26, 1802. 
Rezin Hopkins m. Nancy Cooley, Dec. 26, 1810. 
Richard Hopkins m. Hannah Hammond, Mch. 2, 1789. 
Samuel Hopkins m. Hessy Trott, Dec. 24, 1795. 
Samuel G. Hopkins m. Anne S. Hall, Oct. 18, 1814. 
William Hopkins m. Eleanor Sunderlin, Dec. 18, 1784. 
William Hopkins m. Margaret Pindell, June 20, 1807. 
Benjamin Hopper m. AmeHa Wright, Feb. 27, 1798. 
Beale Howard m. Nancy Carman, Mch. 24, 1810. 
Burgess Howard m. Elizabeth Macbridge, May 14, 1778. 
Burgess Howard m. EHzabeth OFlaherty, July 6, 1778. 
Hezekiah Howard m. Airy Carr, Nov. 7, 1816. 
Samuel H. Howard m. Mary Higinbotham, Apr. 24, 1789. 
Thomas Howse m. Mary Smith, Dec. 26, 1792. 
Thomas Howson m. EHzabeth Flemming, Feb. 9, 1780. 
Alexander Hoy m. Fanny Basford, Jan. 15, 1803. 
George Hoyle m. Anne Childs, Nov. 23, 1813. 
Jeremiah Hughes m. Priscilla Jacob, July 8, 1807. 
James Hughes m. Elizabeth Sears, Jan. 22, 1780. 
James Humphreys m. Mary Shields, Aug. 21, 1781. 
John Humphreys m. Ann Bender, Jan. i, 1784. 
James Hunt m. Matilda Lowney, Nov. 19, 1782. 
James Hunter m. Sarah M'^Cubbin, Oct. 21, 1797. 
James Hunter m. EHzabeth Glover, May 17, 1810. 
James Hunter m. Mary Miller, May 20, 1819. 
John Hunter m. Margaret Mahoney, Aug. 11, 1796. 
John Hurst m. EHzabeth Broome, Mch. 23, 1793. 
Charles Hutton m. Mary Gardner, Apr. 6, 1794. 
Henry Hutton m. EHzabeth Gott, July 16, 1783. 
James Hutton m. Sarah Shearbert, Mch. 2, 1791. 
Jonathan Hutton m. Eliza Plain, July 26, 1814. 
Richard G. Hutton m. Mary Armiger, Dec. i, 181 7. 
Samuel Hutton m. Margaret Pinkney, Aug. 18, 1782. 
William Hutton m. EHzabeth Nowel, Jan. 12, 1802. 
William Hutton m. Rachel Crandell, Dec. 10, 1802. 



446 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Daniel Tho'. Hyde m. Ann Merriken, Sept. 4, 1818. 
John Hyde m. Sarah Wells, Feb. 21, 1789. 
Thomas Hyde m. Rebecca Mantle, Oct. 27, 1792. 
Abednego Hyett m. Mary Elson, Feb. 2, 1788. 
Joseph Ice m. Belinda Vernon, July 31, 1781. 
Dennis Iglehart m. Catherine Atwell, Dec. 24, 1810. 
Jacob Iglehart m. Anne Beall, Jan. 24, 1798. 
James Iglehart m. Ann Sellman, Jan. 9, 1788. 
John Iglehart m. Rachel Nichols, Feb. 4, 1797. 
John Iglehart m. Eleanor Smoot, Apr. 10, 1811. 
Leonard Iglehart m. Juliana Watkins, Nov. 28, 181 1. 
Rezin Iglehart m. Hester Watkins, Dec. 14, 1805. 
Richard Iglehart m. Sarah Stockett, Nov. 27, 1797. 
William Iglehart m. Anne Smith, Dec. 24, 1802. 
Gassaway I jams m. Ann Pearce, Nov. 14, 1804. 
John Ijams m. Susanna Taylor, June 5, 1778. 
John Ijams m. Rachel Marriott, Feb. 15, 1794. 
Samuel liams m. Mary Ratliff, Feb. i, 1779. 
Thomas liams m. Ann Neale, Nov. 7, 1780. 
William limes m. Charity Ryan, Jan. 5, 1782. 
Snowden Ingmore m. Margaret Cheney, Dec. 3, 1790. 
William Inis m. Margaret Jonis, July 18, 1817. 
Richard Isaac m. Ann Williams, July 3, 1784. 
Joseph Isaac m. Alle Belt, Oct. 24, 1789. 
Sutton Isaacs m. Elizabeth Clarke, Feb. 6, 1795. 
Charles Ivery m. Ruth Neale, Jan. 13, 1779. 
Thomas Ivory m. Elizabeth Pearce, Jan. 5, 1804. 
Thomas Ivory m. Polly Brigdell, Apr. 3, 1807. 
James Jackson m. Ann Stewart, Oct. 12, 1786. 
John Jackson m. Nancy Powell, Dec. 22, 1795. 
John Jackson m. Ruth Meeke, Oct. 5, 1797. 
John Jackson m. Mary White, Apr. 2, 1801. 
Ezekiel Jacob m. Ann Davis, Mch. 9, 1781. 
John Jacob m. Mary Davis, June 16, 1798. 
John Jacob m. Frances M'Cauley, Jan. 9, 1809. 
Joseph Jacob m. Elizabeth Gray, Jan. 21, 1790. 
Richard Jacob m. Anne Johnson, Apr. 2, 1801. 
Robert Jacob m. Anne Welch, Feb. 13, 1801. 
James Jacobs m. Ann M'^Cauley, Mch. 5, 1810. 
James Jacobs m. Mary Journey, June 11, 1816. 
John Jacobs m. Margaret Carroll, Nov. 25, 1779. 
John Jacobs m. Margaret Carroll, Dec. 16, 1780. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 447 

Joseph Jacobs m. Dalinda Little, June 14, 1794. 
Samuel Jacobs m. Elizabeth Gray, July 4, 1780. 
William D. Jacobs m. Artridge Journe, Nov. 16, 1806. 
Benjamin James m. Christian Disney, Dec. 24, 1804. 
Nathan James m. Barbara Joice, Dec. 24, 1807. 
William Jeames m. Susanna Lusby, Sept. 19, 1789. 
William James m. Frances Ray, Apr. 16, 1804. 
William James m. Dinah Warfield, Mch. 10, 1807. 
William James m. Sarah Boone, Oct. 29, 1813. 
John Jarrett m. Sarah Fisher, Feb. 14, 1811. 
John Jarv'is m. Ann Yieldell, Jan. 5, 1788. 
John Jar\^s m. Mary Ross, Nov. 12, 1790. 
William Jennings m. EHzabeth Ann Macgill, Oct. 17, 1796. 
Baker Johnson m. Catherine Worthington, Dec. 8, 1784. 
Charles Johnson m. Anna Burton, Sept. 9, 1783. 
Charles Johnson m. Aria Johnson, June 28, 1814. 
Christopher Johnson m. Mary Gambrill, May 3, 1802. 
Elisha Johnson m. Ann Miles, May 21, 1806. 
Henr>' Johnson m. Polly Stevens, Nov. 25, 1794. 
Henry Johnson m. Ruth Johnson, Mch. 31, 1799. 
John Johnson m. Delilah Lusby, June 18, 1789. 
John Johnson m. Deborah GhiseHn, Jan. 9, 1794. 
John Johnson m. Abigail Edwards, July 11, 1795. 
John Johnson m. Ary Robertson, July 24, 1798. 
J ohnsey Johnson m. Anne Burton, Apr. 15, 1797. 
Lander Johnson m. Rebecca Robinson, Jan. 2, 1793. 
Landa Johnson m. Sarah Williams, Dec. 3, 1798. 
Lloyd Johnson m. Cordelia Pumphrey, Dec. 8, 18 19. 
Nicholas Johnson m. Anne Johnson, Dec. 7, 1803. 
Oneal Johnson m. Nancy Henwood, June 7, 1814. 
Richard Johnson m. Minah Mobberly, Jan. 17, 1781. 
Richard Johnson m. Sarah Henwood, Sept. 28, 1799. 
Robert Johnson m. Catherine GhiseHn, Jan. 11, 1792. 
Robert Johnson m. Anne Price, May 27, 1793. 
Robert Johnson m. Mary Burton, Dec. i, 1817. 
Samuel Johnson m. Anne Smith, Dec. 27, 1807. 
Samuel Johnson m. Ann E. Brown, Mch. 3, 1814. 
Silas Johnson m. Rebecca Travers, Nov. 22, 1814. 
Solomon Johnson m. Rachel Johnson, Apr. 3, 1817. 
Thomas Johnson m. Durkey Mabberly, Mch. 3, 1781. 
Thomas Johnson m. Charlotte Hasselius, June 5, 1792. 
Thomas Johnson m. Alia Meeke, Feb. 21, 1797. 



448 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Thomas Johnson m. Sarah Phillips, Feb. 20, 1802. 

William Johnson m. Mary Arnold, May 12, 1782. 

WilHam Johnson m. Ann Davis, Apr. 12, 1786. 

WiUiam Johnson m. Mary Davidson, June 29, 1798. 

William Johnson m. Ann Luithicum, June 5, 1799. 

WilHam Johnson m. Sarah Norman, June 23, 1800. 

William Johnson m. Mary Davis, Nov. 5, 1800. 

WilHam Johnson m. Mary Thomas, May 18, 1815. 

Zachariah Johnson m. Elizabeth Ray, July 21, 1794. 

Zachariah Johnson m. Sarah Cromwell, Dec. 6, 1809. 

Zachariah Johnson m. Rachel Burton, Dec. 24, 1814. 

Zachariah Johnson m. Priscilla Mace, Jan. 10, 1817. 

Zachariah Johnson m. Sarah Goodwin, Aug. 29, 181 5. 

Zachariah Johnson Sn^ m. Elizabeth Pumphrey, Dec. 15, 181 8. 

George Joice m. Mary Ann Johnson, Dec. 16, 181 8. 

Richard Joice m. Nancy Arnold, Jan. 31, 181 1. 

Richard Joyce m. Nina Reynolds, Jan. 21, 1815. 

Stephen Joice m. EHzabeth Yieldhall, Jan. 15, 1801. 

Stephen Joice m. Betsy Thomas, Oct. 13, 1806. 

Thomas Joice m. Sarah Watts, Jan. 3, 1795. 

William Joice m. EHzabeth Yieldhall, Sept. 9, 1789. 

Anthony Jones m. Nancy Brown, Apr. 24, 1787. 

Benjamin Jones m. Mary Ann Myers, Dec. 31, 1777. 

Benjamin Jones m. Anne Eattry, Feb. 6, 1795. 

Charles Jones m. Mary Miller, Apr. 10, 1786. 

David Jones m. Jamima Robinson, Jan. 4, 1781. 

Ezekiel Jones m. Ruth Warfield, Feb. 21, 1792. 

Henry Jones m. Rebecca Knighton, Oct. 4, 1777. 

Henry Jones m. Mary Elliott, Jan. 6, 1807. 

Henry Jones m. Martha Tillard, Feb. 15, 1814. 

Isaac Jones m. Mary Duvall, Nov. 6, 1794. 

Isaac Jones m. Sarah Hopkins, Jan. 26, 1807. 

Isaac Jones m. Ann Waters, Jan. 11, 1808. 

Jason Jones m. Rebecca Griffith, Dec. 23, 1785. 

Jason Jones m. Elizabeth Thompson, Nov. 25, 1799. 

Jeremiah Jones m. Sarah Waters, Dec. 19, 1800. 

John Jones m. Rachel Atkison, May 28, 1792. 

John Jones m. Sarah Philips, Oct. 7, 1802. 

John O. Jones m. Mary Steuart, Mch. 24, 1804. 

Nathan Jones m. Eleanor Waters, Feb. 10, 1819. 

Philip Jones m. Deborah M^Cauley, July 7, 1787. 

Richard Jones m. Catharine Fitzgerald, Jan. 18, 1779. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 449 



Richard Jones m. INIary Southern, May 11, 1784. 
Richard Jones m. Eleanor Elliott, Dec. 25, 1807. 
Richard J. Jones m. Margaret B. Chew, May 14, 1816. 
Samuel Jones m. Signa Hinton, Jan. 6, 1791. 
Samuel Jones m. Mary Ball, Oct. 3, 1814. 
Samuel Jones m. Priscilla Hawkins, Jan. 6, 181 7. 
William Jones m. Elizabeth Bridges, Feb. 19, 1785. 
George Jordan m. Prudence Wilson, Sept. 12, 1818. 
William Jordon m. Sarah Sansbury, Aug. 6, 1807. 
Edward Journey m. Ann Hopkins, Mch. 14, 1787. 
Edward Journey m. Elizabeth Carvill, Jan. 4, 1798. 
John Journey m. Doratha M'^Daniel, Feb. 7, 1803. 
Sabrit Journey m. EHzabeth Watkins, Dec. 5, 1805. 
James Jubb m. Rachel Pumphrey, Dec. 17, 1818. 
Richard Jub m. Sarah Neagle, Sept. 19, 1795. 
Thomas Karney m. Ann Richardson, Feb. Ii, 1812. 
Arthur Keames m. Mary Davidson, Oct. 7, 1777. 
George Keatinge m. Mary Ann Caton, July 12, 181 7. 
Thomas Keef m. Rachel Barber, Feb. 14, 1780. 
Noah B. Keeler m. Ehzabeth Taylor, Feb. 22, 1817. 
Luke Keerstead m. Elizabeth Simmons, Nov. 8, 1779. 
Edmund Kelly m. Mary Tucker, Jan. 11, 1794. 
Edmund Kelly m. Ann Tucker, Mch. 6, 1813. 
Matthew Kelley m. Curtis Carey, Apr. 27, 1781. 
Patrick Kelly m. Ariana Conner, Sept. 30, 1790. 
Joseph Kemp m. Frances Richards, Feb. 14, 1807. 
Hugh Kennedy m. Susanna Fisher, Oct. 26, 1779. 
Daniel M. Kennon m. Maria Wilson, Dec. 9, 1777. 
Robert W. Kent m. Mary Ann Machubin, June 7, 1814. 
Archibald Kerr m. Abigail Faris, Jan. 21, 1802. 
John Kerr m. Elfreda Fiarbrother, Nov. 24, 1789. 
John Ker m. Mary Reed, July 30, 1798. 
Francis Kerrick m. Mary Dove, Feb. 21, 1797. 
John Kerrick m. Mary Isaac, Jan. 12, 1790. 
Francis Scott Key m. Mary Taylor Lloyd, Jan. 19, 1802. 
Thomas Kilgbar m. Mary Hicks, June 25, 1807. 
William Kilty m. EHzabeth Middleton, Aug. 12, 1790. 
Rowland Kimble m. Ann Cooper, Feb. 18, 1784. 
Francis King m. Ally Griffith, June 15, 1819. 
John King m. Mary Kilman, Jan. 11, 1791. 
John Peter King m. Elizabeth Stansbury, Jan. 31, 1807. 
Josias Wilson King m. Letitia Whetcroft, July 16, 1791. 
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450 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Thomas King m. Eleanor Groves, Mch. 24, 1796. 
Thomas King m. EHzabeth Hopkins, Dec. 20, 1819. 
William King m. Mary Fowler, Nov. 3, 1798. 
George Kirby m. Anne Randall, Dec. 25, 1798. 
George Kirby m. Rebecca Fowler, Oct. 19, 181 1. 
James Kirby m. Ann Stinchcomb, Jan. 10, 1789. 
James Kirby m. Rebecca Young, Nov. 17, 1817. 
John Kirby m. Lydia Mace, Nov. 4, 1806. 
Richard Kirby m. Crissy Phips, Jan. i, 1799. 
Vachel Kirby m. Temperance Rawles, Feb. 3, 1819. 
William Kirby m. Susanna Phips, Apr. 4, 1799. 
William Kirby m. Mary Larramore, Feb. 20, 1816. 
Edward Kirkland m. Sarah Glover, Feb. 18, 1791. 
Frederick Kirtier m. EHza Plunkett, Nov. 27, 1819. 
John Kitty m. Catherine Quynn, May 9, 1792. 
WiUiam Knight m. Anne Cavey, July 25, 1793. 
William Knight m. Anne Linge, Mch. 6, 1798. 
William Knight m. EHza Young, Feb. 26, 1807. 
Gassaway Knighton m. Sarah \\'illiams, Jan. 25, 1788. 
Gassaway Knighton m. Willie Hardesty, July 28, 1806. 
John Knighton m. Mary Tayman, Sept. 18, 1804. 
Keesa Knighton m. Rachel Parish, May 4, 1803. 
Nicholas Knighton m. Elizabeth Elliott, Dec. 23, 1780. 
Nicholas Knighton m. Eleanor Watkins, July 20, 1813. 
Richard Knighton m. Mary Rark, Dec. 9, 1805. 
Richard Knighton m. Margaret Roberts, Sept. 30, 181 5. 
Samuel Knighton m. Sarah Clues, July 2, 1800. 
Samuel Knighton m. Artridge Atwell, Nov. 15, 1810. 
William Knighton m. Ruth Wason, Jan. 6, 1797. 
Thomas Knott m. Frances Ray, June 14, 1790. 
Thomas Kooney m. Elizabeth Silk, Nov. 17, 1787. 
Elisha Kuckland m. Susannah Dorsey, Jan. 4, 1819. 
John Lamb m. Mary Dowden, Sept. 4, 1778. 
John Lamb m. Margaret White, Feb. 17, 1803. 
Daniel Lamdin m. Artridge Harvey, Jan. 26, 1791. 
Robert Lambdin m. Sarah Brewer, Oct. 29, 1803. 
Benjamin Lambeth m. Mary Dove, Dec. 15, 1787. 
Christopher Lambeth m. Lucy Lambeth, Jan. 11, 1799. 
Henry Lamberth m. Mary Varnall, Jan. 3, 1786. 
John Lambath m. Susanna Dove, Feb. 2, 1788. 
Joseph Lambeth m. Sarah Sullivan, Jan. 6, 1802. 
Thomas Lumbeth m. Mary Carr, Apr. 26, 1788. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 451 

William Lambeth m. Elizabeth Carr, Dec. 15, 1802. 

Thomas Lamden m. Susanna Sherwood, June 16, 1785. 

Thomas Lamden m. Anne Lowe, Feb. 26, 1788. 

John Lanashe m. Ann Howard, Sept. 4, 1781. 

Harrison Lane m. Eleanor Crandell, May 21, 1789. 

Harrison Lane m. Nancy Day, Aug. 26, 1811. 

Joseph Lane m. Barbara Childs, Aug. 28, 1820. 

Nathan Lane m. Sarah S. Chew, Jan. 24, 1789. 

Richard Lane m. Frances Cowman, Dec. 12, 1803. 

Thomas Lane m. Barbara Evensfield [?], June 12, 1787. 

Thomas Lane m. Rebecca Hardesty, Dec. 29, 1819. 

William Lang m. Lucy Bangs, Apr. 23, 1811. 

John Langdon m. Elizabeth Evans, June 14, 1782. 

John H. Lansdale m. Nancy Warfield, June 6, 1797. 

Richard Lany m. Elizabeth Tayman, Apr. 17, 1802. 

William Laramore m. Mary Mitchell, Mch. 15, 1813. 

Greenbury Larke m. Amelia Henshaw, Jan. 19, 1804. 

Stephen Lark m. Sarah Turner, Dec. 15, 1807. 

John P. Larmar m. Martha Smith, Mch. 26, 1808. 

Randolph B. Latimer m. Catherine Rutland, Mch. 18, 1790. 

Richard Laughlin m. Constarine Gaither, Nov. 9, 1807. 

James Laureith m. Martha HasHp, July 7, 1815. 

James Laurent m. Mary Owens, May 5, 1810. 

James Lawrence m. Jane Smoot, Feb. 18, 1816. 

John Lawrence m. Mary Lewis, Sept. 15, 1792. 

William Lawrance m. Hamulal Warfield, Nov. 15, 1785. 

Thomas Leach m. Mary Franklin, Apr. 20, 1809. 

Charles Lee m. Alia Nowell, Sept. 19, 1792. 

Edward Lee m. Margaret Mayo, Dec. 9, 1789. 

John Lee m. Ann Williams, July 14, 1777. 

Joseph Lee m. Susanna Purdy, Jan. 15, 1807. 

Philip Lee m. Lucy Waters, May 29, 1802. 

Stephen Lee m. Rachel Welch, Feb. 12, 1789. 

Stephen Lee m. Elizabeth Plummer, Oct. 13, 1801. 

Henry Leeders m. Sarah Small, Apr. 4, 1806. 

William Leeders m. Ruth Weedon, Apr. 12, 1814. 

Nicholas Leeke m. Mary Farrill, Oct. 22, 1778. 

Richard Lefton [Sefton ?] m. Mary Adams, July 14, 1803. 

Henr>' Legross m. Catherine Harrison, June 8, 1784. 

George Gray Leiper m. Eliz". Snowden Thomas, May 2, 1810. 

Henry Letsinger m. Mary Ann Cypus, May 6, 1778. 

Jesse Lewis m. Rebecca Davidge, Jan. 7, 1793. 



452 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Job Lewis m. Leah Mason, Nov. ID, 1778. 
John Lewis m. Sarah Richardson, Aug. 22, 1801. 
Robert Lewis m. Sarah Butler, Apr. 15, 1797. 
Samuel Lewis m. Elizabeth Todd, Feb. 8, 1809. 
Tho=. W. H. Lewas m. EHzabeth Moss, July 2, 1801. 
William Lewis m. Mary Gray, Aug. 17, 1781. 
William Lilley m. Herebiah Bush, May 18, 1782. 
Nicholas Lingan m. Susanna M'^Cubbin, June 14, 1796. 
Daniel Linsey m. Sarah Marsh, Oct. 20, 1803. 
John Linstead m. Susanna Gray, Apr. 5, 1796. 
Joseph Linstead m. Rebecca Reeves, May 22, 1800. 
Archibald Linthicum m. Mary Leeke, Jan. 28, 1783. 
Assael Linthicum m. Lidia Andrews, Jan. 31, 1810. 
Edward Linthicum m. Sarah Griffin, Jan. 27, 1794. 
Hezekiah Linthicum m. Sarah Jacob, May 8, 1802. 
John Linthicum Sn^ m. Elizabeth White, Feb. 2, 1805. 
Joseph Linthicum m. Sarah Spedding, May 4, 1787. 
Joseph Linthicum m. Rachel Wilson, May 30, 1796. 
Joshua Linthicum m. EHzabeth Beard, May 19, 1800. 
Thomas Linthicum m. Sarah Lampley, Jan. 19, 1781. 
Thomas Linthicum m. Rebecca Tucker, Feb. 6, 1787. 
Wesley Linthicum m. Mary Merriweather, Nov. 12, 181 1. 
Charles Linton m. Elizabeth Proctor, Dec. 15, 1798. 
John Litchfield m. Eleanor Polton, July 19, 1786. 
Jesse Little m. Anne Hall, May 14, 1793. 
Edward Lloyd m. Sarah Scott Murrey, Nov. 30, 1797. 
Obediah Lloyd m. Ann Williams, Apr. 27, 1813. 
WilHam Lloyd m. Sarah Horseman, Apr. 3, 1789. 
Richard Lockerman m. Frances T. Chase, Oct. i, 1803. 
Jonathan Loftlin m. Anne Williams, Dec. 6, 1791. 
Robert Long m. Mary Phelps, June 24, 1780. 
John Loveday m. Sarah Johnson, Apr. 7, 1780. 
James Lowe m. EHzabeth Mulliken, July 10, 1802. 
John Lowe m. Lydia Dannison, June 4, 1802. 
John Lawler m. Rachel Allen, Sept. i, 1780. 
Richard Lowndes m. Ann Lloyd, Oct. 12, 1785. 
Benson Lawton m. EHzabeth Burk, Dec. 20, 1794. 
Benson Lawton m. Susanna Maddox, Oct. 28, 1800. 
Basil Lucus m. EHzabeth Brashears, Feb. 23, 1786. 
James Lucas m. Ruth Lewes, Aug. 17, 1780. 
Joshua Luckland m. Delila M'Cauley, Dec. 29, 1778. 
Joshua Luckland m. Lusanna Williams, Dec. 29, 1784. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 453 

John Luke m. Ann Worthington, Dec. 3, 1795. 
Baldwin Lusby m. Elizabeth Mantle, Dec. 20, 1787. 
Benjamin Lusby m. Elizabeth Robertson, Jan. 12, 1797. 
Edward Lusby m. Ruth Todd, Dec. 24, 1788. 
Edward Lusby m. Mary Allen, Feb. 4, 1792. 
Henry L. Lusby m. Mary Welch, May 17, 1820. 
James Lusby m. Elizabeth Hazle, July 15, 1802. 
John Lusby m. Patience Fennell, June 7, 1794. 
Robert Lusby m. Henney Lecompte, Nov. 28, 1789. 
Robert Lusby m. Polly Welch, Apr. 15, 1795. 
Samuel Lusby m. EHzabeth Watkins, Mch. i, 1791. 
Samuel R. Lusby m. Rebecca Beard, Feb. 4, 1813. 
Thomas Lusby m. Henney Johnson, May 21, 1791. 
Vincent Lusby m. Rachel Stockett, Jan. 26, 1785. 
Vincent Lusby m. Ann Stockett, Oct. 21, 1788. 
Vincent Lusby m. Jane Beard, Dec. 23, 1796. 
William Lusby m. Ann Robinson, Mch. 2, 1808. 
Robert Lux m. Deborah Hobbs, Feb. 12, 1779. 
Ignatius P. Lyles m. Amelia Clagett, Nov. 2, 1820. 
Richard I. Lyles m. Catherine D. Hall, Dec. 29, 1817. 
Thomas H. Lyles m. Sarah A. Carcaud, Oct. 24, 1787. 
Danuel Lynn m. Mary Galloway, Apr. 28, 1795. 
Archibald MCarty m. Sarah Ann Holland, Apr. 30, 181 7. 
Eluha MCauly m. Priscilla Cadle, Mch. 16, 181 1. 
Francis Maccauley m. EHz. Cadle, Apr. 9, 1785. 
John MCauley m. Anne Miller, Nov. 8, 1798. 
Thomas M'Cauley m. Ann Ranken, Feb. 15, 1779. 
Thomas Maccauley m. Ann Lusby, Dec. 6, 1782. 
William MCauley m. Levina Gambrill, Apr. 7, 1804. 
Charles M'^Cay m. Elizabeth Pomphrey, Dec. 21, 1795. 
Benjamin KLCeney m. Susanna Simmons, June 21, 1802. 
Joseph ALCeney m. Elizabeth Sollars, Feb. 19, 1798. 
Joseph MCeney m. Elizabeth Sollars, Oct. 26, 1816. 
William MCeny m. Rachel Reed, Jan. 9, 1799. 
John MCloud m. Ann Aidings, May 18, 1782. 
Daniel MCoy m. Patsey Cadle, Oct. 28, 1805. 
Jasper MCurly m. Ann Little, Aug. 16, 1780. 
Henry Macklefresh m. Ariana Hammond, Mch. 6, 1790. 
Charles M^Cubbin m. Sarah Allen, May 10, 1793. 
Edward MCubbin m. Elizabeth Holland, Mch. 16, 1793. 
Edward Mackubin m. Sarah Seaborn, Apr. 21, 1812. 
Frederick Mackubin m. INIary D. Roachbram, Dec. 10, 1808. 



454 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

George Mackubin m. Eleanor Maccubbin, Oct. 26, 1812. 
Henry Maccubbin m. Louisa Burton, Mch. 27, 1818. 
James Mackubin m. Mary Ann Merriken, Dec. i, 1808. 
John M'^Cubbin m. Eleanor Warmsley, Mch. 18, 1780. 
John H. M'^Cubbin m. Ann Gray, July 10, 1790. 
John H. M'^Cubbin m. Ann M. Jacob, Oct. 19, 1802. 
Joseph McCubbin, m. Dorcas Fennall, Dec. 28, 1791. 
Joseph M'^Cubbin m. Sarah Woodfield, July i, 1802. 
Joseph M'^Cubbin m. Anne Warfield, Jan. 16, 1805. 
Moses M'^Cubbin m. Sarah Holland, May 27, 1779. 
Moses M'^Cubbin m. Ann Shepherd, May 11, 1797. 
Nicholas Z. MCubbin m. Kitty Welch, Apr. 8, 1806. 
Richard M''Kubin m. Catharine Waters, Apr. 19, 1788. 
Samuel M'Cubbin m. Mary RawHngs, Dec. 15, 1788. 
W^illiam M'^Cubbin m. Charity Collins, Sept. 10, 1799. 
Thomas M'Daniel m. Elizabeth Stallings, Dec. 24, 1819. 
Patrick M''Donough m. Eliz". Eliza Hancock, Oct. 5, 1812. 
James M'^Gill m. Sarah Higgins, Jan. 10, 1794. 
Richard M-^Gill m. Ann Cromwell, Aug. 3, 1815. 
Robert M''Gill m. Helen Stockett, June 20, 1804. 
Thomas M'^Gill m. Anna Higgins, Apr. 8, 1799. 
Thomas Macgill m. Henrietta Cromwell, Feb. 16, 1813. 
Peter M-'Guire m. Mary Fowler, Apr. 3, 1780. 
Hugh M^Melan m. Anne Boone, June 17, 1783. 
George M^Neir m. Elizabeth Thompson, Aug. 31, 1816. 
Thomas M^Nier m. Elizabeth Cobath, Jan. 12, 1788. 
Thomas M'^Nier m. Catherine Earle, June 17, 1819. 
Peter M'Norton m. Sarah Elles, Apr. 18, 1780. 
Thomas M^Pherson m. Mary Tongue, Apr. 20, 1795. 
William H. M'^Pherson m. Eliz. Worthington, Aug. 11, 1785. 
James M''Quilland m. Mary Scrivener, Dec. 26, 1805. 
James M'^Quilling m. Elizabeth Watson, Sept. 22, 1813. 
William ^LQuillen m. Hester Cowman, Dec. 29, 1780. 
James Macobuin m. Elizabeth Hammond, Nov. 20, 1815. 
Nicholas Z. Maccubbin m. Rachel Rawlings, Jan. 17, 1801. 
Joseph Mace m. Sarah Jackson, Jan. 2, 1790. 
Richard Macey m. Sarah Parish, May 18, 1799. 
Benjamin Mack m. Mary Brannan, F"eb. 12, 1803. 
Waller Magowan m. Elizabeth Harrison, Oct. 27, 1780. 
Loyde Magruder m. Rebecca M^'Cubbin, Dec. 3, 1789. 
Florence Mahoney m. Mary Higgins, Mch. 17, 1794. 
Leonard Mallenee m. Achsah Sewell, Jan. 18, 1791. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 455 

Henry Manadier m. Elizabeth Key, July 25, 1781. 

George Mann m. Mary Buckland, June 30, 1779. 

Zachariah Mann m. Mary Ann Gordon, Mch. 29, 1784. 

Philip Mannaca m. Delilah Scrivener, Dec. 6, 1787. 

William Marburg m. Anne Odle Brewer, Feb. 6, 1791. 

Thomas Marr m. Burtavia Poole, Feb. 10, 1779. 

Caleb Marriott m. Margaret Wheeler, Dec. 11, 1797. 

Ephraim Marriott m. Mary Chanea, Feb. 11, 1795. 

Ephraim Marriott m. Sarah Nicholls, Sept. 29, 1818. 

James Marriott m. Rachel Waters, Nov. 28, 1792. 

John Marriott m. Mary Hammond, Apr. 4, 1789. 

John Marriott m. Harriet Hall, Apr. 4, 1817. 

Joseph Marriott m. Jemima Mockbee, Jan. 25, 1796. 

Joseph Marriott m. Rebecca Jiams, Mch. 25, 1796. 

Joshua Marriott m. Anne Waters, Dec. 31, 1792. 

Richard Marriott m. Sarah Hammond, May 31, 1788. 

Richard Marriott m. Jane Ball, May 4, 1802. 

Thomas Marriott m. Margaret Sappington, Dec. 11, 1780. 

Thomas Marriott m. Mary D. White, Jan. 9, 1796. 

Thomas Marriott m. Eleanor White, Feb. 11, 1800. 

Thomas Marriott m. Ann Ridgely, Oct. 9, 1809. 

William Marriott m. Edith Waters, Jan. 14, 1804. 

George Marrow m. Anne Matthews, May 28, 1796. 

Richard Marrow m. Cassiah Lindsay, Feb. 10, 1779. 

John G. Marsh m. Anne Fisher, Oct. 8, 1799. 

Richard Marsh m. Sarah Delemeter, May 19, 1792. 

Richard Marsh m. Sarah Little, Jan. 2, 1797. 

WiUiam Marsh m. Luvany Ashley, June 25, 1783. 

William Marsh m. Martha Smith, Apr. 19, 1798. 

Edward Marshall m. Eliz. Rodwell, Oct. 21, 1784. 

John Marshall m. Eliz. Cuttong, Oct. 14, 1784. 

John Marshall m. Mary Thomas, Mch. 29, 1799. 

John Marshall m. Lucretia Shields, Jan. 28, 1803. 

Robert Marshall m. Mary Fox, Jan. 5, 1804. 

Athatius Martin m. Mary Ball, Dec. 26, 1784. 

Daniel Martin m. Mary Clare Maccubbin, Feb. 6, 1816. 

John Martin m. Elizabeth Keephart, May 23, 1778. 

John Martin m. Sarah Litchfield, Dec. 20, 1787. 

James Mason m. Elizabeth Strachan, Aug. 7, 1783- 

W"". Temple Thomson Mason m. Ann Carroll, June 16, 1812. 

Henry Massey m. Sarah Mitchell, May 17, 1779. 

Henry Mayne m. Elizabeth Brooks, Jan. 5, 1778. 



456 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Isaac Mayo m. Sarah Thornton, June lo, 1788. 
James Mayo m. Susanna Lusby, July 11, 1786. 
Joseph Mayo m. Hanna Jacob, Mch. 20, 1781. 
Thomas Mayo m. Ann Evans, May 11, 1790. 
John Matthews m. Elizabeth Hall, Aug. 16, 1815. 
Beriah Maybury m. Mary Moufy, Oct. 12, 1794. 
Henry E. Mayer m. Mary Grammer, Aug. 11, 1808. 
James P. Maynard m. EHzabeth Wilmot, Jan. 7, 1790. 
James P. Maynard m. Juliana Owen, Jan. 25, 1806. 
Nathan Maynard m. Mary Reynolds, Oct. 7, 1793. 
Samuel Maynard m. Anne Callahan, May 12, 1808. 
Moses Meace m. Claressa Eads, June 10, 1813. 
Samuel Meade m. Anne Richardson, Dec. 6, 1794. 
James Meager m. Elizabeth Price, Dec. 20, 1788. 
Samuel Mear m. Elizabeth Dew, Jan. 13, 1792. 
George Medcalf m. Ann Anderson, Nov. i, 1786. 
John D. Medcalf m. Catherine Willee, Jan. 5, 1801. 
Nathan Medcalf m. Harriet Crow, Jan. 28, 1811. 
Richard Medcalf m. Susannah Gwinn, Apr. 3, 1801. 
WilHam Medcalf m. Eve Fulk, Sept. 15, 1785. 
Aaron Meek m. Eliz. Bourke, Aug. 22, 1786. 
David Meek m. Anne Bostick, Mch. 14, 1793. 
John Meek m. Martha Walton, Feb. 9, 1782. 
John Meek m. Evaline Carter, Feb. 12, 1819 
Joseph Meek m. Anne Tyler, June 18, 1785. 
John Meekes m. Harriett Darnall, July 3, 1810. 
Joseph Shinton Meekins m. Mary Cains, Feb. 13, 1813. 
Leo Meloney m. Mary Joice, Jan. 24, 1786. 
John Francis Mercer m. Sophia Sprigg, Feb. 3, 1785. 
William Merchant m. EHzabeth JefTerson, Sept. 15, 1792. 
Thomas Merideth m. Lydia Perkins, May 9, 1820. 
John Merriken m. Eliz. Boone, Sept. 7, 1786. 
John Merriken m. Elizabeth Moss, Nov. 29, 1798. 
Jn°. Rich''. Merriken m. Jemimah Taylor, Jan. 7, 1807. 
Joseph Merriken m. Anne Gray, Feb. i, 1799. 
Joshua Merriken m. Ann Day, Mch. 30, 1782. 
Richard Merriken m. Mary Duvall, May 9, 1792. 
Richard Merriken m. Margaret Stewart, Sept. 28, 1819. 
Robert Merriken m. Sarah Welch, Feb. 18, 1806. 
William Merriken m. Sarah Talbott, Feb. 17, 1789. 
William D. Merriken m. Susannah Wells, Jan. 26, 1813. 
Nicholas Merriweather m. Elizabeth Hood, Dec. 12, 1797. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 457 

Joseph Mewshaw m. Caroline Ryan, Feb. 16, 1779. 

Elisha Middleton m. Christian Wiseman, Jan. 27, 1785. 

Joseph Middleton m. Kitty Whetcroft, Mch. 19, 1795. 

Benjamin Miles m. Ann Piles, Nov. 30, 1785. 

Richard Miles m. Mary Pindle, Apr. 11, 1789. 

Robert Miles m. Deborah Green, Nov. 23, 1797. 

William Miles m. Fanny Smith, Dec. 20, 1777. 

William Miles m. Phebe Roberts, Sept. 16, 1779. 

Howard ]Miller m. Elizabeth Marriott, Jan. 31, 1801. 

Jesse Miller m. Elizabeth Lliver [Stiver?], June 13, 1789. 

John Miller m. Comfort Benson, May 26, 1787. 

John Miller m. Mary Anne Welch, Dec. 4, 1790. 

John Miller m. Mary Hinton, June 20, 1800. 

John Miller m. Mary Armiger, Dec. 3, 1806. 

John Miller m. Mary Glenn, Jan. 18, 1816. 

John Miller m. Margaret Schwarar, June 27, 1818. 

Joseph Miller m. Susanna Dubs, June 5, 1787. 

Nehemiah Miller m. Margaret Downes, Feb. 18, 1791. 

Peter Miller m. Mary Hunter, Feb. 26, 1791. 

Philip Miller m. Mary Folks, Feb. 15, 1790. 

Richard Miller m. Eleanor Hunter, Jan. 29, 1794. 

Samuel Miller m. Rachel Marriott, Apr. 2, 1790. 

Thomas Miller m. Margaret Sappington, Feb. 18, 1803. 

Thomas W. Miller m. Eliz^. H. Chaney, Jan. 15, 1820. 

William Miller m. Larah Miller, Dec. il, 1794. 

William Miller m. Rachel Pearce, Jan. 4, 1806. 

CorneHus Mills m. Anne Wiseham, Jan. 12, 1800. 

Frederick Mills m. Ann Thomas Richardson, Dec. 22, 1786. 

George Washington Mills m. Sarah Merriken, Dec. 28, 1812. 

John Mills m. Ruth Jacobs, Jan. i, 1778. 

Samuel Mills m. Rachel Dew, June 5, 1788. 

Samuel Mills m. James Krandle, Apr. 22, 1791. 

Thomas Mills m. Martha Warren, Sept. 16, 1800. 

Samuel Minskey m. Sophia Fowler, Aug. 18, 1777. 

Alexander Mitchell m. Ann SuUivane, Sept. 4, 1797. 

Alexander Mitchell m. Anne Price, Jan. 8, 1817. 

Edmund Mitchell m. Anne Atwell, Aug. 25, 1795. 

George Mitchel m. Hannah Seederss, Feb. 3, 1796. 

John Mitchell m. Anne Burgee, Mch. 23, 1796. 

Samuel Moale m. Ann Howard, Sept. 22, 1796. 

Basil Mobberly m. Margaret Brewer, Feb. 5, 1782. 

Rezin Mobberly m. Mary Fowler, Feb. i, 1779. 



458 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Rezin Mobberly m. Mary Fowler, Apr. 2, 1781. 

Rizin Mobly m. Eleanor Fennell, Dec. 6, 1784. 

James Mock m. Mary MCubbin, Feb. 23, 1804. 

Thomas Monroe m. Frances Whitcroft, Aug. 14, 1796. 

Burton Moore m. Priscilla Rowlings, Oct. 10, 1787. 

John Moore m. Jona Moore, Apr. 24, 1781. 

John Moore m. Ann Hillery, July 6, 1781. 

Robert Moore m. Mary Smith White, Oct. 19, 1795. 

William Moore m. Susanna Saunders, May 27, 1789. 

Thomas Morgan m. Henry Wilson, Aug. 22, 1814. 

William Morgan m. Sarah Price, Jan. 30, 1780. 

William Morgan m. Mary Vineyard, Jan. 4, 1798. 

John Morrell m. Elizabeth Wilson, Dec. 21, 1787. 

Thomas Morrell m. Ann O. Turner, Jan. 4, 1816. 

Martin Morris m. Elizabeth Curr, May 9, 1786. 

James Mortimer m. Catherine Davis, Oct. 29, 1783. 

John Mortimer m. Rachel Diamond, Jan. i, 1781. 

James Moss m. Monica Moss, Dec. 18, 1787. 

John Moss m. Rachel Foreman, Apr. 5, 1810. 

Robert Moss m. Elizabeth Kelly, June 19, 1787. 

Samuel Moss m. Monica Grimwell, May 29, 1781. 

Willoughby Moss m. EHzabeth Atkinson, Feb. 27, 1800. 

Joseph Moulsworth m. Rebecca Mollineaux, Mch. 26, 1778. 

Jacob Moxley m. Sarah Mockabee, Nov. 26, 1794. 

Bell MuUikin m. Mary Duckett, Oct. 28, 1785. 

Beal MulHken m. Susanna Ridgely, Feb. 11, 1806. 

James MuUiken m. Ann Hall, Jan. 26, 1796. 

Osborn W. Mulliken m. Elizabeth Geither, Feb. 28, 1805. 

Thomas MulHken m. Elizabeth Smith, Nov. 30, 1791. 

Daniel Munroe m. Mary Kirby, Dec. 4, 1782. 

John Munroe m. Ann Wells, May 14, 1789. 

Gilbert Murdock m. Elizabeth Lusby, July 17, 1787. 

WilHam Murdock m. Juliet Sheppherd, Oct. 16, 1819. 

James Murphey m. Elizabeth Armstrong, Mch. 3, 1785. 

John Murphey m. Elizabeth Snyder, July 26, 181 5. 

Matthew Murphey m. JuHet Callahan, June 15, 1784. 

James Murray m. Margaret Linthicum, Dec. 22, 1804. 

James Murray m. Charrotte Winder Rackliffe, Aug. 28, 1809. 

William Murray m. Harriott Brice, Nov. 5, 1788. 

John Mus m. Anna Maria Murray, Feb. 11, 1796. 

James Neale m. Ann Shoemaker, Mch. 4, 1794- 

Thomas Neale m. Martha Philpot, July 23, 1777. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 459 

John Neaves m. Lear Thrift, Aug. 26, 1782. 
John Neavy m. Mary Whitehead, June 14, 1783. 
Thomas Neavey m. Elizabeth Geoghegan, Aug. 18, 1791. 
Benjamin C. Neff m. Harriet Hardesty, Feb. 13, 1819. 
Lewis Neth m. EHzabeth Adams, July 4, 1786. 
James Nettles m. Tomsey Phips, Jan. 27, 1795. 
Jeremiah Nicholas m. Hester Nicholson, Apr. 22, 1794. 
Andrew NichoUs m. Elizabeth Higgins, Dec. 9, 1818. 
Isaac Nicholls m. Rachel Basford, Dec. 6, 1785. 
John B. Nichols m. Anne Bird, Dec. 5, 18 12. 
Nelson Nicholls m. Rachel Ann Nicholls, May 14, 1820. 
Robert Nicholls m. Sarah Robertson, July 21, 1787. 
Robert Nichols m. Sarah King, Feb. 4, 181 5. 
Samuel Nicholls m. Susanna Hardy, Sept. 21, 1815. 
William Nicholls m. EHzabeth Bird, Dec. 18, 1780. 
WiUiam Nichols m. Jenny Nichols, Feb. 11, 1812. 
Benjamin Nicholson m. Elizabeth Disney, May il, 1784. 
Benjamin Nicholson m. Ann Lang, Dec. 15, 1803. 
John Nicholson Jn^ m. Susan Sheckells, Apr. 8, 1812. 
Joseph Nicholson m. Rebecca Harv^ey, Dec. 18, 1816. 
Stephen Nicholson m. Sarah Disney, Oct. 30, 1783. 
John Nixon m. EHzabeth Lewis, Oct. 20, 1786. 
Anthony Noble m. Sarah Hill, Sept. 24, 1792. 
Benjamin Norman m. Sarah Deale, Oct. 26, 1789. 
Joseph Norman m. Ruth Randal, Jan. 2, 1792. 
Joseph Norman m. Mary Wayson, Aug. 26, 181 1. 
Richard Norman m. Sarah Kirby, Dec. 24, 1802. 
Samuel Norman m. Dorcas Simmons, Aug. 8, 1820. 
Theophilus Norman m. Elizabeth Cowman, May 7, 1803. 
Walter Norman m. Rachel Carter, Nov. 28, 1795. 
William Norman m. Mary Cowman, Oct. 6, 1809. 
John Norris m. EHzabeth Ward, Apr. 19, 1790. 
John Norris m. Susan Coalter, July 16, 1811. 
Joseph Norris m. Ann Traverse, June 13, 1815. 
Martin Norris m. Margaret Dorsey, Sept. 27, 1792. 
Philip Norris m. Mary Anne Folks, Dec. 9, 1819. 
Richard Norris m. EHzabeth Harris, Sept. 30, 1780. 
Richard Norris m. EHzabeth Kemp, Oct. 24, 1783. 
Thomas Norris m. Henrietta Mayo, June 30, 1789. 
William Norris m. Susannah Harper, Aug. 28, 1790. 
Zachariah Norris m. EHzabeth Watkins, Oct. 30, 1779. 
Bell Norwood m. Sarah Gaither, Oct. 3, 1785. 



46o MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Gilbert Nowell m. Ann Jones, Feb. 21, 1789. 

Gilbert Nowell m. Mary Crutchley, May 20, 1805. 

Gilbert Nowell m. Eleanor Stallions, Sept. 30, 1805. 

Cornelius ODonald m. Margaret Thompson, Oct. 29, 1778. 

Benjamin Ogle m. Anna Maria Cooke, Feb. 25, 1796. 

James OHara m. Mary Yeates, Aug. 17, 1779. 

William OHara m. Susan Tucker, Dec. 5, 1812. 

John F. Oldbom m. Johanna Bright, June 10, 1801. 

Isaac Oliver m. Mary I jams, Nov. 6, 1804. 

Jacob Oliver m. Elizabeth Vineyard, Dec. 10, 1816. 

Thomas Oliver m. Mary Simmons, Oct. 3, 1791. 

John A. OReilley m. Letitia Parrott, Apr. i, 1812. 

Jesse Orme m. Lydia Anderson, Nov. 18, 1801. 

Thomas ORoarke m. EHzabeth Linthicum, Jan. 27, 181 5. 

William Osbom m. Hanna Hanshaw, Sept. 15, 1779. 

Benjamin Owens m. Mary Shurbert, Oct. 16, 1789. 

Charles Owens m. Susannah Shearbutt, Dec. 13, 1797. 

Isaac Owens m. Elizabeth Sheckells, July 3, 1789. 

Jacob Owings m. George Fox, Sept. 13, 1779. 

Jacob Owings m. Rachel Groves, Oct. 16, 1797. 

James Owens m. Anne Franklin, Nov. 11, 1799. 

James Owens m. Ann Laughlin, Oct. 29, 1810. 

James Owens m. Sally Gardiner, Nov. 25, 1816. 

John Owens m. Mary Bird, May 8, 1820. 

Joseph Owens m. Mary Warfield, Dec. 12, 1791. 

Joseph Owens m. Sarah M'^Ceney, Jan. 22, 1817. 

William Owens m. Mary Nowell, May 6, 1783. 

Lane Owings of R"*. m. Sarah Ann Hathaly, Sept. 20, 18 19. 

Nicholas Owings m. Sophia Dorsey, July 7, 1794. 

Nicholas Owings m. Susanna Owings, May 19, 1801. 

Nicholas Owings m. Rachel Welch, Jan. 6, 1813. 

Thomas Owens m. Agnes Gaither, Dec. 26, 18 14. 

William Owings m. Mary Collison, Aug. 5, 1808. 

Aaron Parish m. Sarah Phips, Feb. 21, 1788. 

Isaac Parish m. Jane Spencer, Jan. 18, 1785. 

John Parish m. Marget Atwell, Aug. 25, 1807. 

Matthew Parish m. Eleanor Goodwin, Apr. 19, 1800. 

William Parish m. Susannah Atwell, Jan. 29, 1799. 

WilHam Parish m. Mary Ann Crutchley, Nov. 7, 1803. 

William Parish m. Mary Hollidayoke, July 9, 1807. 

William Parish m. Hester Ann Thomas, Aug. 26, 181 3. 

John Panden m. Sarah Marlin Keene, Sept. 8, 1781. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 461 

George Pecker m. INIarj- Robosson, July 16, 1783. 

George Parker m. Jane Busey, Aug. 18, 1810. 

John Parker m. Ally Cracroft, May 29, 181 7. 

Jonathan P. Parker m. Eliz". Ann Owangs, July 18, 1795. 

Abraham Parkeson m. Dianna Woodfield, Aug. 16, 1777. 

Abraham Parkerson m. Jane Norman, Sept. 20, 1783. 

Abraham Parkeson m. Sarah Taylor, Oct. 11, 1800. 

Richard Parkerson m. Susan Ann Welch, July 4, 1818. 

William Parkerson m. Sarah Purdy, Apr. 3, 1809. 

John Parrott m. Mary Wason, Dec. 23, 1788. 

John Parrot m. Sarah Norman, May 21, 1813. 

John Parrott m. Jane Norman, Sept. 27, 181 7. 

Knighton Parrott m. Mary Stallions, Feb. 7, 181 1. 

Richard Parrott m. EHzabeth Childs, Sept. 13, 1788. 

Richard Parrott m. Anne \A'ood, Feb. 7, 1792. 

Richard Parrott m. Elizabeth Howes, Dec. 2, 1797. 

Thomas Parrot m. Letta Brown, Aug. 22, 1778. 

Thomas Parrott m. Mary Smith, Mch. 5, 1795. 

Thomas Parrott m. Rebecca Hutchens, Jan. 12, 1816. 

John Parsons m. Jane Jackson, June 9, 1781. 

William Parsons m. Sarah Hardesty, May 20, 1 791. 

Louis Charles Pascault m. Ann Goldsborough, May 28, 181 1. 

Benjamin Patmore m. EHzabeth Males, Nov. 29, 1777. 

Jacob Pattison m. EHzabeth Ward, June 2, 1795. 

Robert Patterson m. Mary Anne Caton, May i, 1806. 

Isaac Paul m. Susannah Brown, January i, 1798. 

William Elson Peach m. Sarah Duvall, Feb. 14, 1797. 

Samuel Peaco m. Mary Sands, Dec. 31, 1789. 

Benjamin Pearce m. Margaret Phelps, Jan. 12, 1796. 

Ezekiel Pearce m. Eleanor Powell, Feb. 20, 1781. 

Israel Pearce m. EHzabeth W. RawHngs, Apr. 11, 1804. 

James Pearce m. Rebecca Lewis, Jan. 7, 1785. 

Joseph Pearce m. EHzabeth Gwinn, Jan. 26, 1795. 

Richard Pearce m. Martha T. Jacob, Feb. 27, 1808. 

WilHam Pearse m. Mary Gardiner, Apr. 16, 1808. 

William Pendergast m. JuHa Maybury, Sept. 15, 1784. 

Charles Pennington m. Elizabeth Shepherd, Jan. 31, 1780. 

Elijah Pennington m. EHzabeth Lewis, Dec. 8, 1801. 

Elijah Pennington m. Rebecca Stinchicomb, July 23, 1804. 

John Pennington m. Nancj' Craine, June 7, 1785. 

Nathan Pennington m. Rebecca Hands, Aug. 10, 1787. 

Nathaniel Penington m. Mary Ivor>', May 29, 1819. 



462 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Robert Pennington m. Mary Kerbairn, Oct. 2, 1782. 
William Pennington m. Elizabeth Stevens, Sept. 17, 1799. 
William Pennington m. Anna Littell, Oct. 20, 1803. 
Robert Perry m. Elizabeth Jackson, Dec. 31, 1796. 
William Peters m. Rebecca Burgee, Nov. 4, 1820. 
Charles Pettibone m. Rebecca Elliott, May 19, 1798. 
Charles Pettebone m. Deborah Silby, June 9, 1810. 
Absolute Phelps m. Anne Poole, Jan. 31, 1809. 
Basil Phelps m. Barbara Davis, Apr. 21, 1791. 
Elijah Phelps m. Mary Disney, Jan. 20, 1818. 
Ezekiel Phelps m. Margaret Watkins, May 7, 1794. 
George Phelps m. Emma Pierce, Jan. 6, 1795. 
Joseph Phelps m. Sophia Taylor, Apr. i, 1791. 
Joseph Phelps m. Catherine Thompson, Aug. 8, 1801. 
Walter Phelps m. Margaret Chaney, Mch, 10, 1781. 
William Phelps m. Sarah Fowler, Dec. 18, 1778. 
William Phelps m. Eliz. Morgan, June 18, 1785. 
William Phelps m. Ann Dannison, Dec. 15, 181 5. 
Zachariah Phelps m. Sarah Davis, Oct. 11, 1797. 
Zachariah Phelps m. Esther Gwinn, Jan. 20, 1804. 
Benjamin PhiHps m. Thompson Attwell, Sept. 23, 1783. 
Humphrey Philips m. Elizabeth Weston, May 29, 1798. 
John Philips m. Lydia Wheedon, Oct. 29, 181 1. 
John Philips m. Mary Robinson, Dec. 18, 1812. 
Paul Philips m. Ann Rodwell, Apr. 3, 1780. 
Paul PhiHps m. Henrietta M. Williams, Mch. 26, 1788. 
Philip Philips m. Sarah Hopkins, Apr. 14, 1781. 
Rubin Philips m. Elizabeth Cromwell, July 8, 1795. 
Vachel Philips m. Julia Little, June 24, 1800. 
William Philips m. Patience Marsh, Dec. 6, 1780. 
William Philps m. Elizabeth Chalmers, Nov. 10, 1787. 
George Phinlison m. Margaret Dehay, July 9, 1783. 
Benjamin Phips m. Suana Kilman, July 21, 1778. 
Benjamin Phips m. Anne Hopkins, Feb. 3, 1789. 
John Phips m. Mary Kidd, Dec. 19, 1785. 
John Phips m. Larah Busey, Feb. 24, 1800. 
John Phipps m. Elizabeth Mace, Dec. 22, 1814. 
Nathaniel Phips m. Ann Phips, Mch. 22, 1802. 
Roger Phipps m. Artridge Phipps, Feb. 5, 1806. 
Roger Phips m. Willy Basford, Jan. 12, 1810. 
Roger Phips m. Sarah Ann King, Mch. 24, 18 14. 
Roger Phipps m. EHzabeth Pearl, Dec. 31, 181 6. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 463 

Thomas Phips m. Sarah Forster, Mch. 2, 1779. 

Thomas Phips m. Anne Foreman, Feb. 26, 1805. 

Benjamin Pindle m. Julia Anderson, June 14, 1818. 

Gassaway Pindell m. Mary Watkins, May 15, 1783. 

Philip Pindle m. Ann Duvall, June 15, 1789. 

Philip Pindle m. Sarah Watkins, Feb. 11, 1792. 

PhiHp Pindell m. Anne Hall, Jan. 10, 1794. 

Richard Pindell m. Ann Ridgely, Jan. 22, 181 1. 

Rinaldo Pindell m. Eleanor Pindell, July 6, 181 5. 

Thomas Pindel m. Eleanor Watkins, Dec. 13, 1791. 

Anthony Pinkney m. Margaret GiUiss, June 4, 1791. 

Jonthan Pinkney Jn^ m. Elizabeth Munroe, May 7, 1791. 

Jonathan Pinkney m. Rebecca Daxidson, Oct. 27, 1804. 

Ninian Pinkney m. Mary Gassaway, Apr. 13, 1802. 

Ninian Pinkney m. Amelia Hobbs, May i, 1806. 

Thomas Piper m. Ann Tucker, Nov. 23, 1779. 

Thomas Piper m. Ann liams, July 12, 1786. 

Thomas Pitt m. Sarah Sewell, June 13, 1782. 

William Pitt m. Ann Fans, July 7, 1796. 

John Plater m. Elizabeth Tootle, Jan. 2, 1790. 

Jacob Playne m. Elizabeth Clarke, Aug. 9, 1783. 

Jacob Plum m. Catharine Folks, Apr. 24, 1788. 

Ebenezer Plummer m. Eleanor Childs, Sept. 25, 1792. 

Gerrard Plummer m. Mary Hopkins, Feb. 18, 1802. 

Henry Plummer m. Artridg Frankling, June 3, 1797. 

Jerome Plummer m. Henrietta Hopkins, June 24, 1807. 

Jerome Plummer m. EHzabeth Hopkins, Dec. 19, 1796. 

Richard Plummer m. Margaret Daveson, Feb. 9, 1804. 

Samuel Plummer m. Susannah Rhodes, Jan. i, 1806. 

Charles Polton m. Sarah Burdin, Jan. 11, 1791. 

Edward Poole m. Jane Higginson, June 4, 1797. 

Benjamin Popham m. Margaret Phips, Jan. i, 1788. 

James Pople m. Margaret Brown, Jan. 5, 1819. 

Nathaniel Porter m. Pamelia Scott, Jan. i, 1793. 

Henry Powell m. Sarah Purnell, Apr. 19, 1779. 

John Powell m. Elizabeth Gardner, Aug. 20, 1793. 

John Powell m. Elizabeth Sanders, Dec. 23, 1795. 

William Powell m. Elizabeth Mead, Oct. 14, 1780. 

Thomas Pownall m. Rachel Deale, Dec. 16, 1780. 

John Prather m. Mary Moore, June 18, 1796. 

Rezin Prather m. Sarah Ray, Mch. 7, 1799. 

Jn°. Theophelas Beech Blecker Prentiss m. Nancy Kilman, Dec. 4, 1802. 



464 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Leonard Preshell m. Nancy Barker, May 24, 1800. 

Bennet Price m. Sarah Lane, May 13, 1780. 

Henry Price m. i\nn Wilks, June 13, 1816. 

James Price m. Mary Busey, Feb. 10, 1801. 

James Price m. Ann Armager, Dec. 11, 1804. 

John Price m. Sarah Vemall, Aug. 10, 1790. 

Lubom Price m. Anne Evans, May i, 1794. 

Walter L. Price m. Lavinia Gassavvay, Nov. 5, 1818. 

Zachariah Prieston m. Nancy Rockhold, Feb. 26, 1795. 

William Pritchard m. Eliza Hutton, Oct. 7, 1806. 

Samuel Proctor m. Sarah Dorsey, Aug. 31, 1805. 

Williams Proctor m. Rebecca Wootton, Nov. 27, 1781. 

Daniel Pr>'an m. Ann Williams, Dec. 25, 1779. 

Aquela Pumphrey m. Ann Catherine Walker, Jan. 2, 1804. 

Gabrial Pumphrey m. Rachel Brashears, Feb. 24, 1 794. 

Isaiah Pumphrey m. Sarah Bell, Dec. 9, 1820. 

Walter Pumphrey m. Rachel Angler, Feb. 25, 1786. 

Walter Pumphrey m. Rebecca Redmond, May 9, 1820. 

Zachriah Pumphrey m. Sarah Atvvell, Nov. 11, 1797. 

Zachariah Pumphrey m. Elizabeth Boone, May 11, 1802. 

Henry Purdy m. Mary Phelps, Sept. 30, 1782. 

Henry Purdy m. Mary Gwinn, Jan. 7, 1797. 

Henry Purdy m. Sarah Bird, July 6, 1818. 

James Purdy m. EHzabeth Purdy, May 30, 1801. 

James Purdy m. Mary Kirkland, Jan. 14, 1818. 

John Purdy m. Susannah Purdy, Feb. 18, 1802. 

Lewis Purdy m. Elizabeth Purdy, Feb. 19, 181 1. 

Sandy Purdy m. EHzabeth ]\LCubbin, Dec. 7, 1799. 

William Purdy m. Sarah Pierce, Apr. 28, 1798. 

Anthony Queen m. Mary Queen, Apr. 10, 1816. 

Daniel Queen m. Hannah Prout, Feb. 7, 1814. 

Paul Queen m. Ann Prout, Oct. 8, 1817. 

Samuel Queen m. Nancy Barnett, Jan. 14, 1818. 

Augustine Randall m. Mary Busey, Aug. 7, 1779. 

Beale Randall m. Martha Robosson, Nov. 9, 1815. 

Christopher Randall m. Anne Crandall, Nov. 12, 1788. 

Edward Randall m. Charlotte Ford, Apr. 11, 1812. 

John Randall m. Deborah Knapp, Jan. 7, 1783. 

John Randall m. Sarah Clarke, Aug. 20, 1791. 

Lewis Ransel m. Sarah Annes, Sept. i, 1785. 

Charles Ratcliff m. EHzabeth Lybrant, Oct. 7, 1777. 

Gilbert RatHf m. Anne Lambeth, Jan. 22, 1807. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 465 

Frederick F. A. Rawlings m. Ann Tydings, Dec. 18, 1811. 
John Rawlings m. Sophia Duvall, May 9, 1794. 
John Rawlings m. Mary Craten, Dec. 7, 1813. 
Jonathan Rawlings m. Rachel Bryan, Apr. 2, 1794. 
Joseph Rawlings m. Elizabeth Robinson, Jan. 21, 1802. 
Joshua Rawlings m. Elizabeth Lusby, July 13, 1789. 
Richard Rawlings m. Sarah Thornton, Apr. 24, 1781. 
Richard Rawlings m. Mary Bryan, Dec. 23, 1789. 
Richard Rawlings m. Elizabeth Taylor, Feb. 7, 1800. 
Richard Rawlings m. Susannah Tayman, Feb. 16, 181 1. 
Richard G. Rawlings m. Airy Jeamis, Nov. 28, 1803. 
Stephen Rawlings m. Eleanor Lusby, Jan. 6, 1779. 
Thomas RawHngs m. Tebitha Donaldson, Jan. 12, 1804. 
William Rawlings m. Elizabeth Retollick, June 13, 1801. 
John Ray m. Catharine Beard, Sept. 27, 1787. 
James Reed m. Rachel Williams, Apr. 23, 1779. 
John Read m. Mary Welch, Sept. 10, 1783. 
John Read m. Sebby Rockhold, Dec. 20, 1786. 
EHjah Redman m. Catherine Atkinson, July 2t„ 1793. 
Elijah Redman m. Ann Linthicum, Feb. 6, 1797. 
Elijah Redman m. Priscilla Black, Dec. 11, 1794. 
Michael Redman m. Rebecca Bright, Nov. 8, 1810. 
Thomas Redman m. Rebecca Preston, Mch. 2, 1818. 
William Reeves m. Rebecca Hanshaw, Dec. 19, 1791. 
John Adam Reigle m. EHza Ann Lusby, Feb. 8, 1813. 
Zachariah Reston m. Hero Robinson, June 25, 1812. 
Simon Retalaca m. EHzabeth Miles, June 24, 1782. 
Simon Retullick Jn^ m. Sarah Phelps, June 8, 1798. 
George Reynolds m. Withemina Crandell, Feb. 22, 1793. 
Harrison Pella Reynolds m. Mary Stallins, Dec. 2, 1791. 
John Rhodes m. Ann Sweeney, Oct. 30, 1777. 
John Rhodes m. Margaret Fowler, Mch. 23, 1786. 
Clement Richards m. Elizabeth Brewer, Sept. 2, 1784. 
Clement Richards m. Sarah Tucker, May 31, 1806. 
Edward Richards m. Sarah Lewis, May 10, 1792. 
Paul Richards m. Mary Gordon, July 12, 1783. 
Adam Richardson m. Ann Watkins, Oct. 17, 1778. 
Amos Richardson m. Eleanor Ingram Carr, Feb. 6, 1807. 
John Richardson m. Mima Shekells, Dec. 31, 1789. 
Thomas Richardson m. Hero Handshaw, Jan. 3, 1784. 
Thomas Richardson m. Margaret Davis, Jan. 21, 1789. 
William Richardson m. Sarah Phelps, Jan. 22, 1787. 
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466 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

William Richardson m. Sarah Lampley, Feb. 2, 1796. 
William Richardson m. Rachel Plummer, Nov. 2, 1801. 
Charles Rickcords m. DeHIah Hilton, May 22, 1783. 
Edmund Rickcords m. Mary Seaders, June 8, 1793. 
John Ricketts m. Sarah Abbott, July 15, 1782. 
Nicholas Ricketts m. Mary Warfield, Apr. 19, 1784. 
Jacob Riddle m. Mary Hopper, Dec. 15, 1788. 
Charles Ridgely m. Sarah Gist, July 10, 1779. 
Charles Ridgely m. Elizabeth Fowler, Jan. 30, 1810. 
David Ridgely m. Julia Maria Woodfield, Apr. 12, 1814. 
John Ridgely m. Harriett Callahan, Nov. 3, 1812. 
Mordecai Ridgely m. Mary Cromwell, Apr. 14, 1789. 
Nicholas Ridgely m. Jemima Meriken, Jan. 16, 1819. 
Peregrine Ridgely m. Mary Lewis, Aug. 3, 1789. 
Philemon D. Ridgely m. Elizabeth White, Dec. 28, 1791. 
Richard Ridgely m. EHzabeth Dorsey, Oct. 3, 1778. 
Richard Ridgely m. Mary Jane Brewer, Dec. 14, 1819. 
William Ridgely m. Nancy Woodward, Feb. 8, 1803. 
George Ridley m. Mary Tucker, June 4, 1781. 
Horatio Ridout m. Ann Weems, Oct. 12, 1812. 
John Rigby m. Elizabeth Coulter, Sept. 10, 1799. 
James Riggs m. Eliza Burnes, Feb. 9, 1796. 
James Ringgold m. Eliza Slemaker, Apr. 4, 1808. 
James Riston m. Margaret Spencer, June 3, 1786. 
Zachariah Riston m. Ann Kirby, Dec. II, 181 7. 
James Roark m. Barbara Taylor, Apr. 25, 1806. 
John Roberts m. Margery Brashears, Feb. 7, 1785. 
Richard Roberts m. Sarah Owens, Nov. 16, 1789. 
Thomas Roberts m. Rebecca Braishears, Jan. 25, 1780. 
William Roberts m. Margaret Roberts, Dec. 22, 1784. 
William Roberts m. Sarah Lambath, July 25, 1787. 
WilHam Roberts m. Elizabeth Hall, Jan. 9, 1798. 
William Roberts m. Sarah Mules, Nov. 20, 1819. 
Thomas Robertson m. Martha Reaves, Apr. i, 1786. 
Thomas Robertson m. Louisa Fairbrother, Jan. 13, 1803. 
John Robins m. Ann Riley, Mch. 25, 1779. 
Charles Robinson m. Frances R. Watts, July 22, 1779. 
Charles Robinson m. Patience Johnson, Nov. 11, 1807. 
Dax-id Robinson m. Kitty Johnson, Apr. 8, 1800. 
Dennis Robinson m. Ann Cheney, Jan. 29, 1788. 
Dennis Robinson m. Mary Atkinson, June 13, 1799. 
Hezekiah Roboson m. Ellen Collins, Dec. 19, 1797- 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 467 

James Robinson m. Eliz. Kirby, Sept. 18, 1784. 

John Robinson m. Jane Turner, June 8, 1791. 

Jn°. Baptist Robinson m. Sarah Steuart, Nov. 24, 1797. 

Joseph Robinson m. Nancy Howington, June 4, 1818. 

Lawrence Robinson m. Eleanor Potter, May 3, 1800. 

Luke Robinson m. Rachel Brigdell, Apr. 21, 1777. 

Luke Robinson m. Hero Richardson, May 14, 1791. 

Richard Robosson m. Mar>' Shriver, Sept. 2, 1777. 

Richard Robinson m. IMary Henvvood, Aug. 16, 1817. 

Thomas Robinson m. Milley Foreman, Apr. 5, 1798. 

Thomas Robinson m. ISIary Gardiner, Feb. 24, 1800. 

Thomas Robinson m. Elizabeth Selby, May 16, 1801. 

Thomas Robinson m. Elizabeth Jacob, Mch. 8, 1794. 

Vachel Robinson m. Dorcus M'^Cubbin, Jan. 15, 1805. 

Zachariah Robinson m. Elizabeth Phillips, Nov. ID, 1818. 

Charles Rockhold m. Jane M-^Cubbin, Oct. 27, 1779. 

Elijah Rockhold m. Charlotte Linstool [Linstod?], Feb. 20, 1816. 

Thomas Rockhold m. Sarah Rockhold, May 11, 1787. 

Thomas Rockhold m. Ara Conaway, June 23, 1802. 

Thomas C. Rockhold m. Mary Young, Mch. 27, 1812. 

John Rogers m. Tamasina Fames, May 18, 1778. 

Thomas Roland m. Eleanor Harrison, Feb. 21, 1803. 

Richard Rooke m. Mary Roberts, June 18, 181 8. 

Edward Roper m. Mary Williams, Dec. 19, 1789. 

William Rose m. Rachel Allen, June 18, 1783. 

John Ross m. Magdalane Pitt, Dec. 2, 1786. 

Nathaniel Ross m. Ann Little, Mch. 18, 1784. 

Peter Ross m. Hester I. Taylor, Dec. 4, 1815. 

James Rourke m. Sophia M'Cauley, Feb. 6, 1789. 

Nehemiah Rowles m. Candace Jenings, Nov. 28, 1792. 

John Rowley m. Elizabeth Fowler, July 12, 1785. 

James Royson m. Mary Lairy, Sept. 27, 1783. 

James Ruark m. Luvana Tucker, July 17, 1784. 

Stephen Rummells m. Lucy Harris, Oct. 27, 1799. 

William Rummells m. Lydia Whitaker, Oct. 16, 1792. 

Richard Rush m. Catherine Eliz^. Murray, Aug. 28, 1809. 

Thomas Rutland m. Ann Hall, July 26, 1784. 

Thomas Rutland m. Catherine Howard, Jan. 6, 1785. 

James Ryan m. Henrietta Jackson, Dec. 24, 1811. 

John Ryan m. Catherine Lowry, Nov. 6, 1784. 

Joshua Saffield m. Ruth M"=Coy, Jan. 25, 1803. 

James Sanders m. EHzabeth Groves, June 6, 1791. 



468 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

John Sanders m. Mary Dunn, Nov. 7, 1777. 
William Sanders m. Elizabeth Rawlings, Feb. 27, 1790. 
William Sanders m. Eliza Smith, Jan. 24, 1816. 
William Saunders m. Sarah Davis, Dec. 11, 1780. 
John Sands m. Mary Wiseman, July 19, 1784. 
John Sands m. Delila Philips, July 20, 1799. 
John Sands m. Ellen Rawlin, Feb. 22, 1809. 
Joseph Sands m. Sarah Rawlings, Feb. 17, 1798. 
Samuel Sands m. Mary Smith, Dec. 21, 1793. 
Samuel Sands m. Ary Goodwin, Oct. 20, 1796. ' 
George Sank m. Anne Ijams, Jan. 29, 1799. 
John Sansbury m. Sarah Wiltshire, July 16, 1779. 
Levy Sansbury m. Elizabeth Phips, Oct. 25, 181 5. 
Caleb Sappington m. Margaret Gambrill, Nov. 30, 1790. 
Francis B. Sappington m. Ann Ridgely, Oct. 28, 1783. 
John Sappington m. Rachel Drane, Dec. 18, 1790. 
Nathanuel Sappington m. Mary Jennings, Feb. 17, 1784. 
Nathaniel Sappington m. Mary Taylor, Jan. 31, 1801. 
Thomas Sappington m. Mary Ann Jenings, Sept. 8, 1783. 
Thomas Sappington m. Elizabeth Lewis, Aug. 16, 1790. 
Thomas Sappington m. Susanna Allen, Jan. 22, 1800. 
William Sappington m. Rebecca Philips, Feb. 10, 1795. 
Samuel Sarjent m. Sarah Fountaine, Apr. 29, 1818. 
Abner Schultz m. Henny Basil, May 4, 1814. 
George Schwarer m. Ketura Ann Watts, July 8, 1812. 
Cato Scott m. Priscilla Wallace, Jan. 19, 1790. 
Leonard Scott m. Sarah Wheeler, Nov. 7, 1805. 
William Scott m. Eliza Bryan, Dec. 9, 1820. 
Benjamin Scrivener m. Apiary Powell, June 6, 1817. 
Francis Scrivener m. Eleanor Robertson, Nov. 25, 1794. 
George Scrivener m. Lurana Childs, Mch. 6, 1805. 
George Scrivener m. Mary Childs, Dec. 11, 1807. 
John Scrivener m. Eliza Smith Boswell, Sept. 18, 1817. 
Lewis Scrivener m. Kessiah Trott, Jan. 14, 1781. 
Vincent Scrivener m. Mary Griffith, Dec. 11, 1788. 
Walter Scrivener m. Jemima Childs, June 2, 1802. 
William Scrivener m. Henrietta Dixon, Oct. 29, 1779. 
Philip Scrogin m. Mary Keephart, Aug. 10, 1779. 
Benedict Seaborn m. Sarah Linstead, Aug. 30, 1788. 
Caleb Sears m. Anne Kersey, Apr. 22, 1793. 
Caleb Sears m. Charity Mulliken, Feb. 13, 1802. 
James Sears m. Anne Bevcridge, Aug. 6, 1790. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 469 

William Sears J n^ m. Artridge Lamden, Nov. 30, 1812. 
William Sears J n^ m. Elizabeth Murdock, Oct. 24, 1816. 
Bennett Seeders m. Hannah Weedon, Dec. 28, 1793. 
Henry Seaders m. Ruth Seaders, Dec. 23, 1799. 
John Sefton m. Mary Harwood, Oct. 13, 1819. 
John I. Seibert m. Catharine Minskey, Dec. 24, 1779. 
Jonathan Selby m. Susanna Welch, June 9, 1786. 
Joseph Selby m. Ann Carter, Sept. 4, 1779. 
Joseph Selby m. Elizabeth Sellman, Oct. 28, 1785. 
Jonathan Sellman m. Rachel Lucas, Jan. 7, 1783. 
Jonathan Sellman m. Anne E. Harwood, May 22, 1794. 
Leonard Sellman m. Mary Walker Rankin, June 23, 1804. 
Thomas Sellman m. Sarah Wood, Jan. 3, 1783. 
Thomas Sellman m. Elizabeth Sellman, Nov. 16, 1798. 
Charles Seveir m. Sophia Hardesty, Dec. 2, 1820. 
Vachel Severe m. Mary Dadds, Dec. 27, 1816. 
Daniel Seward m. Ann Banks, Oct. 26, 1781. 
Augustine Sewell m. Mary Pitts, Feb. 21, 1784. 
Benjamin Sewel m. Hester Nicholson, Jan. 10, 1806. 
Elijah Sewell m. Anne Chaney, Mch. 2, 1809. 
John Sewell m. Lydia Baldwin, Feb. 27, 1804. 
Vachel Sewell m. Debora Johnson, Dec. 18, 1779. 
Vachel Sewell m. Sarah Anglin, Mch. 18, 1796. 
William Sewell m. Rebecca Disney, Dec. 27, 1790. 
John T. Shaaff m. Mary Stewart, Feb. 6, 1812. 
William Sharrett m. Trasa Ireland, Apr. 9, 1779. 
Elias Shaw m. Elizabeth Langford, July 24, 1813. 
George Shaw m. Eliza Robinson, Apr. 3, 18 19. 
James Shaw m. Anne Knapp, Dec. 8, 1789. 
John Shaw m. Ann Welstead Pratt, July 19, 1777. 
John Shaw m. Margaret Steuart, Mch. 3, 1798. 
John Shaw m. Jane Telby, Feb. 12, 1807. 
Caleb Sheckells m. Keziah Hill, Jan. 15, 1820. 
Enoch Sheckells m. Sarah Smith, Jan. 10, 1818. 
Francis Shekell m. Rebecca Cheney, Oct. 14, 1783. 
Francis Scheckells m. Ann Wells, Nov. 2, 1786. 
John Sheckells m. Mary Shearbutt, Apr. 26, 1791. 
Richard Sheckell m. Sarah S. Richardson, Oct. 17, 1796. 
Richard Sheckells m. Anne Jones, Jan. 31, 1800. 
Thomas Sheckells m. Jane Owens, Dec. 31, 1807. 
Thomas Sheckells m. Ann Hopkins, Nov. 30, 1813. 
Basil Shepherd m. Elizabeth M''Nier, July 29, 1802. 



470 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Charles Shepherd m. Ann Brown, May 9, 1807. 

Henry Shepard m. Sarah Dove, Dec. 18, 1795. 

James Shepherd m. Lucretia Martindale, Jan. 9, 1808. 

James Sheppard m. Susanna Mace, Dec. 6, 1817. 

John Shepherd m. Ruth Lewis, Sept. 30, 1780. 

John Shepard m. Rebecca Forrest, Dec. 24, 1794. 

John Shepherd m. Mary Owens, Apr. 10, 1804. 

Nathaniel Shepherd m. Rebecca Murphey, Jan. 26, 1779. 

Nathaniel Shepherd m. Mary Owens, Oct. 28, 1783. 

Nathaniel Shepherd m. Christian Middleton, July 21, 1788. 

Samuel Shepherd m. Margaret Humblert, Oct. 6, 1798. 

Benjamin Sherbird m. Lidia Hopkins, July i, 1807. 

Benjamin Sherbert m. Ann Hutton, Jan. 6, 1816. 

Edward Sherbert m. Mary Ann King, Feb. 14, 1820. 

George Shearbert m. Elizabeth Alvey, Apr. 16, 1793. 

Rezin Shurbutt m. Mary Winderson, Sept. 7, 1808. 

Richard Shearbutt m. Mary Hardisty, Dec. 29, 1800. 

Richard Sherbutt m. Anne Maine, Jan. 17, 1809. 

Thomas Sherbutt m. Margaret Hutton, June 8, 1782. 

Thomas Sheurbutt m. Mary Welch, May 26, 1797. 

Philemon Sherwood m. Sarah Wells, Feb. 2, 1799. 

Benjamin Shields m. Sarah Johnson, Oct. 8, 1805. 

Caleb Shields m. Jane Brown, May 12, 1777. 

Benjamin Shipley m. Catherine Marriott, Sept. 2, 1809. 

Henry Shipley m. Sarah Scott, Sept. 19, 1806. 

Gideon Shoemaker m. Achsah Ward, Jan. 3, 1787. 

Samuel P. Shoemaker m. Elizabeth Hurst, Sept. 24, 1783. 

Jacob Short m. Eleanor Wells, Dec. 24, 1801. 

John Short m. Anne Hood, Feb. 19, 1794. 

John Shorter m. Rhoda Cadle, June 18, 1798. 

John Martin Shrimps m. Maria Catharine Thurisia Gross, Oct. 20, 1787. 

Cornelius Shriver m. Ann Collins, Apr. 5, 1806. 

William Shurlock m. Susan Bassford, Jan. 11, 1813. 

Henry Sibell m. Elizabeth Steviderson, May 28, 1777. 

Jn°. Henry Sibell m. Mary Stallings, Jan. 31, 1805. 

Edward Sifton m. Elizabeth Scogell, May 7, 1778. 

William Sifton m. Sarah Watkins, Apr. 25, 1785. 

John Silence m. Susannah Andrews, Jan. 14, 1788. 

Abraham Simmons m. Eleanor Nowell, Aug. 10, 1787. 

Basil Simmons m. Ann Wyvill, Apr. 20, 1801. 

Chapman Simmons m. Rebecca Stallings, Jan. 11, 1799. 

David Simmons m. Dorcas Dorsey, Feb. 11, 1809. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 471 

Ezekiel Simmons m. Ashsah Conner, Dec. 21, 1 816. 
Isaac Simmons m. Ann Childs, Feb. 14, 1784. 
Isane Simmons m. Ann Childs, Jan. 26, 1801. 
Isaac Simmons m. Elizabeth Masen, Dec. 3, 1818. 
James Simmons m. Mary Drury, Sept. 8, 1794. 
Jeremiah C. Simmons m. Aira Nowell, Dec. 23, 1800. 
John Simmons m. Sarah Holland, Apr. 17, 1819. 
Joseph Simmons m. Elizabeth Thomas, Sept. 13, 1787. 
Richard Simmons m. Elizabeth Simmons, Jan. 22, 1795. 
Richard Simmons m. Susanna Nowell, Feb. 14, 1795. 
Richard Simmons m. Agnes Hardesty, Jan. 27, 1806. 
Thomas T. Simmons m. Ann V. Harrison, July 14, 1812. 
William Simmons m. Margaret Chaulk, Apr. 21, 1781. 
William Simmons m. Mary Hall, Dec. 21, 1805. 
William Simmons m. Matilda Hinton, Dec. 17, 1808. 
William W. Simmons m. Matilda Tillard, Sept. 20, 1804. 
Basil Simpson m. Sarah Worthington, Apr. 29, 1783. 
John Simpson m. Mary Phillips, Dec. 31, 1796. 
Joshua Simpson m. Rebecca Warfield, Jan. 13, 1801. 
Thomas Slaughter m. Elizabeth Bash, May 14, 1779. 
Jacob Slemaker m. Elizabeth Elliott, Oct. 13, 1803. 
Andrew Sheer m. Elizabeth Selby, Nov. 29, 1797. 
PhiHp SHtchbury m. Mary Robertson, Dec. 23, 1782. 
John Small m. Ann Pettiboon, Oct. i, 1777. 
William Smallwood m. Sarah Phelps, Oct. 14, 1792. 
Anthony Smith m. Mary Ann Brown, Nov. 8, 1816. 
Aquila Smith m. Mary Reeves, Feb. 14, 1795. 
Edward Smith m. Ann Warfield, Mch. 12, 1782. 
Elijah Smith m. Martha Jenkins, Aug. 23, 1788. 
Frederick Smith m. Prudence Clarke, June 23, 1783. 
Henry Smith m. Elizabeth Thackrell, Apr. 24, 1788. 
Henry Smith m. Elizabeth Weedon, Sept. Ii, 1788. 
Henry Smith m. Mary WiUiams, Feb. i, 1794. 
Horatio Smith m. Elizabeth Swain, Oct. 29, 181 7. 
James Smith m. Christian Annis, Aug. 28, 1782. 
James Smith m. Amelia Larmar, Sept. 27, 1817. 
John Smith m. Margaret Pindle, July 15, 1779. 
John Smith m. Mary Laveale, Jan. 22, 1782. 
John Smith m. Rachel Dolly, Apr. 24, 1783. 
John Smith m. Clarrissa Vineyard, Apr. 10, 1783. 
John Smith m. Sarah Tydings, Sept. 26, 1785. 
John Smith m. Eleanor Mullikin, Jan. 20, 1789. 



472 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

John Smith m. Anne Yieldhall, Aug. 22, 1791. 
John Smith m. Rebecca Fuller, May 18, 1793. 
John Smith m. Eleanor Brigdell, Jan. 29, 1795. 
John Smith m. Ruth Gray, Jan. 11, 1798. 
John Smith m. Sarah Hunter, Aug. 6, 1807. 
John Smith m. Artadge Randall, Feb. 19, 1808. 
John Smith m. Mary Dorsey, Mch. 16, 1815. 
John Smith m. Airy liams, Aug. 17, 181 5. 
Joseph Smith m. Pasafy Wiley, June 25, 181 1. 
Joseph Smith m. Elizabeth Warfield, Dec. 21, 181 1. 
Joseph Smith m. Ann Sprigg, Sept. 27, 1817. 
Nathaniel Smith m. Hannah Randall, Apr. 28, 1794. 
Nathaniel Smith m. Elizabeth Leech, July 24, 1794. 
Philip Smith m. Margaret Gardner, Nov. 14, 1802. 
Richard Smith m. Mary Thackrall, Aug. 15, 1778. 
Richard Smith m. Elizabeth Meeke, Feb. i, 1809. 
Thomas Smith m. Mary Deale, June 12, 1779. 
Thomas Smith m. Elizabeth Churd, Apr. i, 1788. 
Thomas Smith m. Margaret Clarke, Oct. 21, 1803. 
William Smith m. Mary Miles, Jan. 22, 1795. 
William Smith m. Eleanor Young, May 29, 1813. 
William Smith m. Mary Drury, Apr. 7, 18 14. 
William Smith m. Ann Johnson, July 15, 1817. 
Elisha Smithson m. Alley Alsop, May i, 1802. 
John Snowden m. Rachel Hopkins, Feb. 25, 1783. 
Nicholas Snowden m. Elizabeth Thomas, Sept. 30, 1806. 
Richard Snowden m. Eliza Warfield, Feb. 2, 1798. 
Charles Snyder m. Mary Poulton, Dec. 6, 1808. 
James P. Soper m. Anne Mayo, June 3, 1801. 
Solomon Soward m. Sophia Fuller, Sept. 26, 1785. 
James Sowards m. Mary Fuller, Oct. 10, 1787. 
Anthony Sparrow m. Susanna Varnel, Sept. 6, 1804. 
Danuel Sparrow m. Deborah Williamson, June 28, 1800. 
John Sparrow m. Ann Grifiith, Sept. 29, 181 5. 
Solomon Sparrow m. Rachel S. Sellman, Feb. 14, 1805. 
Solomon Sparrow m. Rachel S. Hall, June 23, 1818. 
Thomas Sparrow m. Catherine CoUins, Mch. 24, 1812. 
John Spears m. Sarah Waters, Apr. 19, 1820. 
Rob'. Traill Spence m. Mary Clare Carroll, June 16, 181 2. 
James Spencer m. Mary Gott, Nov. 29, 1785. 
Philemon Spencer m. Mary Carter, Sept. 15, 1787. 
William Spicer m. Hannah Traverse, Apr. 20, 1782. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 473 

John Spicknall m. Ann Harris, Apr. 13, 1787. 
Jacob Sprigg m. Catherine Wallace, Nov. 3, 1792. 
Samuel Spriggs m. Rebecca Weston, Nov. 23, 1786. 
Samuel Spriggs m. Ann Cook, May 8, 1813. 
Lewis Sprogel m. Susan Nicholson, Aug. 3, 1820. 
Samuel Sproston m. Jane Marriott, Mch. 30, 1814. 
Edward Spurrier m. Ann Griffith, June 10, 1785. 
Rezen Spuruer m. Phebe W. Burgess, Jan. 2, 1790. 
James Stallings m. Margaret King, Dec. 29, 1819. 
John Stallings m. Elizabeth Parrott, June 13, 1808. 
John Stallings m. Mary Howes, June 3, 1809. 
John Stallings m. Sarah Farrar, June 22, 1814. 
Joseph Stallins m. Anne Smith, Mch. 24, 1789. 
Thomas Stallings m. Mary Poole, Dec. 2, 1800. 
Thomas Stalhngs m. Anne Lambeth, Jan. 19, 1816. 
Lancelot StaUions m. Mary Simmons, Jan. 5, 1786. 
James Steele m. Mary Nevit, Jan. 15, 1789. 
John Steibart m. Margaret Brown, Jan. 31, 1782. 
Dennis Stevens m. Sarah Gambrill, Mch. 10, 1781. 
John Stephens m. Juliana J. Brice, Nov. i, 1808. 
Vachel Stevens m. Jennitta R. Waller, July 26, 1780. 
William Stevens m. Elizabeth Crandell, Jan. 27, 1809. 
John Stevenson m. Eleanor Harrison, Aug. 2, 1803. 
Stephen Steward m. Eleanor Clarke, Jan. 16, 1784. 
Caleb Steuart m. Anne Watkins, Nov. 26, 1788. 
Charles Stewart m. Mary Watson, Feb. 11, 1784. 
Charles Stewart m. Hannah Robinson, June 6, 1786. 
Charles Stewart m. Mahala Nicholls, Jan. 9, 1812. 
David Steuart m. Mary Hall, Jan. 26, 1788. 
David Steuart m. Sarah Gray, Sept. 12, 1806. 
Edward Stewart m. Ann Selby, Feb. 7, 1786. 
Edward Stewart m. Sarah Warton, Aug. 22, 1799. 
Ezekiel Steuart m. Alethia Owens, Aug. 2, 1805. 
Ezekiel Stewart m. Eleanor Frizzel, Nov. 11, 181 7. 
James Stewart m. Catharine Smith, June 24, 1778. 
James Steuart m. Rebecca Sprigg, Nov. 4, 1788. 
James Steuart m. Margaret Knighton, Jan. 19, 1789. 
James Steuart m. Elizabeth Davis, Sept. 30, 181 5. 
John Steuart m. Ann Yeldell, May 16, 1797. 
Mordecai Stewart m. Cassandra Tanyhill, May 27, 1794. 
Mordecai Stewart m. Anne Pitts, Dec. 15, 1796. 
Mordecai Stewart m. Rhody Hancock, Apr. 30, 181 1. 



474 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Nicholas Steuart m. Amelia Watkins, May 12, 181 8. 

Richard Steuart m. Louisa Harwood, Jan. 29, 1817. 

Stephen Stewart Jn'. m. Elizabeth Thomas, Nov. 7, 1777. 

Stephen Steuart m. Anne Johnson, May 6, 1806. 

William Stewart m. Sarah Nicholson, Sept. 15, 1779. 

William Stewart m. Mary Scott, Oct. 20, 1792. 

Nathan Stinchacomb m. Sarah Moss, May 26, 1814. 

Thomas Stinchcomb m. Else Kilman, Aug. 13, 1777. 

Thomas Stinchcomb m. Sarah Ross, Mch. 14, 1795. 

Thomas Stinchicomb m. Sarah Phipps, Feb. 11, 1804. 

William Stinchacomb m. Sarah Adams, Jan. 23, 1815. 

John Stocker m. Elizabeth Roberts, Dec. 27, 1 8 10. 

John Stockett m. Laurro Beard, Dec. 13, 1 791. 

John Shaaff Stockett m. Ann Matilda Grason, Apr. 18, 1812. 

Joseph Noble Stockett m. Ann Caroline Battee, Nov. 17, 1812. 

Joseph N. Stockett m. Anne Sellman, June 24, 1816. 

Noble Stockett m. Susannah Beard, Nov. 6, 1794. 

Richard G. Stockett m. Margaret Hall, Mch. 28, 1799. 

Thomas Stockett m. Lucretia Marsham, Oct. 7, 18 16. 

Thomas W". Stockett m. Susannah Beard, Jan. 27, 1797. 

William Stockett m. Mary HoUyday, Feb. 27, 1783. 

W". Thomas Stockett m. Sarah Beard, July 31, 1793. 

William L Stockett m. Mary Watkins, Nov. 14, 1797. 

John T. Stoddert m. Elizabeth Guinn, May 23, 1815. 

John Hoskin Stone m. Mary Couden, Feb. 15, 1781. 

Marshall Stone m. Betty Harris, Mch. 30, 1791. 

Robert Conden Stone m. Mary Mann, July 23, 1805. 

William Straughon m. Patsy Cross, Oct. 25, 1816. 

James Stremack m. Helen Ross, Oct. 16, 1778. 

Abraham Strong m. Ann Weeks, Sept. 7, 1778. 

Abraham Strong m. Ann Weeks, Sept. 8, 1778. 

Mark Stubbs m. Mary M-'Donald, May 13, 1778. 

Samuel Sudler m. Sarah Lav-in, Apr. i, 1780. 

William Sudler m. Charlotte Mackubin, Apr. 10, 1809. 

Jesse Suite m. Sarah Giest, Nov. 20, 1784. 

John SuUivane m. Rebecca Widdon, Apr. 12, 1788. 

John Sullivane m. Milla Butcher, Apr. i, 1797. 

Lemuel H. SulHvan m. Willy Gardiner, Dec. 9, 1820. 

Morgan Sullivan m. Sarah Lambeth, Oct. 26, 181 6. 

William Sullivan m. Henrietta Wood, Jan. 2, 1782. 

William Sullivan m. Matilda Carr, May 10, 1820. 

Francis Sumblin m. Mary Cisach, Feb. 6, 1801. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 475 

Benjamin Sunderland m. Martha Warfield, Dec. 30, 1809. 
Benjamin D. Sunderland m. Ann Childs, Mch. 4, 1816. 
Jesse Sunderland m. Elizabeth Sunderland, Dec. 10, 181 1. 
Zachariah Sunderland m. Anne Wood, Aug. 4, 1804. 
Theodore Swain m. EHzabeth Rockhold, Feb. 5, 1810. 
Philip Swearer m. Mary Miller, Sept. 10, 1788. 
Seth Swetzer m. Anne Valliant, Nov. 9, 1790. 
Benjamin Talbott m. Sarah Gaither, Apr. 13, 1785. 
Joshua Talbot m. Elizabeth Hill, Oct. 29, 1801. 
Thomas Talbott m. Elizabeth Green, Nov. 17, 1788. 
Henry Tammon m. Elizabeth Landers, Jan. 23, 1799. 
Thomas Tanyhill m. Mary Scrivener, Dec. 19, 1797. 
Thomas Taunie m. Mar>' Hannah, Dec. 10, 1779. 
Caleb Taylor m. Ann Ranken, Sept. 3, 1778. 
Gamieliel Taylor m. Euphen Bruce, Nov. 4, 1804. 
James Taylor m. EHzabeth Gill, May 20, 1778. 
James Taylor m. Catherine Barber, Feb. 14, 1785. 
James Taylor m. Elizabeth Sullivane, Mch. 12, 1793. 
James Taylor m. Alice Thomas, Sept. 21, 1815. 
John Taylor m. Mary Smith, Feb. 15, 1791. 
John Taylor m. Anne Ogle, Oct. 3, 1792. 
John Taylor m. Jemima Wilson, Feb. 11, 1793. 
John Taylor m. Phebe Mickens, July 3, 1816. 
John Taylor m. Louisa Weedon, July 18, 1818. 
Joseph Taylor m. Sarah Bryan, Nov. 28, 1798. 
Lemuel Taylor m. Ann Rawlings, Nov. 5, 1817. 
Lloyd Taylor m. Mary E. Thornton, Jan. 23, 1802. 
Richard Taylor m. Mary Ann Selby, Dec. 26, 1782. 
Richard Taylor m. Martha Druse, Dec. 24, 1798. 
Richard Taylor m. Anne Boston, Mch. 4, 1807. 
Snoden Taylor m. Elizabeth Drane, Sept. 7, 1782. 
Solomon Taylor m. Eleanor Chaney, Jan. 17, 1780. 
William Taylor m. Rebecca Hines, May 8, 1790. 
Henry Tayman m. Elizabeth Talbott, Nov. 2, 1802. 
John Tayman m. Mary M'Cauley, Feb. 13, 1804. 
Thomas Tayman m. Margaret Turner, Dec. 31, 181 1. 
Edward Team m. Susanna Taylor, Mch. 30, 1784. 
Hugh Templeton m. Mary Hoover, Aug. 9, 1794. 
William Terry J n'. m. Dorothy Brannock, Jan. i, 1819. 
Zachariah Thackrill m. Elizabeth Cooper, Mch. 13, 1778. 
Benjamin Thomas m. Elizabeth James, Sept. 27, 18 10. 
Benjamin Thomas m. Eliza Boone, Dec. 26, 1815. 



476 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Ebenezer Thomas m. Anne Boone, Oct. i, 1802. 
Ebenezer Thomas m. Ann Carey Fowler, Dec. 8, 1808. 
Jeremiah Thomas m. Cassey Williams, June 27, 1801. 
John Thomas m. Sarah Murray, Aug. 22, 1777. 
John Thomas m. Rebecca Bryan, Nov. 2, 1784. 
John Thomas m. Eliza Ganson, Dec. 11, 1798. 
John R. Thomas m. Ann C. Pumphrey, Feb. 11, 1817. 
John W. Thomas m. Anna Webster, Jan. 7, 1813. 
Levin Thomas m. Margaret M'Guire, Dec. 23, 1786. 
Luke Thomas m. Jane Caldclough, Sept. 13, 1785. 
Philip Thomas m. Sarah Marg^ Weems, Mch. 4, 1782. 
Philip W". Thomas m. Julia Chisholm, Nov. 7, 1803. 
Philip W. Thomas m. Rebecca Waters, Sept. 19, 1806. 
Robert Thomas m. Ann Purely, May 24, 1803. 
Samuel Thomas m. Anna Warfield, Sept. 16, 1789. 
William Thomas m. Rachel Hutcheson, May 3, 1780. 
W^illiam Thomas m. Rachel Rhodes, F"eb. 5, 1791. 
William Thomas m. Charlotte Bratcher, Mch. 6, 1796. 
Alexander Thompson m. Jane M'New, Apr. 13, 1789. 
Francis Thompson m. Mary Watkins, Mch. 27, 1780. 
Francis Thompson m. Mary Wood, May 8, 1780. 
George Thompson m. Mary MCabe, Sept. 18, 1789. 
Hugh Thompson m. Elizabeth Sprigg, Jan. 18, 1794. 
John Thompson m. Elizabeth Connoway, Jan. 3, 1786. 
John Thompson m. Mary Rowlings, Oct. 12, 1790. 
John Thompson m. Ann Marriott, Dec. 16, 1795. 
John Thompson m. Eleanor Johnson, Apr. 5, 1806. 
John Thompson m. Susanna Tydings, Dec. 8, 1807. 
John Thompson m. Eleanor Glover, Mch. 28, 1818. 
Thomas Thompson m. Mary Cracroft, Mch. 23, 1792. 
William Thompson m. Elizabeth Weeden, Mch. 7, 1818. 
Richard Thorp m. Sarah M<^Cubbin, Apr. 24, 1787. 
William Thumbbert m. Eleanor Davidson, Oct. 7, 181 1. 
William B. Tilden m. Louisa H. Howard, Mch. 21, 1801. 
James Tilghman m. Elizabeth Johns, Feb. 7, 1778. 
John Tilghman m. Maria E. Gibson, Dec. 22, 1807. 
John H. Tillard m. Emmeline Pindell, July 22, 1817. 
William Tillard m. Delilah Simmons, Sept. 29, 1 813. 
Jasper E. Tilley m. EHzabeth Higgins, May 23, 1793. 
Edward Timanous Sn^ m. Margaret Morris, Dec. 5, 1796. 
Edward Timmons m. Sarah Smith, Mch. 14, 1782. 
Charles Tinges m. Rebecca Goldsmith, Apr. 7, 1789. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 477 

James Titus m. Sarah liams, Nov. 14, 181 5. 

Edward Tobin m. Eleanor Berry, Jan. 13, 1785. 

John Todd m. Elizabeth Gray, Feb. 13, 1783. 

Nathan Todd m. Sarah Rockhold, Apr. 14, 1787. 

Richard Todd m. Ann Merriken, Jan. 31, 1788. 

Thomas Todd m. Margaret Gardner, Apr. 16, 1792. 

Thomas Todd m. Christian Marshall, June 7, 1799. 

John Toft m. Elizabeth Welch, Feb. 13, 1797. 

John Toft m. Elizabeth Wheat, Dec. 14, 1803. 

Thomas Toft m. Ann Welch, Mch. 25, 1780. 

Jacob Tolson m. Ruth Carter, Mch. 29, 1780. 

James Tongue m. Anne Cowman, June 9, 1803. 

Thomas Tongue Jn". m. Anne Harrison, Jan. 3, 1809. 

Richard Tootle m. Harriet Pryse, Dec. 18, 1799. 

Richard Tootle m. Mary Victoria Devenew, Dec. 20, 1799. 

Michael Towell m. Mary Flaharty, Jan. 11, 1805. 

Thomas Towell m. Comfort Robinson, Nov. 26, 1811. 

Thomas Townsend m. Ann Hutton, Dec. 23, 1780. 

Thomas Townsend m. Rebecca Caton, Nov. 25, 1783. 

Joseph Toy m. Mary Sparrow, Mch. 2"], 1788. 

William Tracy m. Elizabeth Winterson, Nov. 15, 1804. 

Henry Hicks Traverse m. Esther Harding, Mch. 7, 1795. 

Thomas Traverse m. Elizabeth Tucker, Oct. 24, 1793. 

Greenbury Treakle m. Mary Hobbs, Nov. 24, 1812. 

Gabriel Trott m. Anne Beford, Jan. 9, 1797. 

Gabriel Trott m. Elizabeth M'-Quillin, May 7, 1817. 

James Trott m. Sarah Griffith, Feb. 18, 1789. 

John Trott m. Elizabeth Prout, Nov. 9, 1804. 

Richard Trott m. Anne Crutchley, Apr. 7, 181 7. 

Sabret Trott m. Elizabeth Childs, Jan. 2, 1787. 

Sabritt Trott m. Anne Conner, Apr. 4, 1809. 

Samuel Trot m. Margaret Nowell, Dec. 14, 1793. 

William Trott m. Willey Gibson, Dec. 29, 1802. 

William Trott m. Mary Grifhn, Dec. 26, 181 8. 

Alexander Truman m. Margaret Reynolds, May 29, 1781. 

Washington G. Tuck m. Elizabeth Lee, Oct. 15, 1808. 

Washington G. Tuck m. Rachel S. Whittington, Mch. 16, 1814. 

William A. Tuck m. Cave AluUiken, May 25, 1801. 

Abel Tucker m. Mary Tydings, July 17, 1804. 

James Tucker m. Anne Deale, Mch. 12, 1814. 

John Tucker m. Ann Tucker, July 12, 1783. 

John Tucker m. Lurana Rawlings, Feb. 25, 1801. 



478 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Richard Tucker m. Susannah Cockey, Sept. 3, 1796. 
Richard Tucker m. Lurana Tucker, Dec. 15, 1802. 
Selea Tucker m. Anne Cockey, Oct. 29, 1796. 
Thomas Tucker m. Frances Cockey, Dec. 14, 1787. 
Thomas Tucker m. Anna Hooper, Sept. 8, 1796. 
Thomas Tucker m. Ouara Wells, Jan. 6, 1807. 
William Tucker m. Mary Anne Brewer, Aug. i, 1801. 
WilHam Tucker m. Mary Elliott, Aug. 10, 1805. 
Zachariah Tucker m. Catharine Myers, Nov. 19, 1778. 
Zachariah Tucker m. Eleanor Rawlings, Sept. 25, 1790. 
Zachariah Tucker m. Sarah Steuart, Nov. 9, 1802. 
Abraham Turgason m. Anne Parot, June 7, 1810. 
Philip Turner m. Margaret Smith, May 13, 1799. 
Richard Turner m. Elizabeth Scrivener, Dec. 8, 1808. 
Thomas Turner m. Jane Rockhold, Aug. 11, 1788. 
Thomas W. Turner m. Maria Gambrell, Dec. 22, 1814. 
Thomas W. Turner m. Charlotte Marriott, Sept. 19, 1816. 
William Turner m. Susannah Childs, Jan. 16, 1808. 
Joseph Tuttell m. Rebecca Howenton, Jan. 19, 1815. 
George Twinch m. Mary Watson, Dec. 31, 1781. 
Horatio Tydings m. Lydia Kirby, Jan. 11, 1817. 
John Tydings m. Nancy Atwell, Dec. 12, 1810. 
John Tydings m. Rachel Riston, Sept. 28, 181 8. 
Joseph Tydings m. Anne Tydings, Dec. 12, 1792. 
Joseph Tydings m. Artridge Knighton, Dec. 13, 181 6. 
Keley Tydings m. Mary Beard, Jan. 30, 1782. 
Keeley Tydings m. Frances Attwell, Mch. 20, 1793. 
Kensey Tydings m. Mary Johnson, Feb. 16, 1819. 
Lewis Tydings m. Mary Atwell, May 27, 1805. 
Richard Tydings m. Eliza Stewart, Dec. 24, 1801. 
Richard Tydings m. Mary MulHkin, July 23, 1806. 
Grafton Tyler m. Catherine T. Macgill, Mch. 11, 1818. 
William Urquhart m. Ruth Marriott, Jan. 11, 1781. 
William Urguhart m. Maria Deford, Apr. 15, 1808. 
WilHam Urquhart m. Elizabeth Childs, Dec. 20, 181 6. 
James Usher m. Rachel Harrison, Mch. 14, 1797- 
Joseph Vallean m. Mary Ann Norman, Jan. 27, 1820. 
James Valiant m. Sarah Diamond, Jan. i, 1 781. 
John Valliant m. Mary Meek, Mch. 8, 1804. 
Charles Vandell m. EHzabeth Just, July 31, 1780. 
John Veers m. Deborah Russell, Feb. 13, 1804. 
Samuel Vernon m. Ann Griffin, June 10, 1787. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 479 

Edward Vidler m. Ann Topping, Oct. 13, 1787. 
John Viers m. Catharine Bealmear, Mch. 26, 1787. 
William Vinson m. Mary Allen, May 13, 1779. 
Henry Waderman m. Mary Miles, Aug. 16, 1813. 
William Walham m. Mary Stewart, Sept. 19, 181 5. 
Charles Walker m. Sarah Ryan, July 30, 1778. 
Isaac Walker m. Henrietta Miller, Dec. 15, 1812. 
James Walker m. Margaret Owens, Aug. 30, 1782. 
John Walker m. Elizabeth Hammond, Jan. 7, 1785. 
Thomas Walker m. Elizabeth Brogden, Jan. 22, 1778. 
Vachel Walker m. Elizabeth Whitehead, June 27, 1815. 
William Walker m. Ann Coale, June 28, 1792. 
Thomas Wall m. Thomsin White, Mch. 4, 1784. 
Charles Wallace m. Mary Rankin, Apr. 26, 1798. 
William Waller m. Jannetta Russell Nelson, June 5, 1778. 
John Walmsley m. Mary Records, Feb. i, 1780. 
Benjamin Ward m. Eleanor Ward, May 11, 1807. 
Henry Ward m. Sarah Shepherd, Nov. 18, 1788. 
James Ward m. Lucy Scott, Sept. 5, 1810. 
John Ward m. Eleanor Ward, June 20, 1783. 
John Ward m. Elizabeth Whittington, Feb. 7, 1809. 
Joseph Ward m. Eleanor Ward, Oct. 21, 1815. 
Joseph Ward m. Eliz^. Pattison, Mch. 9, 1820. 
Josephus Ward m. Anne Tydings, July 18, 1793. 
Nathan Ward m. EHzabeth Crosby, June 12, 1809. 
Richard Ward m. Althea Brown, Jan. 22, 1796. 
Richard Ward m. Sarah Wood, May 25, 1814. 
Richard Ward m. Elizabeth Fry, Mch. 7, 1818. 
Robert Ward m. Catherine Spicknell, Apr. 28, 1802. 
Samuel Ward m. Elizabeth Pickeron, Apr. 20, 1787. 
Samuel Ward m. Elizabeth Drury, Nov. 23, 1798. 
Samuel Ward m. Rachel Basford, Feb. 20, 1816. 
WiUiam Ward m. Barbara Phelps, Mch. 20, 1799. 
William Ward m. Sarah Scrivener, Dec. 24, 1800. 
Zachariah Ward m. Pamelia Dockett, Apr. 18, 1 791. 
Alexander Warfield m. Elizabeth Woodward, Dec. 5, 1788. 
Amos Warfield m. Sarah Warfield, Nov. 8, 1793. 
Azel Warfield m. Elizabeth Welling, Dec. 4, 1786. 
Bane Warfield m. Arey Dorsey, Apr. 28, 1779. 
Basil \\'arfield m. Ann Cecil, Feb. 15, 1803. 
Beale \\"arfield m. Achsah Dorsey, July 25, 1785. 
Benjamin Warfield m. Rebecca Spurrier, Apr. 19, 1796. 



480 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Charles Warfield m. Sally Warfield, July lo, 1790. 

Edward \\'arfield m. Polly Warfield, Oct. 7, 1794. 

Elisha Warfield m. Ruth Burgess, Aug. 6, 1778. 

James Warfield m. Elizabeth Biggs, June 7, 1815. 

John Warfield m. Mary Green, Dec. 24, 1779. 

John Warfield m. Henrietta Pitt, Mch. 16, 1785. 

John Warfield m. Humulal Mewshaw, Feb. 13, 1790. 

John Warfield m. Deborah White, Apr. 16, 1808. 

Joseph Warfield m. Elizabeth Dorsey, June 26, 1778. 

Joshua Warfield m. Rebecca Dorsey, Apr. 25, 1781. 

Joshua Warfield m. EHzabeth Dorsey, Oct. 6, 1781. 

Joshua Warfield m. Mary Jones, Jan. 13, 1783. 

Lancelot Warfield m. Rachel Marriott, Jan. 17, 1783. 

Lancelot Warfield m. Polly Warfield, Sept. 29, 1795. 

Levin Warfield m. Ann Hobbs, Oct. 6, 1779. 

Meshack Warfield m. Rachel Charick, Dec. 23, 1803. 

Philemon Warfield m. Anne Wright, Oct. 23, 1819. 

Richard Warfield m. Nancy Benson, Aug. 16, 1788. 

Richard Warfield m. Elizabeth Lucus, June 22, 1802. 

Richard B. Warfield m. Anne Marsh, Feb. 2, 1820. 

Samuel Warfield m. Susanna Danison, June 26, 1795. 

Thomas Warfield m. Elizabeth Hollyday, Dec. 11, 1778. 

Thomas Warfield m. Elizabeth Marriott, July 19, 1798. 

Thomas Warfield m. Margerry Brown, Mch. 30, 1803. 

Thomas Warfield m. Isabella M. Lucas, Apr. 4, 1818. 

Thomas W. Warfield m. Sarah White, Jan. 30, 1813. 

Vachel Warfield m. Eleanor Griffith, Sept. 23, 1786. 

Vachel H. Warfield m. Achsah H. Marriott, Dec. 17, 1819. 

William Warfield m. Frances Hinton, Nov. 13, 1790. 

William Warfield m. Mary Tyler Worthington, Sept. 17, 1816. 

William Warden m. Elizabeth Clarke, Feb. 18, 1778. 

Basil Warring m. Ehzabeth Hall, Nov. 26, 1805. 

Geo. Washington Waring m. Sarah M. Dorsey, Nov. 27, 1819. 

Abraham Wason m. Elizabeth Smith, May 10, 1810. 

Edmund Wason m. Anne \\'oodfield, Dec. 23, 1805. 

Joseph Wason m. Elizabeth Mace, Nov. 15, 1817. 

Levy Wason m. Mary Smith, Nov. 21, 1808. 

Richard W^ason m. Sarah Lancaster, Jan. 15, 1784. 

Thomas Wason m. Sarah Pargerson, Sept. 20, 1803. 

Benjamin Waters m. Hannah Fowler, Feb. 10, 1810. 

Charles L. Waters m. Rebecca Fowler, May 23, 1792. 

Edward E. Waters m. Rachel Jones, Feb. i, 1799. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 481 

Edward Waters m. Honora Ray, Dec. 8, 1813. 
Ephraim Waters m. Ann Law [Low?], Jan. 13, 1797. 
Jacob Waters m. Elizabeth Wells, Sept. 29, 1798. 
Jacob F. Waters m. Harriott Tongue, Mch. 23, 1809. 
Jonathan Waters m. Sarah Armaja, Feb. 17, 1798. 
Nathaniel Waters m. Mabel Maccauley, May 23, 1794. 
Nacy Waters m. Ann Warfield, June 14, 1790. 
Richard Waters m. Sarah Cooke, Oct. i, 1795. 
William Waters m. Jane Woodward, June 10, 1785. 
Wilson Waters m. Margaret Davis, June 11, 1800. 
Jonathan Wates m. Sarah G. Bateman, Apr. 21, 1818. 
Benjamin Watkins m. Elizabeth Sheckells, Dec. 31, 1779. 
Benjamin Watkins m. Elizabeth Sheckells, Apr. 11, 1780. 
Benjamin Watkins m. Anne Harwood, Apr. 10, 1794. 
Charles Watkins m. Ester Ferrill, Sept. 15, 1780. 
Gassaway Watkins m. Sarah Jones, Dec. 2, 1785. 
Gassaway Watkins m. Ruth Dorsey, Feb. 28, 1788. 
Gassaway Watkins m. Rebecca Richardson, May 18, 1793. 
Ignatius Watkins m. Elizabeth Gale, May 18, 1793. 
John Watkins m. Elizabeth Hall, Jan. 7, 1783. 
John Watkins m. Margaret Tydings, Nov. 11, 1790. 
John Watkins m. Ann Rutland, Oct. 26, 1 791. 
John Watkins m. Elizabeth Hall, Nov. 2"], 1797. 
John Watkins m. Willy Ann Davis, Feb. 7, 1812. 
Joseph Watkins m. Anne Gray, Nov. 28, 1789. 
Nicholas Watkins m. Sarah Disney, Feb. i, 1782. 
Nicholas Watkins m. Elizabeth Walker, Apr. 3, 1786. 
Nicholas Watkins m. Margaret Todd, Aug. 23, 1806. 
Nicholas G. Watkins m. Margaret Harwood, Aug. 31, 1798. 
Nicholas I. Watkins m. Rachel L. Watkins, May 7, 1801. 
Rezin Watkins m. Amey Meads, Jan 11, 1798. 
Richard Watkins m. Ruth Beard, Oct. 5, 1778. 
Richard Watkins m. Mary Purdy, Feb. 28, 1813. 
Sabine Wathen m. Nancy Brewer, Oct. 9, 1813. 
Samuel Watkins m. Elizabeth Watkins, Jan. 26, 1795. 
Stephen Watkins m. Elcy Woodward, Sept. 9, 1793. 
Thomas Watkins m. Sarah Disney, Nov. 4, 1797. 
William Watkins m. Eleanor Harwood, Feb. 25, 1805. 
Charles Watson m. Elizabeth Hall Rutland, May 21, 1804. 
George Watson m. Sarah Gambrill, Jan. 11, 1800. 
Hezekiah Watson m. Anne Atwell, Oct. 22, 1796. 
Robert Watson m. Ann Cooper, July 4, 1780. 
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482 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

William Watson m. Mary Dawson, Feb. 13, 1779. 
George Watts m. Mary Lark, Apr. 20, 1799. 
George Watts m. Elizabeth Keith, Jan. 21, 1807. 
George Watts m. Rachel Tydings, Jan. 17, 1818. 
Henry Watts m. Rebecca Stansbury, Jan. 28, 1804. 
Isaac Watts m. Mary Blackingham, Dec. 3, 1795. 
John Watts m. Juliana Porter, Oct. 29, 1790. 
Philip Watts m. Rebecca Welch, Jan. 17, 1793. 
Richard Watts m. Rebecca Beard, Aug. 6, 1778. 
Richard Watts m. Mary Packer, Dec. 15, 1789. 
Richard Watts m. Ann Watkins, Oct. 3, 1792. 
Richard B. Watts m. EHzabeth RawHngs, Feb. 21, 1803. 
Richard B. Watts m. Mary R. Watson, Mch. 31, 1812. 
Edmund Wayman m. Air>' Connaway, July 28, 1781. 
Hezekiah Waymun m. Jane Lee, June 15, 1786. 
Hezekiah Wayman m. Elizabeth Barry, Feb. 19, 1798. 
Thomas Wayman m. Elizabeth Crutchley, Jan. 15, 1820. 
Charles Weakley m. Ruth Bryan, July 21, 1785. 
Lewis Weaver m. Elizabeth Mifflin, May 12, 1801. 
Lex-i Webb m. Casandra Wood, Dec. 10, 1810. 
Michael Webster m. Anne Purdy, Feb. 10, 1807. 
Eli Weedon m. Catharine Johnson, July 13, 1815. 
Henry Weeden m. Mary Seeders, Dec. 8, 1789. 
James Weedon m. Frances Yewell, Apr. 29, 1818. 
John Weedon m. Martha Seeders, Dec. 18, 1798. 
Jonathan Weedon m. Margaret Hutton, July 29, 1819. 
Richard Weedon m. Sarah Weedon, Mch. 22, 1788. 
Richard Weedon m. Matilda Thomas, Feb. 3, 1801. 
Richard Weedon m. Ruth Yewell, Dec. 21, 1811. 
Robert Weeden m. Elizabeth Sands, Aug. 17, 1779. 
Robert Weedon m. Hellen Small, Feb. 16, 1793. 
Samuel Weedon m. Louisa Vessells, Apr. 15, 181 1. 
James N. Weems m. Elizabeth Ridgely, Sept. 23, 1802. 
John Weems m. Mary Dorsey, Dec. 18, 1781. 
John Weems m. Mary Cracroft, Apr. 2, 1795. 
John Weems of Rich"*, m. Rachel Norman, Dec. 26, 1803. 
Jn° Beal Weems m. Priscilla Harwood, Jan. 2, 1806. 
Richard Weems m. Mary Wood, May 27, 1809. 
William Weems m. Rachel Morris, June 30, 1784. 
William Weems m. Priscilla Sellman, May 8, 1804. 
Aaron Welch m. Elizabeth Franklin, Nov. 2, 1778. 
Aaron Welch m. Elizabeth Drury, Nov. 10, 1801. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 483 



Benjamin Welch m. Margaret Daltzel, May 22, 1792. 
Francis Welch m. Margaret Lusby, May i, 1797. 
John Welch m. Mary Hall, Aug. 15, 1782. 
John Welch m. Eleanor Warfield, Nov. i, 1783. 
John Welch m. Mary Owens, May 9, 1816. 
Mordecai Welsh m. Mary Watts, Dec. 21, 1790. 
Robert Welch m. Ann Furguson, Sept. 25, 1777. 
Robert Welch m. Eleanor Carr, Nov. 24, 1777. 
Robert Welch m. Sarah Merrikin, Oct. 29, 1795. 
Robert Welch m. Priscilla Owens, Apr. 17, 1797. 
Robert Welch m. Sally Mallonee, Nov. 10, 1806. 
John Willey m. Ann Macknew, Mch. 24, 1786. 
Benjamin Wells m. Elizabeth Traverse, Jan. 4, 1806. 
Benjamin Wells m. Artridge Franklin, Oct. 8, 181 5. 
Daniel Wells m. Mary Taigger, Nov. 27, 1790. 
George Wells m. Augusta Maine, Sept. 8, 1798. 
Jeremiah Wells m. Anne Carter, Oct. 9, 1813. 
John Wells m. Elizabeth Shewbutt, Sept. 3, 1785. 
John Wells m. Henrietta Watkins, Oct. 23, 1799. 
John Wells m. Hannah Mayo, Oct. 25, 1810. 
John Wells m. Elizabeth HasHp, Oct. 30, 1819. 
Nathan Wells m. Ruth Brashears, Oct. 17, 1798. 
Richard Wells m. Mary Freeland, Jan. 31, 1783. 
Richard Wells m. Eliz*. Beck, Jan. 31, 1784. 
Richard Wells m. Druzilla Brashears, Oct. 23, 1787. 
Richard Wells m. Sarah Carr, Nov. 18, 1788. 
Richard Wells m. Susanna Phips, Jan. 31, 1805. 
Richard Wells m. Rachel Deale, Feb. 14, 1814. 
Samuel Wells m. Sarah Phips, Jan. 25, 1785. 
William Wells m. Susannah Garston, Jan. 11, 1794. 
Zadok Wells m. Elizabeth Wheeler, Dec. 4, 1819. 
Benjamin Welsh m. Ruth Drury, Feb. 7, 1804. 
Francis Welsh m. Rizpah R. Norman, Dec. 6, 1810. 
Thomas Welsh m. Anne S. Iglehart, Jan. 23, 1817. 
Cornelius West m. Lewesa Humphreys, June 13, 1787. 
James West m. Margaret Whitaker, Dec. 31, 1795. 
James West m. Margaret Whitaker, Mch. 31, 1796. 
Richard W". West m. Maria Lloyd, Oct. 9, 1798. 
Lewis Weston m. Margaret Thompson, Dec. 22, 1810. 
Jesse Wheat m. Harriet Sappington, Oct. 23, 1804. 
Thomas Wheatley m. Crissy Kervan, July 10, 1787. 
Jonathan Wheedon m. Rebecca Tayman, Dec. 21, 1810. 



484 MARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Thomas Wheedon m. Anne Yewell, Dec. 30, 1811. 

Nathaniel Wheeler m. Sarah Duvall, Dec. 31, 1804. 

Odel Wheeler m. Caroline Dorsey, Nov. 11, 181 8. 

Richard Wheeler J n'. m. Elizabeth Marriott, Oct. 19, 1797. 

Robert Wheeler m. Eleanor Watkins, Jan. 24, 1798. 

Thomas Wheeler m. Anne Hutton, Feb. 23, 1805. 

William Wheeler m. Susanna G. Clarke, Jan. 17, 1814. 

William Wheeler m. Elizabeth Downes, Feb. 23, 1816. 

Barton Whetcroft m. Elizabeth Knap, Apr. 20, 1789. 

Henry \\'hetcroft m. Sarah Whetcroft, Aug. 14, 1796. 

George Whips m. Elizabeth Pearce, Aug. 6, 1778. 

Caleb White m. Eliza Cruse, Dec. 18, 1815. 

Edward White m. Ann Wootton, Nov. 5, 1784. 

Elias White m. Eliza M<-Daniel, Oct. 6, 181 8. 

Gideon White m. Hannah Barber, June 21, 1798. 

Griffith White m. Sarah Freeland, Dec. 11, 1788. 

James White m. Eleanor Litchfield, Dec. 22, 1777. 

John Cole White m. Harriet Lee, Apr. 30, 1800. 

Jonas White m. Ruth Marriott, Jan. 15, 1793. 

Jonathan White m. Elizabeth Williams, Dec. 13, 1788. 

Joseph White m. Elizabeth Ross, May i, 1820. 

Osbom White m. Ann Chaney, May 19, 1817. 

Reuben White m. Elizabeth Hall, Jan. 15, 1 814. 

Richard White m. Margaret Games, Dec. 29, 1785. 

Richard White m. Margaret Reed, Dec. 7, 1796. 

Richard White m. Sarah Cragg, May 13, 1797. 

Richard White m. Delila Pierce, Apr. 30, 1800. 

Richard White m. Phebe Chaney, Apr. 2, 181 7. 

Thomas White m. Mary Atkinson, Oct. 14, 1819. 

Edward Whitehead m. Anne Kingsbury, Jan. 29, 1793. 

Hezekiah Whitehead m. Mary Waters, Nov. 3, 1813. 

Richard Whitehead m. Susanna Cheney, Nov. 10, 1792. 

Jacob Whitwright m. Mary Carr, Jan. 15, 1820. 

Philip Whitwright m. Susannah Phips, May 23, 1792. 

Benjamin Whittington m. Cassey Smith, Nov. 17, 1788. 

Benjamin Whittington m. Margaret Jones, July 14, 1800. 

Benjamin Whittington m. Elizabeth Cowman, Jan. 6, 1804. 

Francis Whittington Sen. m. Sarah Hammond, July 26, 1816. 

James Whittington m. Mary Wood, Feb. 17, 1787. 

John Whittington m. Mary Armager, June i, 1780. 

John Whitington m. Eliz". Scrivener, Apr. 18, 1797. 

John A. Whittington m. Sarah C. Brown, Oct. 11, 1813. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 485 

John A. Whittington m. Sarah Pattison, Sept. 19, 1815. 
Joseph Whittington m. Sarah Russell, Dec. 15, 1791. 
Samuel Whittington m. Dorothy Wood, Apr. 16, 18 19. 
Thomas Whittington m. Eleanor Miles, Nov. 24, 1791. 
Thomas Whittington m. Ann Basford, Nov. 7, 1794. 
William Whittington m. Susannah Wood, Dec. 24, 1788. 
WilHam Whittington m. Sarah Welch, Aug. 18, 1804. 
William Whittington m. Lydia Hinton, Jan. 7, 1820. 
Richard Whittle m. Elizabeth Baldwin, Dec. 13, 1794. 
James Whorfe m. Eleanor Brewer, July 28, 1796. 
Joseph Wiett m. Margaret Peacock, Jan. 8, 1795. 
Edward Willett m. Eleanor Fisher, Dec. 19, 1785. 
Ninian Willet m. Chloe Walker, July 30, 1778. 
Abraham Williams m. Frances Cromwell, May 15, 1793. 
Andrew Williams m. Jane Cunningham, Dec. 22, 1777. 
Andrew WiUiams m. Sarah Lovely, Aug. 10, 1778. 
Eli Williams m. Phebe Coal, July 24, 1815. 
Elijah Williams m. Rachel Moss, July 30, 1816. 
Henry Williams m. Louisa Wheedon, Apr. 29, 1820. 
Jeramiah Williams m. Mary Gaither, Dec. 15, 1784. 
John WiUiams m. Elizabeth Davis, Apr. 10, 1779. 
John Williams m. Sarah Hancock, Jan. 18, 1805. 
John H. Williams m. OHvia Pokes, Dec. 9, 1820. 
Jn°. Wilson Williams m. Rachel Pettibone, Mch. 10, 1819. 
Joseph Williams m. Eleanor Mew, Sept. 27, 1780. 
Joseph Williams m. Mary Short, Feb. 13, 1792. 
Philip Williams m. Rachel Pearce, Apr. 27, 1796. 
Thomas Williams m. Eliza Thomas, Feb. 21, 1802. 
Thomas Williams m. Elizabeth Lowe, Nov. 14, 1818. 
William Williams m. Milcah Fowler, Dec. 15, 1792. 
James Williamson m. Maria Tuck, Dec. 20, 1804. 
James Williamson m. Sarah Mayo, Sept. 26, 1809. 
Charles H. Willigman m. Catherine Jackson, Aug. 30, 1808. 
Henry A. Wilins m. Elizabeth Grammer, Oct. 29, 1802. 
Daniel Willis m. Jemima Taylor, June 15, 1785. 
John Vankirk Williss m. Elizabeth Dowling, Oct. I, 1782. 
Alexander Wilson m. Frances Thomas, Aug. 19, 1791. 
Daniel Wilson m. DeHlah Johnson, Nov. 28, 1801. 
James Wilson m. Margery Duvall, Apr. 8, 1783. 
James Wilson m. Ann Sumland, July 28, 1784. 
John F. Wilson m. Elizabeth Gott, Jan. 16, 1819. 
Robert Wilson m. Prudence Thomas, Apr. 19, 1788. 



486 AIARYLAND RECORDS— ANNE ARUNDEL COUNTY 

Samuel Wilson m. Elizabeth Wiltshire, Dec. 12, 1778. 
Samuel Wilson m. Eve Jennings, Aug. 6, 1787. 
Spedden Wilson m. Mary Terry, Apr. 29, 1815. 
Thomas Wilson m. Julianna Stewart, Oct. 9, 1796. 
Jonathan Wiltshire m. Elizabeth Cooper, Nov. 25, 1782. 
Thomas Windham m. Sarah Lamb, June 21, 1785. 
Benjamin Winterson m. Hannah Ditty, Jan. 21, 1799. 
Benjamin Winterson m. Anne Tucker, July 7, 1801. 
John Wiseham m. Ann Blackwell, Dec. 2, 1784. 
Charles Wood m. Mary Handy, Nov. 13, 1793. 
Dorsey Wood m. Elizabeth Rodwell, June 9, 1781. 
Edward Wood m. Elizabeth Talbott, Feb. 19, 1802. 
Henry Wood m. Mary Brown, Nov. 28, 1792. 
Henry Wood m. Martha Griffin, June 7, 1794. 
Hopewell Wood m. Ann Muse, Feb. 10, 1779. 
Hopewell Wood m. Ann Hughes, Sept. 27, 181 1. 
Jack Wood m. Mary Scrivener, Aug. 3, 1809. 
John Wood m. Susannah Mitchell, June 29, 1 781. 
John Wood m. Henrietta Scrivener, Sept. 16, 1789. 
John Wood m. Barbara Allein, Oct. 20, 1792. 
John Wood m. Margaret Ames, Aug. 6, 1805. 
John Wood m. Ann Deroch, Nov. 14, 1817. 
John Wood m. Eleanor L. Simmons, Jan. 21, 1818. 
Joseph Wood m. Sarah Ward, July 20, 1802. 
Robert Wood m. Lieley Wood, Jan. 7, 1789. 
Robert Wood m. Eleanor Whittle, Mch. 2, 1789. 
Robert Wood m. Elizabeth Stevens, Dec. 19, 1803. 
Robert Wood m. Rachel Simmons, Nov. 7, 1807. 
Samuel Wood m. Elizabeth Whittington, Feb. 26, 1802. 
Samuel Wood Jn'. m. Ann Boswell, Aug. 28, 181 1. 
Samuel Wood m. Rachel Stevens, Feb. 19, 18 19. 
Thomas Wood m. Christian Woodfield, Dec. i, 1783. 
Zachariah Wood m. Rebecca Chapline, Sept. 2, 1790. 
Anthony Woodfield m. Eleanor Waters, Feb. 14, 1809. 
John Woodfield m. EHzabeth Norman, Feb. 13, 1782. 
John Woodfield m. Mary Ann Timmins, Dec. 18, 1802. 
John Woodfield m. Marian Foreman, Aug. 3, 1809. 
Thomas Woodfield m. Sarah Bicknell, Feb. i, 1791. 
Thomas Woodfield m. Anne Purdy, May 30, 181 1. 
Thomas Woodfield m. Catherine Plain, Nov. 4, 1813. 
Henry Woodward m. Eleanor Turner, Feb. 13, 1797- 
Isaac Woodward m. Mary Jane Aisquith, Jan. 23, 1818. 
Jo'. Henry Woodward m. Susan Butt, Apr. 7, 181 7. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES 487 

James H. Woodward m. Eliz». Bryan, Nov. 3, 1818. 

Nicholas Woodward m. Margaret Mulliken, Dec. 31, 1812. 

Thomas Woodward m. Margaret liams, May 21, 1778. 

William Woodward m. Jamima Jacob, Nov. 17, 1790. 

John Woolfit m. Ruth Pearce, July 26, 1787. 

Richard Wootton m. Margaret Evans, Dec. 21, 1808. 

Richard Wootton m. Ara mi nta Jackson, Dec. 22, 1813. 

Thomas Wooton m. Mary Wasteneys, Nov. 14, 1809. 

William Wootton m. Ann Gardiner, Feb. 22, 1813. 

Beale M. Worthington m. EHzabeth R. Ricketts, Mch. 7, 181 1. 

Charles G. Worthington m. Mary Ann Dorsey, Jan. 16, 1815. 

John Worthington m. Christiana Magruder, Oct. 5, 1781. 

John Worthington m. Ann Meriweather, Feb. 4, 1790. 

Nicholas Worthington m. Elizabeth Rutland, July 6, 1778. 

Nicholas Worthington m. Anne Warfield, Aug. i, 1814. 

Tho'. Worthington of Tho'. m. Eliza Baldwin, Nov. 29, 1808. 

Thomas Worthington m. Julia Sewell, Nov. 20, 1815. 

William Worthington m. Ann Wilson, Mch. i, 1785. 

John Wriggel m. Rebecca Nicholson, Apr. 27, 1786. 

Henry Wright m. Mary Lusby, Dec. 31, 1803. 

James Wright m. Anne Fowler, June 9, 1807. 

Joshua Wright m. Anne Gray, Feb. 2, 1795. 

Thomas Wyatt m. Clara Fox, Feb. 19, 1806. 

Walter Wy\^ll m. Ann Wood, May 17, 181 1. 

Walter Wy\'ell m. Margaret Murdock, Feb. 29, 1820. 

William Wyvill m. Sarah Burgess, June 17, 1777. 

Henry D. Yates m. Mahala Young, June 8, 1818. 

Vachel Yeates m. Elizabeth Harris, May 27, 1779. 

Benjamin Yieldhall m. Eleanor Druce, Nov. 9, 1782. 

Benjamin Yieldhall m. Darky Fennell, Apr. 17, 1787. 

Benjamin Yieldhall m. Susan M'Gill, Apr. 7, 1807. 

Charles Yieldhall m. Catherine Bourdman, Dec. 11, 1783. 

John Yieldhall m. Mary Watson, Dec. 6, 1782. 

Samuel Yieldhall m. Lydia Hall, Mch. 2, 1780. 

John, Young m. Sarah Griffis, Oct. 2, 1790. 

John Young m. Mary Turnbull, Feb. 13, 1798. 

John Young m. Humulal Moss, Oct. 29, 1801. 

John Young m. Elizabeth Buckney, Oct. 18, 1804. 

John Young m. Ruth Allen, Jan. 12, 1813. 

Nehemiah Younger m. Trisly Taylor, Nov. 7, 1803. 

Peter Young m. Elizabeth Simpson, Aug. 5, 1784. 

William Young m. Jane Johnson, Aug. 10, 181 1. 

Nehemiah Younger m. Hannah Osboon, June 28, 1787. 



Charles County, Marriages 
By Rev. John Bolton* 

Osburn, Henry to Ann Tompson, June 23, 1779. 
Tompson, Baptist to Mary Lancaster, Nov. 7, 1779. 
Edelin, Francis to Sarah Tompson, Nov. 8, 1779. 
Montgomery, Thomas to Rebecca Southwell, Dec. 16, 1781. 
Langley, Joseph to Sarah Hill, Jan. 5, 1782. 
Wheatly, Bennet to Polly Morris, Jan. 17, 1782. 
Edelin, Edward to Eleanor Boarman, Feb. 12, 1782. 
Cash, John to Chloe Callicoe, Feb. 8, 1782. 
Goodrick, Joseph to Eliza. Nash, Aug. 5, 1782. 
Simpson, Joseph to Mary Ann Montgomery, Aug. 19, 1782. 
Hill, Fran. Xarerius to Lidia True, Sept. 12, 1782. 
Osburn, Walter to Mary Miles, Oct. 8, 1782. 
Hagan, Raphael to Rebecca Deviel, Oct. 9, 1782. 

By Rev. John C. Brockenborough, Rector of William 
AND Mary Parish 

Shaw, Samuel to Mary Parish, June 4, 1799. 

Lipscombe, Spotswood to Eliza. Smith Pendleton, July 7, 1799. 

Smoot, Horatio to Heathy Smoot, July 7, 1799. 

Aderton, Joseph to Ann Latimer, Aug. i, 1799. 

Reeves, Thos. C. to Rebecca Ratcliffe, Aug. 8, 1799. 

Gardiner, John Chunn to Esther Cawood, Oct. i, 1799, (in St. Mary's Co.) 

Simpson, George to Margaret Bateman, Dec. 24, 1799. 

Smith, Samuel to Mary Dutton, Jan. i, 1800. 

Wiseman, Robert to Eliza. Philips, Jan. 14, 1800. 

Shaw, Edward to Cloe Posey, Apr. 15, 1800. 

Easley, Kemble to Ann RatcHffe, July 25, 1800. 

Bateman, Richard to Margt. Wakefield, Dec. 23, 1800. 

Tompkins, W"". to Mary Farr, Dec. 26, 1800. 

* From Maryland Marriages, p. 184; Md. Hist. Soc, courtesy of Mr. Charles Fickus, Actirjg 
Librarian. 

"The counties covered by our 'Maryland Marriages, 1 777-1 804' are Allegheny, Anne Arundel, 
Baltimore, Calvert, Charles, Frederick, Harford, Montgomery, Prince George's, St. Mary's, 
Talbot and Washington. As there are only a page or two for some counties I doubt that they are 
complete." Charles Fickus, Acting Librarian, July 27, 1927. 



MARRIAGES 489 

Govrick, Elijah to Eliza. Bateman, Jan. 6, 1801. 
Chunn, Charles to Jane T. Bowen, Apr. 28, 1801. 
Farr, John B. to Jane Cawood, Aug. 9, 1801. 
Hemrican, Matthew to Eliza. Penn, Oct. 15, 1801. 

Charles Co., Md., Marriages, By Rev. Henry Kendall 
(Prot. Episcopal) 

King, John to Susa. Lynch (of St. Paul's Parish P. G's Co.), Nov. 1777. 
Rowe, John to Mary Ward (King George's Parish), Dec. 23, 1777. 
Adams, Samuel to Sarah Nelson (Durham Parish), Dec. 28, 1777. 
Penny, Thos. to Amelia Adams (Durham Parish), Jan. 4, 1778. 
Davis, Zachariah to Sarah Wright (Durham Parish), Jan. 5, 1778. 
Nally, Nathan Barton to Sarah Taylor (Durham Parish), Jan. 6, 1778. 
Gray, Benja. to Mary Stewart (Durham Parish), Feb. 15, 1778. 
Stewart, James to Cath. Milstead (Durham Parish), Mch. 15, 1778. 
Grant, John to Eliza. Greenfield Tyler (King George's Parish, Prince 

George's Co.), Mch. 16, 1778. 
Lomax Zeth to Eleanor Gray (Durham Parish), Mch. 29, 1778. 
Ryson, Lancelot to Clare Cash (both of Staflford Co., Va.), Mch. 26, 1778. 
Woodward, Samuel to Ann Posey (Durham Parish), Apr. 3, 1778. 
Beal, Francis to Penelope Ford (Port Tobacco Parish), Apr. 12, 1778. 

Jacobs, to Ann Grahame, Apr. 30, 1778. 

Wells, Samuel to Martha Oliver (P. G. Co.), Aug. 13, 1778. 
Ward, W"°. to Verlinda Harrison (Durham Parish), July 27, 1777. 
Fields, W"". to Clare Poor (Durham Parish), Aug. 11, 1777. 
Waters, John to EHza Carter (Durham Parish), Sept. 20, 1777. 
MConchie, W"". to Eliza Muncaster (Durham Parish), Sept. 25, 1777. 
Walker, Richard to Mary Gilpen (P. G. Co.), Aug. 25, 1778. 
Moore, John Smith to Margt. Musgrove (P. G. Co.), Sept. 20, 1778. 
Cox, John to Margt. Howard (P. G. Co.), Sept. 2, 1778. 
Lanyhill, Leonard to Ann Anly (Calvert Co.), Oct. 30, 1778. 
Naylor, Batson to Eleanor Austin (P. G. Co.), Nov. 8, 1778. 
Gabard, John to Margt. Lucas, Mch., 1778. 

Charles County Marriages By Rev. Walter H. Harrison 

Wheeler, Benedict to Cath. Travers, Dec. 23, 1779. 
Watkins, Thomas to Lucy Belt, Dec. 26, 1779. 
Rye, Warren to Sarah Smith, Jan. 23, 1780. 
Posey, Uriah to Catharine Skinner, Jan. — , 1780 
Deacons, Ambrose to Ann Chatham, Jan. 26, 1780. 
HaisHp, John to Easter Nelson, Jan. 27, 1780. 



490 MARYLAND RECORDS— CHARLES COUNTY 

Grows, John to Christiana Jenkins, Jan. 30, 1780. 
Murdock, James to Phebe Delosien, ■ — — , 1780. 
Manning, Joseph to Eliza. Dunnington, Mch. 15, 1780. 
Nelson, John to Eliza. Burgess, Apr. 9, 1780. 
Turner, Walter to Eliza. Blancet, Apr. 23, 1780. 
Simmons, Joseph to Mary Deacons, May 15, 1780. 
Braund, Joseph to Emily Maddox, May 23, 1780. 
Chapman, John to Sarah Jonke, June i, 1780. 
Elgin, WiUiam to Ann Anderson, June 18, 1780. 
Maddox, Samuel to Anne Warde, July 9, 1780. 
Cookssy, Hezekiah to Eliza Grey, July 13, 1780. 

Thatcher, Ignatius to Saporly, July 16, 1780. 

Fitzgerald, John to Ann Green, Aug. 24, 1780. 
Lawler, W"°. to Mary Sacke, Aug. 31, 1780. 
Milstead, Thomas to EHza. Ratcliffe, Sept. 16, 1780. 
Griffin, Rosse to Sarah RatcHffe, Sept. 21, 1780. 
Dunnington, Hezekiah to Aa. Magriger, Oct. 9, 1780. 
Smith, John to Rebecca Jewel, Nov. 13, 1780. 
Bartly, William to Ann Smoot, Nov. 19, 1780. 

Charles Co. Marriages By Rev. Ignatius Matthews 
(Roman Catholic) 

Reeder, John to Chloe Green, Oct. 22, 1779. 
Dixon, Jacob to Mary Lancaster, 1 781-2. 
Higdon, Ignatius to Eliza. Taylor, 178 1-2. 
Cooms, Richard to Clare Green, 1781-2. 
Ally, Shadrack to Eliza. Gates, 1 781-2. 

Charles County, By Rev. John M<^Pherson of Piccawaxon, 
OR William and Mary Parish 

King, Robert to Judith Wood, June 13, 1777. 

Syme, Nicholas to Eliza. Johnson, July 25, 1777. 

Reeves, Thomas to Mary Scroggan Oakley, Sept. 28, 1777. 

Scroggan, John to Ann Mastin, Oct. 29, 1777. 

Smith, James to Winnie Rogers, Dec. 23, 1777. 

Mastin, Francis to Charity Cooksey, Jan. 10, 1778. 

Duley, Thomas to Eliza. Bateman, Feb. 6, 1778. 

Rock, William to Charity Adams, Feb. 23, 1778. 

Collins, John to EHza. Scroggan, May 10, 1778. 

Pollock, Thomas to Susanna Curd, May 19, 1778. 

Ashton, Henry Elexr. to Mary Dent, May 25, 1778. 



MARRIAGES 491 

Edwards, John to Mary Turner, June 4, 1778. 

Oakly, John Scroggan to Mary Ann Mahoney, June 5, 1778. 

Cleyburn, W". Dandridge to Ann Dandridge, June 21, 1778. 

Griffy, Benja. to Susanna Modisit, Aug. 26, 1778. 

Hungerford, Thos. to Violetta Gwinn, Nov. 17, 1778. 

Farr, John to Mary Watts, Nov. 25, 1778. 

Tyler, William to Mariamore Trueman Stoddrt, Jan. 10, 1779. 

Robison, Willm. to Mary Sims, Apr. 8, 1779. 

Smoot, John to Anny Ford, Apr. 8, 1779. 

Nelson, Willm. to Sally Smallwood, Apr. 13, 1779. 

Carrol, John to Eliza. Hamilton, May 9, 1779. 

Wilder, John Brown to Mary Ann Smoot, May 27, 1779. 

Jenkins, Philip to Eliza. Hungerford, June 8, 1779. 

Maddox, John to Sarah Fernandis, June 20, 1779. 

Higgs, Jonathan to Eliza. Ford, June 20, 1779. 

Penn, John to Eleanor Dutton, July 20, 1779. 

Nettle, Thomas Dutton to Muriel Dutton, July 20, 1779. 

Shaw, Dr. Louis Dene to Jenny Clements, Sept. 16, 1779. 

Baillie, Andrew to Mary Leftrich, Oct. I, 1779. 

Boswel, Walter to Eleanor Smallwood, Oct. 14, 1779. 

Smoot, Isaac to Mary Lock, Oct. 28, 1779. 

Halkerstone, John to Eliza. Hanson, Nov. 4, 1779. 

Lamond, John Christerson to Eliza. Hall, Nov. 18, 1779. 

Franklin, John to Virlinda Cox, Dec. 8, 1779. 

Gwinn, John to Jean Ludwell Bruce, Dec. 22, 1779. 

Washington, Thornton to Milly Berry (of Va.), Dec. 26, 1779. 

Hodgson, George to Nancy Jenkins, Dec. 30, 1779. 

Mason, Lot to Sally HaseHp, Jan. 12, 1780. 

May, Richard to Mary Pitman, Jan. 24, 1780 

Mahony, Clement to Sarah Ann Oakley, July 17, 1780. 

Clark, Ignatius to Ann Hilton (from St. Mary's), July 6, 1780. 

Pasco, William to Ann Flaxion, Oct. 14, 1780. 

Linkins, Henry to Chlaeh Alin, Oct. 28, 1780. 

Roberts, John to Susannah Mason, Nov. 11, 1780. 

Guy, Joseph to Sarah Smith, Dec. 13, 1780. 

Robertson, Mitchel to Rose Mastin, Dec. 24, 1780. 

Albritton, Charles to Cath. Burridge, Jan. 4, 1781. 

Truson, Robert to Esther Ray, Jan. 6, 1781. 

Marshall, William to Eliza. Hanson, Jan. 22, 1781. 

Howard, Benja. to Mary Ann Buckley, Jan. 30, 1781. 

Linkin, Abraham to Eleanor Borden, Jan. 30, 1781. 

Ware, Francis, Jnr. to Ann Pickerell, Jan. 31, 1781. 



492 MARYLAND RECORDS— CHARLES COUNTY 

Gambia, Richard to Sarah Gardner, Apr. 4, 1 78 1 . 
Sims, James to Sarah Key, June 9, 1781. 

Dent, to Mary Ann Hancock, Dec. 18, 1781. 

Smoot, Josiah to Ann Douglass, Dec. 22, 1781. 
Smoot, Henry to Eliza. Warren, Dec. 23, 1781. 
Hanson, Walter to Sarah Hatch Maddox, Dec. 25, 1781. 
Rigg, Charles to Eliza. Andrews, Dec. 28, 1781. 
Burridge, Thos. to Joanna Chapman, Jan. 18, 1782. 
Price, James to Eliza. St. George, Jan. 31, 1782. 

Ghant, George to Eliza (Calvert Co.), Jan. 31, 1782. 

Scott, John to Agnis Hadden, Feb. 5, 1782. 
Minitree, Paul to Eleanor Smoot, Apr. 6, 1782. 
Howard, Baker to Ann Philips, Apr. 6, 1782. 
Forbes, John to Eliza. Marshall, Apr. 21, 1782. 
Gray, Wilson to Eliza. Limms QSimms?], Apr. 26, 1782. 
Brady, Thomas Gerard to Susanna Brown, May II, 1782. 
Scott, Thomas to Alice Philpot, July 9, 1782. 
Stark, Richard to Eliza. Gatewood, Aug. 23, 1782. 
Compton, Alex, to Mary Joy, Oct. 4, 1782. 
Bateman, Izreel to Sarah Simkson, Nov. 18, 1782. 
King, Townley to Rebeckah King, Dec. 16, 1782. 
Wakefield, Abel to Margt. Jenkins, Dec. 30, 1782. 
Allen, Bartholomew to Frances Ramsey, Jan. 20, 1783. 
Massey, Robert to Sarah Warren, May 3, 1783. 
Poslyn, William to Sarah Hammel, Aug. 27, 1783. 
BiUingsley, John to Charity Ford, Oct. 28, 1783. 
Douglas, Benjn. to Sarah Marshall, Oct. 27, 1783. 
Hawkins, Smith to Eleanor Laidles, Nov. 5, 1783. 
Marshall, Thomas to Sarah Maddox, Dec. 6, 1783. 
Bateman, Richd. to Mary Ann Hatton, Dec. 22, 1783. 
Bunbery, John to Mary Baltrop, Apr. 30, 1784. 
Smith, James to Constania Ford, May i, 1784. 
Lawless, Benja. to EHza. Samuel, June 28, 1784. 
Winter, Charles Bruce to Eliza. Mason, June 26, 1784. 
Brook, Mathew to Ann Pearson, Dec. 28, 1784 

Charles County, By Rev. Benja. Rolls 

Boone, Alesus to Mary Smith, Jan. 8, 1779. 
Semmes, Thomas to Mary An Brawney, Feb. 1779. 
Scott, Aquila to Henrietta Semmes, Apr. 14, 1779. 
Mudd, Ezekiel to EHza. Edelen, May 12, 1779. 
Lancaster, John Jnr. to Aloysia Jerningham, July 31, 1779. 



MARRIAGES 493 

Charles County, By Rev. Henry Pile (Roman Catholic) 

"Oliuer", William to Nancy Blackstock (License granted Feb. 16, 1785). 

Edelin, George to Sarah Edelin (License granted May 14, 1785). 

Riney, James to Anne Semes, Dec. 27, 1785. 

Haydon, Clement to Fawney Wakefield, Jan. 13, 1786. 

Fenwick, James to Henrietta Mary Lancaster, Feb. 14, 1786. 

Brent, W". Chandler to Eleanor Neale, May 24, 1786. 

Hamersley, Henry to Olivia Jerningham, Oct. i, 1786. 

Simpson, Charles to Sarah Bentels, Nov. 19, 1786. 

Hamilton, Edward to Mary Anne Boarman, Nov. 20, 1786. 

Reeder, Benjn. to Eleanor Slaughton, Dec. 23, 1786. 

Wathen, Martin to Eliza. Anderson, May 23, 1787. 

Edelen, Oswald to Mary Thompson Bond, Oct. 25, 1787. 

Queen, Joseph to Eddie "Jermingham," Dec. 2, 1787. 

Mattingley, Raphael to Winefred Higdon, Dec. 29, 1788. 

Middleton, James to Nancy Corry, Apr. 23, 1789. 

Burtles, Willm. to Sarah Wathen, June 28, 1789. 

Simpson, Thos. to Judith Wathen, Nov. 12, 1789. 

Luckett, Benj. to Eliza Semmes, Jan. 10, 1790. 

Berien, Walter to Charity Simpson, Jan. 12, 1790. 

Wathen, John B. to Rebecca Semmes, June i, 1791. 

Duggin, Robert to Teresa Brady, July 10, 1791. 

Semmes, Mark to Catherine Simpson, Aug. 9, 1791. 

Hayden, James to Anne Robertson, Sept. 4, 1791. 

Dixon, Samuel to Eleanor Scott, Jan. 10, 1792. 

Shettleworth, Allen to Anne Witherington, Feb. 9, 1792. 

Witherington, James to Mary Miles, Feb. 20, 1792. 

Long, Josias to Ann Friend, Jan. 13, 1793. 

Charles County, By Rev. Thomas Thornton 

M^Daniel, Thomas to Ann Chattann, June 14, 1777. 
Smithson, W"". Eaton to Rhoda Robey, Sept. I, 1777. 
Gill, Thomas to Sarah Jones, Sept. 3, 1777. 
Smith, John to Eliza. RawHngs, Sept. 3, 1777. 
Shively, Bernard to Eleanor Longford, Sept. 22, 1777. 
Vermilion, Benja. to Tabatha Burch, Oct. 14, 1777. 
Talburt, John to Ann Davis, Oct. 19, 1777. 
Carney, Daniel to Alice Lovelace, Nov. i, 1777. 
Hatton, Joseph to Martha Jones, Nov. 5, 1777. 



494 MARYLAND RECORDS— CHARLES COUNTY 

Charles County, By Rev. Francis Walker, of W". & Mary Parish 

Philpot, Benja. to Eliza Smoot, Aug. 3, 1786. 

Minitree, Paul to Nancy Dorset, Aug. i 1786. 

Bateman, John to Ann Oakley, Sept. 13, 1786. 

Warren, John to Eliza. Shaw, Sept. 20, 1786. 

Billingsley, Clement to Eleanor Warren, Nov. 21, 1786. 

Duncan, James to Sarah Leach, Apr. 4, 1787. 

Martin, John to Lydia Hickman, May 24, 1787. 

Marshall, Robert to Joanna Douglass, May 26, 1787. 

Nicholas, John to Sally Raines, June 4, 1787. 

Tomkins, John to Nancy Norwood, Sept. 27, 1787. 

Fisher, John to Eleanor Robertson, Nov. 24, 1787. 

Jenkins, WiUiam to Eliza. Simpson, Dec. 23, 1787. 

Smith, John to Ann King, Dec. 23, 1787. 

Shaw, John to Sarah Vincent, Jan. 3, 1788. 

Vincent, Thomas to EHza. Wilder, Jan. 6, 1788. 

Saider, John to Cath. Ann Penn, Jan. 8, 1788. 

King, Rt. Rev. Reuben to Mary Ann Vincent, Feb. 3, 1788. 

Posey, Thomas to Mary Dutton, Mch. 25, 1788. 

Con tee, Benja. to Sarah Rt. Lee, Mch. 30, 1788. 

Weems, John to AHce Lee, Apr. 8, 1788. 

Maddox, John to Martha Harris, Apr. 22, 1788. 

Jordon, Saml. to EHza. Thompson, July 31, 1788. 

Bateman, Levin to Ann Simpson, Oct. 28, 1788. 

Charles County, By Rev. George H. Worsley, Rector of Port 
Tobacco Parish* 

Bennett, Patrick and Mary Squire, Nov. 3, 1780. 

Cromwell, Joseph and Kezia Stansbury, Dec. Ii, 1780. 

Cochran, George and Eleanor Shaw, Dec. 21, 1780. 

Hicks, Abraham and Sarah Gorsuch, May 13, 1781. 

Gallaway, Thomas and Cath. Dallis, Feb. 25, 1780. 

MComas, Edward D. and Sarah Selby of Harford Co., Nov. 14, 1780. 

Dick, David and Mary Wilson, Nov. 14, 1780. 

James, Thomas and Mary Eager, Nov. 15, 1780. 

Nelson, David and Rachel Baker, Nov. 16, 1780. 

Jury, Richard and Nancy Stallion, Nov. 23, 1780. 

Baker, Isaac and Ann Stewart, Nov. 23, 1780. 

Brown, James and Hannah Hitchcock, Dec. 5, 1780. 

Osborne, William and Nancy Lytle, Dec. 19, 1780. 

*Page 192. 



MARRIAGES 495 

Weight, John and Cath. Colman, Jan. 4, 1781. 

Stricklin, John and EHza. Simpson, Jan. 8, 1781. 

Allen, James and Sarah Williams, Jan. 9, 1781. 

White, Granfton and Margt. Denny, Jan. 10, 1781. 

Brown, George and Rebecca Denny, Jan. II, 1781. 

Groves, William and Jane Euston, Jan. 14, 1781. 

Dockarty, Samuel and Han. Caley, Jan. 23, 1781. 

Dawes, Mordecia and Elizabeth Goddard, Feb. 5, 1781. 

Anderson, James and Catherine M^Comas, Widow, Feb. 15, 1781. 

Chaney, John and Elizabeth Garretson, Feb. 27, 1 781. 

Sampson, Richard and Hannah Amoss, Widow, Mch. 7, 1781. 

Hutchins, WiUiam and Eleanor Miles, Widow, Mch. 11, 1781. 

Monk, William and Bathia Hairs, Mch. 18, 1781. 

Murphy, Henry and Elizabeth Norris, Apr. 3, 1781. 

York, Edward and Letty Doughty, Apr. 5, 1781. 

Smith, Bazil and Ann Cunningham, May 3, 1781. 

Forward, Jacob and Martha Warren, May 22, 1781. 

Harris, Josias and Catharine Marton, Sept. 2, 1781. 

Lomax, John and Chloe Posey, Sept. 23, 1781. 

Ford, John and Winifred Athey, Oct. 2, 1781. 

Orme, Moses and Elizabeth Davis, Oct. 23, 1781. 

Harrison, Rev. W. H. and Mary Stoddart, Nanjony Parish, Nov. 16, 1781. 

Moreland, Isaac and EHzabeth Stephens, Nov. 20, 1781. 

Logan, John N. and Sarah Wedding, Nov. 22, 1781. 

Harbin, Thomas and Lucy Roby, Dec. 6, 1781. 

Bryan, Benjamin and Frances Massey, Dec. 16, 1781. 

Kidwell, Matt, and Pris. Moore, Dec. 25, 1781. 

King, William and Ann Ware, Dec. 30, 1 781. 

Roby, Aquila and Mary Cole, Jan. 8, 1782. 

Carrington Saml. and Milly McDonald, Jan. 8, 1782. 

Kellow, Thomas and Ann Roswell, Jan. 13, 1782. 

Philhers, Joseph and Chloe Griffin, Jan. 24, 1782. 

German, John and Ann Cole, Feb. 7, 1782 

Tucker, John and Jane Weedon, Feb. 10, 1782. 

Cox, William and Selina Lindsey, Feb. 12, 1782. 

Martin, H. A. and EHzabeth Boswell, Feb. 12, 1782. 

Speak, William and Molly Hanlope, Feb. 16, 1782. 

Wilkinson, Joseph and Milly MCasley, Mch. 30, 1782. 

Boswell, Elijah and Ann Carrington, Apr. 11, 1782. 

Simpson, Thos. and S. M. Kidwell, May 23, 1782. 

Cawood, W"". and Martha Beale, June 6, 1782. 

Tuedman, Allen and Sabina Fendall, June 8, 1782. 



496 MARYLAND RECORDS— CHARLES COUNTY 

Welch, Edward and Dorothy Clements, June ii, 1782. 

M"Pherson, John and EHzabeth Readen, June 25, 1782. 

Fleury, William and Esther Maddox, July 2, 1782. 

Richardson, W". and Jane Bramhall, July 16, 1782. 

M"^Pherson, W"". and Mary Smoot, July 16, 1782. 

Worry, Samuel and Elizabeth Underwood, Aug. 25, 1782. 

Clements, Walter and Nancy Garrett, Aug. 28, 1782. 

Chandler, John and Cath. Posey, Sept. 5, 1782. 

Long, Jonathan and Eleoner Going, Nov. 10, 1782. 

Russell, Henry and Chole Smallwood, Nov. 10, 1782. 

Smallwood, Bayne and Chole M'^Catee, Dec. 3, 1782. 

M-^Donald, Jonathan and Violetta Wedding, Dec. 15, 1782. 

Maddox, Benjamin and Bennedicta Fernandis, Dec. 21, 1782. 

Carter, George and Gizzel Brawner, Dec. 23, 1782. 

Gates, James and Lydia Padgett Jan. i, 1783. 

Lurly, John and Hephsehe Harris, Jan. 2, 1783. 

Roby, Zachariah and EHzabeth Pickrell, Jan. 16, 1783. 

Simmons, Aaron and Sarah Thompson, Feb. 2, 1783. 

Glasgow, William to Eleanor Morland, Feb. 10, 1783. 

Lock, Thomas to Catherine Estep, Feb. 16, 1783. 

Roland, Geo. to Marta Slater, Feb. 25, 1783. 

Berry, John to Elizabeth Willett, Mch. 2, 1783. 

Vermillion, Uriah to Susannah Barker, Mch. 16, 1783. 

Menace, Robert to Eleanor Young, April 11, 1783. 

Henson, Walter to Elizabeth Henson, April 20, 1783. 

Fisher, Martin to Mary Daily, April 20, 1783. 

Gody, Matthew to Mary Mahony, April 29, 1783. 

Magruder, Nathaniel to Mary Billingsley, May 4, 1783. 

M'=Pherson, John to Elizabeth Thompson, May 12, 1783. 

Berry, Ryon to Ann Owen, June 12, 1783. 

Wood, John to Ann Welch, June 20, 1783. 

White, John to Eleoner Long, June 27, 1783. 

Von, John to Agatha Edington, July 17, 1783. 

Miller, Christopher to Wismey M<^Intosh, July 26, 1783. 

Wheeler, Ignatius to Ann Morris, Aug. 19, 1783. 

Gardner, Hezekiah to Mary H. M-^Pherson, Sept. 18, 1783. 

Dyson, Bennet to VerHnda Chunn (St. Mary's Co.), Oct. 8, 1783. 

Southean, Richd. to Catherine Southean, Oct. 15, 1783. 

Gray, Zachariah to Susannah Parker, July 22, 1777 (of Charles Co. — m. 

in Montgomery Co.) 
Downs, Wilson to Mary Roland, Dec. 27, 1779 (both of Charles Co. — m. 

in P. G's Co.) 



MARRIAGES 497 

Thomas, Hezekiah to Jane White June 27, 1780 (Charles Co. — m. in P. 

G's Co.) 
Carpenter, John to Frances Perry, Jan. 28, 1779 (Chas. Co. — m. in P. G's 

Co.) 
Risen, Chandley to Mary Hamilton, May 14, 1779 (Chas. Co. — m. in P. 

G's Co.) 
Gamer, W". to Mary Ann Fimses, Nov. 14, 1779 (Chas. Co. — m. in P. G's 

Co.) 
Suit, Walter to Susanna Davis, Aug. 26, 1777 (Chas. Co. — m. in St. 

Mary's Co.) 
Boone, Alexius to Mar>' Smith, Jan. 8, 1777.* 
Summers, Thomas to Mary Ann Brawney, Feb. 8, 1779. 
Scott, Aquilla to Henrietta Semmes, Apr. 17, 1779. 
Mudd, Ezekiel to Elizabeth Edelen, May 12, 1779. 
Lancaster, John, Jr. to Aloysia Jemingham, July 31, 1779. 



Frederick County Marriages (52 persons)! 

By Rev. John Chalmers, Jr. 

Bennet, Willm. and Mary Scholes, — , 1792. 
Bennett, Nathan and Deborah Holland, JNIch. 14, 1795. 
Birkitt, Joshua and Eliza Nelson, — , 1792. 
Perry, James and Sarah \\^arfiel, — , — , 1792. 

By Rev. Jonathan Forrest (Meth.-Episco. Mch. 3, 1791-1802) 

Howard, Thomas and Ann Hughs, Apr. 26, 1791. 

Leaven, Hays and Millie Forrest, — , — , 1802. 

Liday, Henry and Delila Hays, — , — , 1802. 

Miller, John and Mary Vanferson, June 19, 1791. 

Prather, John Garrot and Mary Ann Sargant, Mch. 3, 1791. 

Stoner, Daniel and Mary Deaghee, Feb. 9, 1792. 

Teal, Jacob and Elizabeth Lineger (Washington Co.), June 30, 1791. 

By Rev. Lenox Martin 

Harris, Jesse and Darky Norris, June 28th, 1801. 

* Page 245. 

t "Maryland Marriages," pp. 195, 196, 1777-1804, Md. Hist. Soc, Courtesy of Mr. Charles 
Fickus. 
33 



498 MARYLAND RECORDS— FREDERICK, MD. 

By Rev. Burgess Nelson, i 801-1803 

Baker, Enoch and Molly Carr, May 5, 1803. 
Barnes, John and Rachel Walker, Feb. 27, 1802. 
Baxton, John and Lydia Dell, Oct. 6, 1802. 
Bennet, Lloyd and Rebecca Evins, Oct. 26, 1803. 
Buckenham, John and Rachel Frizzle, Mch. 31, 1803. 
Cook, John and Anna Syedes, Aug. 28, 1803. 
Dudderas, Benjn. and Rebecca Houlton, Dec. 24, 1801. 
Dukes, Jesse and Polly Isenberg, Feb. 25, 1802. 
England, Joseph and Mary Lippler, Nov. 3, 1802. 
Jarvis, Meade and Nancy Stocksdale, Apr. 7, 1803. 
Jinkens, Thomas and Rachel Wilson, Dec. 25, 1802. 
Paulson, John and Susanna Knight, Jan. 3, 1802. 
Pearce, Joshua and Mary Bisset, Jan. 3, 1802. 
Shipley, Willm. and Rachel Arnold, Feb. 10, 1803. 
Williams, Jacob and Margaret England, Sept. 29, 1802. 



Evangelical Reformed Church, Frederick, Md. 

By Rev. John Conrad Steiner; Rev. Charles Reighlee, Dec. 29, 1763 to 

; Rev. John H. Smaltz, Oct. 4, 1829 to 1831 (?).* 

Abbott, George and Clementine Burrucker, Feb. 3, 1862. 
Able, John and Magdahne Decloe, Jan. 5, 1780. 
Abell, John and Sarah Thomas, Oct. 23, 1790. 
Abricks, Hermans and Jane Liggat, Jany. i, 1791. 
Acker, George B. and Serena A. Sampson, May 10, 1847. 
Adam, John and Margaret Weiss, Feb. 15, 1761. 
Adams, Antereus and Cath. Delater, Sept. 26, 1764. 
Adams, Henry and Duana McCahan, Aug. 2, 1843. 
Adams, James and Lyda Meredith, Apr. 15, 1793. 
Adams, Joseph and Biddy Curran, Jan. 19, 1791. 
Addison, Frederick and Catherine Ann Fraley, Mch. 2, 1859. 
Addlesberger, Francis and Catherine Taney, Aug. 31, 18 19. 
Adelsperger, George and Susanna Eckes, Dec. 22, 1823. 
Addlesperger, Josuha and Elizabeth Koons, Feb. 6, 1810. 
Adkin, Charles and Rachel Makeby, Nov. 1758. 
Adlum, John and Margaret Adium, Dec. 13, 1805. 

* Copied by Abby Gertrude McCardell from the Index of Marriages. Published through 
courtesy of the Librarian General, National Society Daughters of the American Revolution. 



MARRIAGES 499 

Adium, Jr. John and Mary Cooley, June 7, 1806. 
Ahalt, Henry and Modelena Beigler, Feb. 22, 1805. 
Aider, George and Susannah Albaugh, Sept. 18, 1802. 
Alaine, George and Mary M. Klein, Mch. 18, 1818. 
Albach, Christian and Cath. Reiner, Aug. 5, 1804. 
Albach, David and Sarah Mayer, Mch. 26, 1809. 
Albach, Moritz and Cath. Bohmer, June 27, 1786. 
Albach, William and Mary Weaver, Mch. 24, 1803. 
Albach, William and Susan Rothrock, Mch. 24, 1804. 
Albaugh, Edward and Lucy R. Unkefer, Dec. 20, 1862. 
Albaugh, Elias V. and Mary E. Fogler, Jan. 12, 1850. 
Albaugh, George and Catherine Springer, June 20, 1798. 
Albaugh, Issac and Margaret Groshon, Dec. 22, 1813. 
Albaugh, Issac and Catherine S. Weller, Mch. 4, 1851. 
Albaugh, John and Mary Smith, Jan. 26, 1793. 
Albright, Henry and Ann Margaret Swawin, Jan. 8, 1781. 
Alder, George W. and Hannah A. Myers, Dec. 17, 1864. 
Alder, John and Sarah Anst, Nov. 27, 1783. 
Alderdice, Hugh and Catherine Myers, Dec. 2, 1811. 
Aldridge, Evan J. and Mary E. Eury, Oct. 13, 1864. 
Aldridge, George W. and Ara Gilbert, Dec. 25, 1837. 
Aldridge, John and Mary Lakin, Nov. 14, 1783. 
Alexander and Beckenbach, June 17, 1804. 
Alexander, Ephraim and Nancy Kohlenburg, Apr. 18, 1828. 
Alexander, Franklin and Lydia Elizabeth Smith. 
Alexander, Fred, and Mary Frazier, Feb. 27, 1837. 
Alexander, George W. and Henrietta C. Young, Oct. 17, 1857. 
Alexander, Henry and Catherine Ropp, Jan. 3, 1814. 
Alexander, Henry and Serena Harrison, Feb. 21, 1854. 
Alexander, Joseph and Mary Hargishimer, June 16, 1812. 
Alexander, Joseph and Marg. Hargishinier, June 20, 1812. 
Alexander, Valentine and Elizah. Dailin, Feb. 23, 1762. 
Alfort, John and Margaret Ashman, Aug. 19, 1780. 
Alldridge, John and Harriet Beall, Mch. 10, 1806. 
Alias, Elias John and Sophia Dadisman, Mch. 27, 1826. 
Allen, George and Lov-ice Roop, Oct. 19, 1822. 
Allen, Issac H. and Evelina Titlow, Jan. 13, 1840. 
Allen, James and Martha Philpott, Sept. 15, 1802. 
AlHson, George and Christena Zimmerman, June 15, 1797. 
AHson, George and Christina Zimmerman, Dec. 3, 1798. 
Allisson, Henry and Elizab. Linton, June 22, 1796. 
AUder, John and Polly Goodley, Nov. 18, 1803. 



500 MARYLAND RECORDS— FREDERICK, MD. 

Althoff, Henry and Kitty Diffendal, July 24, 1813. 

Altried, Geo. M. and Mary Marg. Messmor, (in Va.), May 24, 1768. 

Altwein, Charles and Eliz. Schroeder, Aug. 24, 1803. 

Aman, George and Harriet J. Wilhide, Sept. 20, 1842. 

Ambers, George W. and Mary Dowell, Sept. 18, 1843. 

Ambrose, George and Rebecca Row, Dec. 2, 1828. 

Ambrose, George and Sarah Flook, Apr. 3, 1849. 

Ambrose, George H. and Matilda Marker, May 16, 1849. 

Ambrose, George W. and Mary Ann Ramsburg, Apl. 5, 1853. 

Ambrose, Henry W. and Sabina Peacher, Oct. 6, 1848. 

Ambrose, John and Catherine Lynn, Aug. i, 1794. 

Ambrosius, Christopher and Cath. Getzendanner, Oct. 9, 1787. 

Amelong, Frederick M. and Louisa Sophia Fumival. 

Ancrum, Jacob and Elizabeth Clark, Mch. 20, 1779. 

Anders, George and Ann Clise, Sept. 23, 1837. 

Anders, George J. and Lucretia Hilton, Mch. 18, 1856. 

Anders, Henry and Elizabeth Vaughn, May 14, 1817. 

Anderson, Dr. Edward H. and Catherine Precilla Morris, July 23, 1810. 

Anderson, Evan T. and Mary Ellen Norwood, Dec. 14, 1854. 

Anderson, Francis and Susanna Jones, Dec. 18, 1809. 

Anderson, Francis and Robina Martin, Apr. 26, 1822. 

Anderson, George and Elizabeth Saltkill, Dec. 27, 1814. 

Anderson, George H. and CaroHne V. Moore, May 7, 1857. 

Anderson, George W. and Sarah F. Mount, Oct. 18, 1846. 

Anderson, Hugh and Mary Boyd, Jan. 13, 1802. 

Anderson, John and Catherine Loney, June 12, 1779. 

Anderson, John and Elizabeth Ship, Apr. 10, 1794. 

Anderson, Jonathan ]\L and Ann Eater, Nov. 26, 1810. 

Anderson, Robert and Mary Brashears, Mch. 15, 1796. 

Andros, Thomas, and Delilah Fisher, Jan. 21, 1800. 

Angel, Issac and Catherine Devilbiss, Dec. 12, 1814. 

Angleberger, George and Margaret Devilbiss, Aug. 23, 1809. 

Angleberger, George David and Elizabeth Wachter, Oct. 20, 1854. 

Annan, Issac S. and JuHa Landers, Feb. 17, 1864. 

Ansherman, David and Amanda L. Remsburg, Mar. 21, 1863. 

Antes, Adam and Christina Schmit, Jan. 8, 1793. 

Anvard, Thomas L. and Martha Ann Rose, Sept. 13, 1831. 

Apolo, Benj. M. and Mary Usher, June 19, 1800. 

Applebee, Joseph and Elizabeth Tobery, Mch. 28, 1807. 

Appier, Issac and Jude Winter, Mch. 27, 1827. 

Armstrong, Jacob, Sept. 3, 1812. 

Armstrong, Joseph and Jane Alexander Dec. 19, 1799. 



MARRIAGES 501 

Arndperger, John and Mary Smith, Sept. 14, 1801. 

Amhold, Frederick and Martha Schauer, June il, 1764. 

Arnold, Daniel and Mary Ann Wener, Nov. 8, 1855. 

Arnold, Ephriam and Eleanor Ensey, Sept. 27, 1802. 

Arnold, Ezra and Louise Boyer, Mch. 14, 1855. 

Arnold, John and Catherine Morgan, May 17, 1802. 

Arnold, Jonathan and Althea Sellman, Dec. 19, 1801. 

Arthur, Hiram and Nancy Hiney, Nov. 6, 1851. 

Arthur, John and Catherine Weaver, Nov. 21, 1806. 

Artz, Edwin and Mary Helen Dixon, Mch. 13, 1863. 

Asgur, John and Sarah Woolverton, Oct. 4, 1779. 

Ashman, Henry and EHzabeth Moyer, June 5, 1784. 

Athein, Horation and Mary Shower, June 11, 1791. 

Athein, Horatio and Mary Schaun, June 12, 1791. 

Athey, Joseph and Mariah Wheeling, Jany. 27, 1798. 

Atkins, George W. and Ann Cath. Jones, Oct. 8, 1850. 

Atwell, John and Anne Lewis, Sept. 4, 1797. 

Aubb, John and Margaret Baer, June 2, 1812. 

Auman, Andrew and Barb. Lutter, (Fred. Co.) Mch. 29, 1785. 

Ausherman, Hanson and Huldah Arnold, Aug. 2, 1843. 

Austin, Hilleary and Christmas Price, Feb. il, 1824. 

Axline, David and Ann Maria Mumaw, Dec. 27, 1849. 

Bache, George and Elizab. Koblentz, Jan. 30, 1791. 

Back, Nicholas and Magd. Gullomann, Aug. 9, 1763. 

Baechtly, Martin and Veronica Schnebel, Dec. 2, 1764. 

Baer, George and Mary Adams, Jan. 29, 1786. 

Baer, George Jr. and Cath. Haner, Apr. 13, 1788. 

Baer, John and Mary Thomas, Dec. 25, 1788. 

Baer, William and Harriet Mantz, Sept. i, 1812. 

Bager, George Saml. and Catherine Bossert, Apr. 7, 1789. 

Baily, Joseph and Susanna Hedges, Sept. 21, 1790. 

Baker, Henry and Eliz. Geringer, May i, 1786. 

Ball, Gerret and Eliz. Cecil, Jan. 11, 1787. 

Ball, Jos. and Ally Phelps, Dec. 21, 1797. 

Ball, Richard and Cath. Clary (published but not married). 

Ball, William and Elin. Arnold, Dec. 5, 1797. 

Balzell, Charles and EHzab. Fulton, June 10, 1794. 

Baltzell, Daniel and Sus. Gittinger, Nov. 24, 1799. 

Balzel, Henry and Marg. Alexander, Nov. 2, 1760. 

Balzel, Jacob and Charlotte Christ, Jan. 11, 1787. 

Balzel, Jacob and Marg. Schley, (Wid.) Nov. 30, 1766. 

Balsel, John and Elizab. Pumel, Oct. 18, 1801. 



502 MARYLAND RECORDS— FREDERICK, MD. 

Balzel, Peter and Catherine Ruesel, Feb. 23, 1762. 

Bambaugh, George and Christina Thomas, Oct. 4, 1829. 

Bambergem, John and EHzabeth Ulmann, Jan. 16, 1763. 

Banebach, John Hy. and Eliz. Brady, June 26, 1808. 

Bantz, Henry and Cath. Schmidt, Aug. 9, 1787. 

Bantz, Nimrod and Margt. M. Harding, July 27, 1830. 

Barber, Elijah and Nancy Todd, Dec. 7, 1787. 

Barber, William and Mary Dorf, Apr. 8, 1810. 

Bard, Jacob and Susan Kern, Sept. 28, 1806. 

Barker, John and Elizab. Mugg, Jan. 29, 1793. 

Bamee, Thos. and Barb. Neuschwanger, (Fred. Co.) Aug. 21, 1785. 

Barnes, Leonard and Nancy Price, Oct. 11, 1790. 

Barnet, Robert and Nancy Stor Kallings, May 30, 1786. 

Barney, John and Clarissa Perill, Dec. 22, 1801. 

Bart, Jacob and Mary Schmit, Aug. 30, 1796. 

Bartlett, James and Mary Taylor, Nov. 11, 1806. 

Barton, Absalom and Lenah Boroman, Apr. i, 1830. 

Bast, Jacob and Cath. Heckedoon, Oct. 11, 1796. 

Battenfeld, Jacob and Eliz. Emmerich, Sept. 18, 1798. 

Bauer, Conrad and Eliz. Schmidt, Nov. 14, 1797. 

Bauman, Daniel and Cath. Let, Nov. 15, 1791. 

Bauman, John lac. and Elizab. Keller (in Va.) Nov. 25, 1767. 

Bausman, Benjamin and Eliz. Baierle, Jan. 18, 1808. 

Bayer, Abraham and Eva Beringer, June 20, 1786. 

Bayer, David and Sarah Krum (Fred. Co.) Nov. 8, 1785. 

Bayer, John and Mary Bookhardt, Dec. 28, 1796. 

Bayer, Peter and Anna Mary Mossetter, May 22, 1787. 

Bayerle, William and Charlotte Mayer, Dec. 3, 1807. 

Bazell, Jacob and Anna Campbell, May 10, 1796. 

Beall, George and EHzabeth Turner, Jan. 22, 1757. 

Beall, Ninian and Christina Stoll, July 25, 1790. 

Beall, William and Isabella Ramsy, Mch. 8, 1796. 

Beall, William and Mary Winroad, Mch. 15, 1796. 

Bear, John and Cath. Hoffman, Nov. 15, 1808 

Beattie, John and Sophia Cannen, Oct. 20, 181 1. 

Becht, Jacob and Mary Schenk, May 29, 1800. 

Bechtel, George and Esther Eller, Mch. 18, 1794. 

Beckebach, Geo. and Mary Magd. Baulus, Dec. 24, 1792. 

Beckebach, Michael and Mary Barthelma, Aug. 26, 1798. 

Becker, Conrad, and Mary Jost, May 25, 1795. 

Becker, Conrad and Cath. Froshauer, May 31, 1803. 

Becker, John Fredk. and Mary Dorothy Durrman, Aug. 6, 1758. 



MARRIAGES 503 

Becker, Peter and Anna Mary Nicol, Sept. 15, 1761. 

Becker, Philip and Elizah Baecker, Apr. 5, 1762. 

Beeler, George and Elizab. Molledar, Apr. 15, 1794. 

Beer, Henry and Margaret Winter, June 28, 1768. 

Behmer, Peter and Eliz. Ehrkardt, Apr. 17, 1804. 

Beisser, John and Lydia Geber, (Gaver) Mch. 29, 1804. 

Beiser, John and Mary Schlosser, Apr. 15, 1810. 

Bell, Jacob and Elizab. Diedeman, Sept. 22, 1807. 

Bell, Peter and Magdalene Schmit, Jan. i, 1789. 

Belt, Lloyd and El. Causlet Met. Thomas, Dec. 16, 1790. 

Belty, Wm. and Mary Dorothy Crush, Mch. i, 1757. 

Beltz, Peter and Magdalen Moll, Nov. 14, 1787. 

Bennet, David and Charlotte Shultz, Sept. 16, 1815. 

Bently, Levy and Sarah Harlan, May 4, 1790. 

Bentz, Daniel and Elizabeth Shull, Nov. 21, 1833. 

Bentz, George and Elizab. Gomber, Apr. 6, 1788. 

Bentz, Jacob and Cath. Stecker, Jan. 20, 1799. 

Berck, Henry and Cath. Sadler, July 2, 1809. 

Berg, George and Marg. Krohmer, Nov. 5, 1805. 

Berg, John and Elizabeth Grumm, Oct. 17, 1762. 

Berg, Peter and Cath. Berg, Aug. 8, 1786. 

Berger, Jacob and Mary Candel, Dec. 3, 1807. 

Berutheisel, Christopher and Cath. Grof, Oct. 5, 1794. 

Bess, Jacob, and Christina Eberly, Dec. 27, 181 1. 

Bier, Philip and Eva Cath. Schley, Nov. 30, 1766. 

Bins, Simon and Sarah Wildman, Jan. 1790. 

Bishop, John and Hannah Cooper, Sept. 17, 1789. 

Bittle, Jacob, and Rachel Todd, June 24, 1791. 

Bixler, Jacob and Barb. Grevel, Nov. 29, 1795. 

Blackford, John and Elizab. Kanode, June 17, 1812. 

Blackwood, Thomas O. and Susan Martin, Mch. 26, 1831. 

Bley, John and Mary Elizth. Appl. (Apple), Nov. 20, 1757. 

Bob, John and Magdalen Heckedorn, Feb. 22, 1761. 

Bocklop, Charles and Cath. Lang, (Fred. Co.) Aug. 7, 1785. 

Bocklop, Charles and Christina Puhl (Wid.) May 22, 1787. 

Bocky, George and Christina Haas, Apr. 22, 1787. 

Bocky, John and Susan Hausser, May 8, 1810. 

Boden, Samuel and Sus. Mahn, Oct. 7, 1800. 

Boehmer, Hy. and An. M. Albach, (Fred. Co.) Aug. 2, 1785. 

Boetler, Henry and Ann Rebecca Levy, Feb. 22, 1831. 

Bohn, John and Rebecca Collins, Jan. 2, 1810. 

Bohn, Michael and Magd. Borger, Oct. 14, 1804. 



504 MARYLAND RECORDS— FREDERICK, MD. 

Bookhardt, George and Hannah Hedge, Sept. 14, 1795. 
Bookhardt, Joseph and Mary Hausey, Sept. I, 1789. 
Borer, Peter and Magd. Scheukmayer, Jan. 31, 1768. 
Bossert, David and Catherine Schuck, Feb. 21, 1786. 
Bost, Henry and Sus. Windpiegler, June 5, 1808. 
Boteler, Arthur and EHzabeth Siveringer, Sept. 12, 1797. 
Botteler, Ehas and Susanna Ebit, Jan. 26, 1806. 
Botelor, Thomas and Hannah Garrot, Sept. 3, 1 801. 
Bottenberg, Michl. and Mary Jendes, May 8, 1800. 
Bowen, John and Sarah Surly, July 31, 1806. 
Bowens, Thomas and Louisa Barnes, Dec. 15, 1793. 
BowHng, Saml. and Mary Ann Plumer, Feb. 20, 1787. 
Boyd, Edward and Mary Hoffman, Aug. 10, 1800. 
Boyd, John and Hannah Smith, Oct. 31, 1799. 
Boyle, James and Rhoda Hughes, Oct. 15, 1807. 
Bradock, John and Mary Hilton, Feb. 23, 1809. 
Bradock, William and Eliz. Hilton, Aug. 25, 1812. 
Bram, John and Cath. Clem, Sept. 18, 1805. 
Branderburg, Henry and EHz. Gebhard, Apr. 15, 1804. 
Brandenburg, Wm. and Christina Long, Sept. 17, 1806. 
Brandenburger, Jacob and Eliz. Rein, Feb. 13, 1787. 
Brandenburger, John and Phoebe Garner, Apr. 13, 1794. 
Brandenburger, Math, and Barb. Keller, Dec. 16, 1787. 
Brandt, Christian and Rosina Walter, Feb. 7, 1786. 
Braum, John and Mary Simon, June 11, 1809. 
Braun, Michael and Rosima Lantz, Mch. 26, 1786. 
Braun, Stoffel and Magdalen Maen, Sept. 9, 1761. 
Brayfield, Saml. and Jane Pancoast, Apr. 4, 1796. 
Breisz, Adam and Mary Stoll, Dec. 23, 1800. 
Breisz, John and Elizabeth Lafever, Feb. 23, 1796. 
Brenckel, John and Elizab. Ziehler, Mch. 27, 1803. 
Breugle, Alfred F. and Louisa Breugle, May 16, 1832. 
Brengel, Jacob and Gertrude Bell, June 30, 1761. 
Brengel, Lohrentz and Cath. Scheffy, June 22, 1787. 
Brengel, Peter and Cath. Manns, May i, 1803. 
Brightwell, John and Mary Dodson (Fred. Co.) Jan. 4, 1785. 
Brightwell, Richard and Betty Howard, Dec. 6, 1787. 
Briggs, Robert and Priscilla Jefferson, Dec. 25, 1788. 
Briscoe, Ralph and Sarah Delashmutt, Mch. 8, 1792. 
Brookover, Thos. and Mary Thomas, Mch. 9, 1786. 
Brown, Fielder and Hannah Heague, Nov. 5, 1801. 
Brown, John and Sarah Edwards, July 23, 1804. 



MARRIAGES 505 

Browning, Zadock and Mary Browning, Dec. 25, 1793. 

Brubacker, Samuel and Barb. Gomer, May 18, 1809. 

Bruder, Jacob and Eva Marg. Huber, Jan. i, 1759. 

Brunner, Ellas and Cath. Waif, June 5, 1804. 

Bruner, Henry and Eliz. Westenhaven, Aug. 16, 1812. 

Brunner, Jacob and Mary Barb. Kaufer, Apr. i, 1759. 

Brunner, Jacob and Margaret Geister, July 5, 1761. 

Brunner, Jacob and Magd. Schneider, Aug. 13, 1786. 

Brunner, Jacob and Mary Dall, Oct. 4, 1807. 

Brunner, John and Sophia Doll, Mch. 23, 1830. 

Brunner, Jonathan and Sarah Middekauff, May 10, 1832. 

Brunner, Lewis and Ann Rebecca Ramsburg, Mch. 21, 1833. 

Brunner, Peter and Catherine Simm, Apr. 26, 1789. 

Brunner, Valentine and Eliz. Bohrer, Apr. il, 1803. 

Bryan, Thomas and Massy Plumer, July 25, 1793. 

Bucher, Barthol and Sus. Walter (Fred. Co.) Sept. 18, 1785. 

Bucky, George and Susanna Krieger, Oct. 8, 1796. 

Bucky, Michael and Cath. Pfeifer, Mch. 23, 1806. 

Bucky, Valent and Chart. Remsperger, Jan. 29, 1793. 

Bucky, Valentine and EHz. Strieker, Nov. 9, 1790. 

Burkhart, Nathan and Margaret Simmons, Apr. 16, 1786. 

Burner, lac Young and Sus. Dickenoor, Aug. 29, 1812. 

Bumeston, Jos. and Julianna Grof, Aug. 5, 1787. 

Burns, Michael and Eliz. Kemp, Oct. i, 1788. 

Bush, George and Eliz. Grail, Oct. 11, 1791. 

Butcher, John and Margaret Gehr, June 13, 1833. 

Butler, Thomas and Jane Gittings, Dec. 29, 1795. 

Butler, William and Delilah Browning, Feb. 24, 1789. 

Butler, William and Julia W. Deal, Apr. 22, 1806. 

Cain, John and Mary Geber, Jan. 8, 1797. 

Caldwire, Joseph and EHzab. Frances, Nov. 21, 1802. 

Campbel, Archibel and Sarah McDonald, Jan. 29, 1792. 

Camel, John and Eliz. Harlin, Apr. 8, 1788. 

Cambel, James and Linny Hyatt (Fred. Co.) Sept. 15, 1785. 

Campbell, James and Sarah Sewel, Mch. 30, 1794. 

Campble, John and Anne Winegardener, May 10, 1791. 

Campbell, John and Anna Holmes, Oct. 29, 1832. 

Cann, Thomas and Eliz. Norris, May 16, 1809. 

Carl, David and Barbara Grof, Feb. 12, 1792. 

Carlton, Thomas and Mary Pittel, Oct. 28, 1806. 

Carr, John and Mary Keller, Dec. 7, 1788. 

Carr, Thomas and Cath. Gashauer, Jan. 29, 1793. 



506 MARYLAND RECORDS— FREDERICK, MD. 

Carson, John and Hannah Haas, Dec. 31, 1789. 

Carson, John and Ann Thomas, Mch. 4, 1790. 

Carter, Joshua and Cath. Springer, June 28, 1796. 

Carter, Thomas and Nancy Jorden, Dec. 15, 1812. 

Castle, Thomas and EHz. Messerle, May 21, 1797. 

Ceastel, Samuel and Elizab. Ceastel, Mch. 22, 1808. 

Cecil, Aden and Sarah Tool, Oct. 22, 1805. 

Cecil, Henry and Sarah Hinton, Jan. 12, 1789. 

Charlesworth, Solomon and Mary McVicker, Sept. 25, 1832. 

Childs, Edward and Minty (blacks) Oct. 8, 1792. 

Chingan, John F. and Maria Sharer, Mch. 8, 1832. 

Christ, John and Cath. Umford, June 9, 1805. 

Christ, Michael and Elizab. Shurm, Dec. 29, 1763. 

Christ, Peter and Margaret Mang, Apr. 16, 1797. 

Christman, John and Elizabeth Weather, Sept. 3, 1805. 

Chun, Lancelot and Martha Ridgley, Nov. 4, 1792. 

Clary, Ashford Dowden and Elizab. Smith, Dec. 31, 1789. 

Clary, Nathaniel and Cassandra Thomas, Dec. 19, 1831. 

Coale, Isaac and Sarah Ridgeley, Nov. 21, 1797. 

Coale, James and Mary Carter, Mch. 11, 1788. 

Coale, Vincent and Eleanor Stewardt, May 26, 1801. 

Coblenz, Peter and Susanna Keller, May 6, 1759. 

Coblentz, Philip and Elizab. Zimmerman, Mch. 29, 1803. 

Collins, Humphry and Sarah Bell (Hunt Co.), Feb. 15, 1785. 

Collins, Joshua and Mary Rubey, Jan. 13, 1793. 

Collins, Mathew and Sus. Bowlass, Nov. 27, 1785. 

Colly, Wm. and Rebecca Braun, Apr. 15, 1799. 

Conrad, Jacob and Elizab. Steiner, May 5, 1805. 

Conradt, Henry and Mary Leth, Apr. 17, 1787. 

Constable, Saml. and Rebecca Dobston, Mch. 27, 1785. 

Coomes, Aden and Pamelia Williams, Oct. 2, 1794. 

Cooper, Adam and Rebecca Hamilton, Oct. 12, 1786. 

Cooper, Robert and Cath. Harlin, Aug. 29, 1791. 

Corbman, Christ and Harriet Fannehill, Aug. 30, 1807. 

Covell, Jonathan Freust and Catherine Jacobs, Sept. 23, 1830. 

Coventry, John and Amelia Phillips, Feb. 21, 1808. 

Cox, Samuel and Ann Wilson, Oct. 9, 1806. 

Crane, John and Rebecca Crum, Feb. 5, 1793. 

Cremer, Solomon and Barb. Cettig, Apr. 10, 1808. 

Crentzer, Jacob and Eliz. Beckenbach, Nov. 9, 1803. 

Crieger, George and Marg. Salmon, Nov. 3, 1805. 

Cromwell, John and Marg. Kephard, Feb. 15, 1803. 



MARRIAGES 507 

Cromwell, Oliver and Harriet Gebhart, Nov. 20, 1806. 

Cron, Robert and Christina Schmidt, Apr. 8, 1788. 

Croneisz, Jacob and Cath. Fonderburg, Apr. 14, 1806. 

Crossby, James and Deborah Runnerl (N. C.) Sept. 5, 1785. 

Croweis, Henry and Elizab. Knoufif, Oct. 8, 1805. 

Crum, Evan and Sarah Hertzog, Aug. 19, 1795. 

Crum, Isaac and Catherine Kepler, Sept. 8, 1830. 

Crum, John and Mary Miller, Feb. 9, 1806. 

Crum, Nathan and Amalia Creager, Mch. 15, 1803. 

Crum, William and Eliz. Le\y (at the poor house) Dec. 29, 1793. 

Crumwell, Wm. and Sarah Groff, Jan. 22, 1799. 

Cumberledge, George and Rachel Barber, Mch. 31, 1789. 

Cunningham, Hugh and Rebecca Gittinger, Jan. 28, 1830. 

Curry, William and Sarah Dean, Nov. 9, 1800. 

Dabler, William and Elizab. Jones, Dec. 25, 1800. 

Dally, Ebenezer and Mary Philips, May 30, 1794. 

Danner, Zacharia and Mary Zayer, Oct. 8, 1799. 

Darnal, Ralph and Hanna Kohlenberg, June 30, 1808. 

Darrey, Balthasar and Barb. Heinkley, Mch. 2y, 1759. 

Daub, Jacob and Eliz. Merckel, Mch. 4, 1794. 

Daub, Valentine and Esther Koenig, Apr. 17, 1804. 

Davidson, John and Sealy Hill, Aug. 24, 1805. 

Davis, Ambrose and Bewly White, May 20, 1800. 

Davis, Francis and Sarah Eliot, May 2, 1790. 

Davis, John and Mary ]\Iarschand (Wid.) Sept. 10, 1761. 

Davis, John Eberhard and Anna Reitenauer, July i, 1764. 

Davis, Luke and Mary Duall, Oct. 11, 1807. 

Davis, Matthias and Rachel Maynard, Dec. 21, 1788. 

Da\'is, Reubin and Ellen Taylor, Nov. 13, 1796. 

Davis, Samuel and Rachel Walls, Sept. 2, 1800. 

Dawson, John and Anna Hays, Sept. 23, 1806. 

Dayle, Ephraim and Catherine Hamilton, Apr. 14, 1831. 

Dean, William and Alice Reynolds, Jan. 17, 1805. 

Deaver, Levi and Sophia Griffith, Jan. 6, 1805. 

Doemer, John and Barbara Dilbus, Apr. 10, 1803. 

Degenhardt, Christian and An. M. Miller, Dec. 20, 1784. 

Dehaven, Andrew and Esther Kempf, Nov. 11, 1792. 

Dehaven, Peter and Mary Cellars, June 26, 1787. 

Dehof, Nicholas and Sus. Cath. Vogel, Mch. 6, 1787. 

Delaplane, Daniel and Sophia Dem, Dec. i, 1799. 

Delaplain, Joshua and Mary Deru, Nov. 20, 1792. 

Delashmutt, Trammel and Marg. W. Moriarty, Aug. 19, 1809. 



5o8 MARYLAND RECORDS— FREDERICK, MD. 

Delater, Jacob and Cath. Mahn, Feb. 21, 1790. 

Delater, Jacob and Elizab. Michael, Apr. 21, 1808. 

Delater, Jacob and Sara Ann Brown, Aug. 13, 1816. 

Dent, Aquilla and Cath. Thomas, Oct. 17, 1803. 

Deru, Isaac and Sus. Berger, Dec. 9, 1792. 

Dertzbach, John and Christina Knauff, Oct. 20, 1799 

Deiwelbiss, George and Sus. Berg, Apr. 5, 1790. 

Dewelbiss, John and Mary Mayer, Sept. 9, 1798. 

Devilbiss, Joseph and Caroline Stauffer, Oct. 20, 1831. 

Dick, John and Elizab. Schraier, Feb. 28, 1808. 

Dick, John and Cath. Feagler, May 2, 1809. 

Diel, John and Cath. Beltz, Feb. 8, 1790. 

Diel, John and Mary Eckhardt, Nov. 19, 1794. 

Diehl, John and Philippina Faut, Jan. 19, 1806. 

Differen, William and Elizab. Brown, Oct. 13, 1817. 

Dinsmoor, Thomas and Marg. Taylor, Oct. 26, 1809. 

Diz. (Dietz) John Adm. and Mary Magd. Thorn, Sept. 25, 1757. 

Dodoro, Davis and Eliz. Heintz, Jan. 3, 1802. 

Dodson, Elijah and Mary Karr, Sept. i, 1789. 

Doerr, Jacob and Marg. Wintz, Feb. 4, 1788. 

Doerr, Thomas and Barbara Steiner, Apr. 10, 1803. 

Doerry, Peter and Cath. Feldman, May 5, 1761. 

Dofler, Geo. and Cath. Spanseiler, June 11, 1798. 

Dofler, Peter and Margaret Schley, Dec. 21, 1766. 

Doll, Conrad and An. M. Schisler, Sept. 20, 1761. 

Doll, George and Cath. Schmit, Mch. 11, 1799. 

Doll, Jacob and Mary Myers, May 31, 1812. 

Doll, John and Sus. Kortz, Jan. 28, 1800. 

Doodel, George and Eleanor Ryan, Jan. 16, 1803. 

Doof, George and Mary Weber, Nov. 20, 1808. 

Dorsey, Basil and Harriet Harris, Aug. 12, 1792. 

Dorsey, Evan and Sus. Lawrence, Jan. 6, 1789. 

Dorsey, Joshua and Sarah Hammond, Mch. 9, 1788. 

Dorsey, Michael and Elizab. Poole, Sept. 27, 1796. 

Dorsey, Vachael and Ann Poole, Mch. 13, 1792. 

Dowell, Benj. and Barb. Springer, Apr. 15, 1788. 

Dowling, Edward and Mary Gordon, Jan. 1794. 

Downey, Alexander and Mary Tucker, Feb. 17, 1795. 

Drum, Peter and Sarah Hansey, Dec. 8, 1796. 

Druman, James and Sarah Starling, Nov. 19, 1798. 

Dultyg, Henry and Cath. Young, Oct. 4, 1812. 

Dumming, William and Nancy Harry, Nov. 15, 1805. 



MARRIAGES 509 

Duppel, Benj. and EHz. Reitenauer, Mch. 22, 1796. 

Durbin, James and Ann Elizabeth Stoner, Nov. 29, 1831. 

Durst, Henry and Cath. Richter, Sept. 21, 1806. 

Dutenhoffer, Michael and Rachel Wilkens, Jan. 31, 1764. 

Duwall, Samuel and Mary Allison, Aug. 16, 1807. 

Early, John and Sarah Gilborthop, June 10, 1809. 

Early, John and Mary Fauble, Feb. 3, 1813. 

Easton, John and Rachel Pearsons, Jan. 13, 1795. 

Eaton, Leonard and Mary Palmer, Feb. 20, 1804. 

Eaton, William and Nancy Bryan, May 19, 1793. 

Eberly, Valentine and An. Barb. Schmid (Wid.) Feb. 28, 1767. 

Ebbert, Augustus F. and Elizabeth M. Bantz, Oct. 19, 1830. 

Ebert, Michael and Mary Clara Kappel, Aug. 6, 1761. 

Eberz, Mathew and Cath. Magd. Maus, Apr. 7, 1761. 

Eby, John and Anna Mary Bantz, Feb. 12, 1765. 

Eckhard, Anthony and Cath. Shickenhelm, Sept. 16, 1806. 

Eckman, Michael and Mary Jacob, Jan. 14, 1800. 

Eder, Abrah. and Cath. Reich (Fred. Co.) Feb. 22, 1767. 

Edmonston, Thomas and Ruth Sheckell, Dec. 3, 1793. 

Edwards, Abraham and Ellen Jones, Oct. 4, 1796. 

Eg (or Ely) John Henry and Rosina Schmitt, Aug. 18, 1 761. 

Eisennagel, Thos. and Sus. Spanseiler (Fred. Co.), Sept. 20, 1785. 

Ekhart, Adam and Eva Reisz (Rice), Aug. 16, 1757. 

Eller, Jacob and Mary Willjard, Oct. 14, 1792. 

Elliot, George and Mary Beatty, Aug. 21, 1806. 

Emmit, Abe. J. and Jane Moore, May 24, 18 10. 

Emmit, William and Sus. Shelman, Dec. 6, 1808. 

Engel, George and Cath. Jung, Dec. 3, 1789. 

Engel, George and Sus. Jung, Sept. 8, 1799. 

Ennis, George and Catherine Ramsburg, Dec. 10, 1829. 

Ensey, Dennis and Elizab. Crawford, Oct. 10, 1797. 

Erter, John and Catharine Weber, Nov. 23, 1806. 

Eter, Abraham and Susanna Koenig, Feb. 28, 1804. 

Evans, Cabel and Eva Wedel, Mch. 5, 1787. 

Evans, John and Miranda Owens, Apr. i, 1800. 

Ewerly, Peter and Julianna Wiszman, June 18, 1797. 

Fah, Abraham and Mary A. Steiner, Mch. 28, 1790. 

Fahly, Geo. and Mary Wolff (Loudon, Va.) Feb. 23, 1 791. 

Fanbel, David and Margaret Degrange, Apr. i, 1832. 

Faner, John and Rebecca Klee, June 7, 1803. 

Farthing, James and Marg. Ott, Jan. 6, 1801. 

Faut, William and Magd. Adams, Aug. 24, 1806. 



5IO MARYLAND RECORDS— FREDERICK, MD. 

Favorite, Abrah. and Elizab. Shroyack, Dec. 15, 1807. 

Fein, Peter and Cath. Marg. Bennet, May 2, 1786. 

Ferguson, Danl. and Charity Austom (Fred. Co.) June 14, 1785. 

Ferrel, Wm. and Mary Burns, Aug. 10, 1800. 

Filius, John and EHz. Yates, Aug. 5, 1792. 

Filius, Joseph and Eliz. Schlicker, Apr. 15, 1798. 

Filson, Samuel and Mary Cooper, Apr. i, 1800. 

Finkbohner, John and Sus. Brucker, Aug. 5, 1788. 

Fishback, John and Lydia O. Bonner, July 1809. 

Fitzgerald, John and Mary Phelps, Oct. 1800. 

Fleming, Caleb and Allen Blummer, Apr. 19, 1809. 

Fleming, Samuel and Elizab. Reynolds, Dec. 24, 1801. 

Flick, Andrew and An. Magd. Reichardt, June 12, 1768. 

Flick, Jacob and Eliz. Koblentz, May 4, 1790. 

Flora, David and Mary Ann Lambert, Dec. 23, 1829. 

Fluck, John and Eliz. Schreiger, Apr. 5, 1801. 

Fluck, Mat. and Cath. Jung, Jan. 15, 1787. 

Fluck, Peter and Mary Hans, July 9, 1797. 

Fluheart, Stephen and Elizab. Randel, Nov. 22, 1785. 

Fluke, Henry and Hannah Castle, Nov. 21, 1801. 

Forquhar, Robt. and Esther Dodson, May 19, 1789. 

Fortuey, David and Elizab. Lewis, May 6, 1800. 

Fox, Uriah and Grace Sedwith, Apr. 18, 1794. 

French, Otho and EHz. Anderson, Feb. 18, 1802. 

Frey, Daniel and Elizab. Christ, Nov. 19, 1793. 

Frey, Nicholas and Catherine Schmecter, Aug. 20, 1769. 

Fridshey, John and Barbara Hauer, May 18, 1806. 

Fries, Michael and Cath. Grabiel, June 18, 1799. 

Frizzel, Lloyd T. and Seeny Turner, Jan. 30, 1800. 

Froehlich, John and Salome Rothrock, Jan. 19, 1792. 

Fuchs, Henry and Leah Zimmerman, Jan. 18, 1799. 

Fuchs, John and Cath. Fuchs, Jan. 23, 1791. 

Fuchs, John and Cath. Simmons, Sept. 18, 1798. 

Fuchs, Peter and Bridget Ingen Hall, Sept. 16, 1800. 

Fulton, George and Margaret Hedge, June 7, 1794. 

Fulton, Robert and Barb. Balzell, Mch. 11, 1794. 

Fultz, Philip and Cath. Shafer (or Shoster) Mch. 30, 1812. 

Fyers, Joseph and Anna M. Dommer, Aug. 3, 1762. 

Gaber, David and Mary Beiser, Feb. 21, 1805. 

Gach, John and Eliza Schnoog, Mch. 25, 1806. 

Gapes, Thomas and Jane Elizabeth McVicker, Apr. I, 1833. 

Garmnie, Andrew and Anna Elizab. Jan. 15, 1759. 



MARRIAGES 511 

Gaudy, Abraham and Sarah Mannihan, Dec. 24, 1793. 

Gaut, Daniel and Lucy Anderson, Oct. 5, 1797. 

Gebhard, George and Cath. Doll, May 3, 1803. 

Gebhardt, John and Sarah Hiestand, Dec. 27, 1801. 

Gebhardt, Peter and Eliz. Haas, Aug. 18, 1796. 

Gebler, Gotlieb, and Sus. Madera, Aug. i, 1804. 

Gedon, Daniel and Susannah Butler, Dec. 23, 1800. 

Gehret, John and Cath. Grimes, Mch. 24, 1807. 

Geiniz, John Wm. and Johanna Weiszman, Apr. 19, 1758. 

Geissinger, Frantz, and Sarah Levi, Apr. 3, 1790. 

Gelwicks, George C. and Mary Nixdorf, Nov. 12, 1807. 

George, John and Elizah Woods, Apr. 10, 1806. 

Gerecht, Justiss and Elizab. Drenter. 

Gerger, John and Elizah Scheffy (Fred. Co.) Mch. 20, 1785. 

Gess, Jonathan and Rebecca Dowel, Aug. 22, 1791. 

Getzendanner, Abraham and Mary E. Buckley, May 7, 1833. 

Getzendanner, Adam and Mary An. Kuhns, Oct. 14, 1787. 

Getzendanner, Balthasar and Philippina Stoll, June 12, 1794. 

Getzendanner, Henry and Hannah Becker, Apr. 17, 1800. 

Getzendanner, Jacob and Eliz. Getzendanner, Jan. 10, 1797. 

Getzendanner, John and Rebecca Faut (Fred. Co.) Sept. 6, 1785. 

Getzendanner, John and Cath. Dabler, May 31, 1789. 

Geyer, Daniel and Mary Brengel, May 10, 1791. 

Geyer, Henry and Elizah Ireland, Feb. 15, 1795. 

Giesy, John and Cath. Natlzell (Baltzell ?), May 16, 1809. 

Gietzen tanner, Balthasar and Anna Steiner, May 11, 1758. 

Giezentanner, Jacob and Catherine Kast, Apr. 3, 1757. 

Gilbert, David and Margaret Koontz, Jan. 17, 1830. 

Gilbert, Peter and Elizab. Larkin, Aug. 16, 1803. 

Gills, Eckhardt and Cath. Sulzer, May 13, 1788. 

Gittinger, John and Marg. Hauck, Apr. 28, 1795. 

GHsson, James and Esther White, Oct. 29, 1800. 

Goetzendanner, Thomas and Cath. Bar, Apr. 10, 1808. 

Gotzendanner, Christian and Cath. Remsberger, Apr. 2, 1786, 

Gomber, Jacob and Susannah Beaty, May 20, 1787. 

Gordon, Jos. and Mary Balton, Nov. 1797. 

Goshn, Ambrose and Anna Shafer, Aug. 14, 1803. 

Gosnell, Peter and Mary Mallahon, Oct. 22, 1793. 

Gosnel, Peter and Emma Hill, Nov. i, 1798. 

Graham, August and Martha Cock, Oct. 26, 1806. 

Graham, Reuben and Rachel Carter, Apr. 20, 1798. 

Gray, Zacharias and Elizab. Hardy, Sept. 13, (1815?) 



512 MARYLAND RECORDS— FREDERICK, MD. 

Green, John and Nancy Miller, Apr. 27, 1806. 

Greiner, Michael and Sybilla Jendes, Aug. 19, 1792. 

Grieger, George and Mary Epler, Apr. 7, 1807. 

Grieger, Lewis and Susanna Hauer, May 10, 1808. 

Griffith, Zadock and Sar. Hantel (Georget road) Feb. 17, 1785. 

Grim, Daniel and Sarah Staub, Aug. 4, 1803. 

Grimes, Basil and Betsy Peiket, Oct. 29, 1793. 

Grimes, Frederick and Mary Randal, Mch. 22, 1798. 

Gross, George and Cath. Sanders, May i, (1816?) 

Grover, John and Jemimah Fitzgerald, Mch. 3, 1795. 

Gruber, David and Sus. Moore, Nov. 22, 1798. 

Grund, John Ad. and M. Chr. Hoffman, Feb. 7, 1765. 

Gr>'er, John and Mary Nusz, Apr. 30, 1803. 

Gunterman, George and Rachel Milhaues, Apr. i, 1765. 

[Note: From this point the records are evidently deficient. All which are available are being pub- 
lished. G. M. B.] 

Hansen, William and Sus. Frexund, Oct. 24, 1758. 
Heichler, Nicholas and An. Marg. Meyer, Feb. 20, 1759. 
Hoffman, Rudolph and Dorothy Weisz, May 8, 1758. 
Jung, Peter and Barbara Begard, Aug. 9, 1757. 
Keller, Jacb. and Elizabeth Leitert, May 28, 1758. 
Klein, John and Anna Barly, Apr. 19, 1759. 
Leeman, Jacob and Anna Mary Jung, Aug. 9, 1757. 
Leidig, Gabriel and Cath. Delater, Mch. 18, 1759. 
Lor Beck, Christoph and Sophia Rosin Urbach, Apr. 12, 1759. 
Medari, Chs. Fredk. and Cath. Gerson, Nov. 2, 1756. 
Meyerer, John Joshua and Mary Kaempf, Mch. 29, 1757. 
Michel, Daniel and Mary Schober, May 15, 1758. 
Mittelkauf, John and Mary Elth. Brunner, July 19, 1757. 
Muller, John Geo. and Magd. Maderi, April 25, 1758. 
Ochs, John Adam and Mary Appol. Hoffman, Feb. 7, 1757. 
Ogle, Thomas and Sarah Ogle, Dec. 1756. 

Reimssperger, Geo. and Maria EHzah. Bruwner, Dec. 20, 1756. 
Runner, Philip and Anna Mary Einck, Apr. 17, 1757. 
Scheidegger, John and Eva Mary Manz, May 24, 1757. 
Schellenbaum, Christn. and Mary Caselman, May 3, 1757. 
Scherer, John and Mary Sus. Deuthinger, Dec. 29, 1757. 
Schley, Geo. Thom and Mary Gietzentanner, May 16, 1758. 
Schmidt, William and Agnes Mey, Dec. i, 1757. 
Schneebeli, Leonhardt and Marg. Weisz, May 8, 1758. 
Schneider, Geo. Michl. and Judith Unsel, Nov. 29, 1757. 



MARRIAGES 513 

Schonefeld, John and Mary Cath. Mezier, Mch. 23, 1757. 
Schuemacher, Danl. and Mary Elizab. Hoffman, Feb. i, 1757. 
Schur, Christn. and M. Salome Bargelt, Mch. 28, 1758. 

, and Marg. Schweinhard, May 6, 1759. 

Sin, Jacob and Mary Magd. Biber, Oct. 31, 1756. 

Steiner, Jacob and Mary Anna Schley, May 17, 1758. 

Strickler, Wendel and Susanna Sax, Aug. 8, 1758. 

Sturno, John and Anna Barb. Hoffman, Dec. 13, 1756. 

Thomas, Christopher and Sus. Marg. Weisz, Dec. 13, 1757. 

Ulmer, David and Rosinack M. Hirschuan, July 2, 1757. 

Weber, John and Maria Elizab. Haas, Dec. 30, 1756. 

Weisz, Henry and Cath. Brunner, Jan. 9, 1759. 

Weisz, John Valent and Cath. Froschaner, April 18, 1758. 

Wurtenbecher, John Beruh and Mary Eva Hein, Mch. 22, 1757. 

Yofler, Peter and Anna Mary Sturm, April 17, 1757. 



Montgomery County Marriages,* i 777-1 804 
By Rev. Clement Brooke, i 778-1 779 

Ashford, Thos. and Jane Taylor, Aug. 29, 1779. 

Ball, James and Cassandra EUis, Nov. 11, 1779. 

Barnes, Josias and EHzabeth Trammel, Aug. i, 1780. 

Beall, Basil and Arianna Beall, Oct. 24, 1780. 

Beall, George and Elizabeth Beall, Dec. 22, 1779. 

Beall, Leven and Esther Campbell, July 14, 1779. 

Brown, Coaly and Elizabeth Holly, Aug. 20, 1779. 

Callis, Garland and Elianor Addison, Dec. 22, 1779. 

Chelton, Mark and Clementia Barn, June 17, 1779. 

Chin, Christopher and Ann Bartlet, Dec. 17, 1779. 

Conner, Gerrard T. and Amelia T. Donaldson, Mch. 13, 1779. 

Cox, Walter B. and Anna B. Holliday (P. G's Co.), Nov. 19, 1779. 

Donaldson, Benj'n. and Drucilla Peace (P. G's Co.), Oct. 28, 1779. 

Evans, Guy and Christian Swan (P. G's Co.), Sept. 16, 1779. 

Evans, RolDert and Judith Molds, Oct. 24, 1780. 

Fields, Luke and Margaret Balser, Sept. 12, 1779. 

Fisher, John and Frances Nelson, April 29, 1780. 

Grimes, W". and Jane Williams, Sept. 18, 1780. 

Hall, Palmer and Amelia Ashford, Dec. 15, 1779. 

* Maryland Marriages, pp. 203-213; Md. Hist. Soc, Courtesy of j\lr. Charles Fickus, Acting 
Librarian. 
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514 MARYLAND RECORDS— MONTGOMERY COUNTY 

Hood, Samuel and Barbara Wienberger, Mch. 14, 1780. 

Holms, John and Mary Turner, Dec. 16, 1779. 

Jenninson, Thos. and Eleanor Williamson, May 4, 1779. 

Kogenderfor, Leonard and Susannah Crons, Sept. 18, 1780. 

Kokendoffer, Fredk. and Susanna Yonst, Dec. 29, 1779. 

Margress, Saml. and Anne War (P. G's Co.), Sept. 4, 1779. 

Miles, Thomas and Elizabeth King, Feb. 7, 1779. 

Mitchell, Willm. and Sar. Ashford, Dec. 2, 1779. 

Parker, Thos. and Susanna Cahill, Mch. 4, 1779. 

Payne, John and Mary Bever, July 16, 1780. 

Pendell, Thos. and Anne Rhoads, Sept. 9, 1779. 

Pickerell, Richd. and Amelia Marlow (P. G's Co.), Oct. 31, 1779. 

Rigdon, Thos. and Lucy Jennings, May 20, 1779. 

Sprigg, Thos. and Elizabeth Belt, Feb. 8, 1780. 

Stonestreet, Edward and Margery Weight, May 14, 1780. 

Sutton, Robert and Judith Canady, Dec. i, 1779. 

Trevis, John to Mary Lewis, May 23, 1778. 

Van Nacruth, John and Ann Andison, Mch. 14, 1779. 

Williams, John and Sarah Stewart, July 29, 1779. 

Willice, W". and Ann Smith, Feb. 14, 1780. 

Wilmot, Thos. and Anne Gill, May 20, 1779. 

Woodward, Joseph and Jane Taylor, Mch. 7, 1779. 

By Bishop John Carroll (Roman Catholic), i 777-1 778 

Casey, John and Philodelia Edgworth, Aug. Ii, 1778. 
Green, Leonard and Anne Brown, Jan. 29, 1778. 
Knott, Raphael and Cath. Pearce, June 16, 1778. 
M'^Govron, Thomas and Mary Clark, Aug. 30, 1778. 
Madden, James and Rebeccah Harrison, Aug. 4, 1778. 
Nicholson, Richard and Bridget Farelong, Oct. 18, 1777. 

By Rev. John Chalmers, Jr. 

Leach, Joshua and Lydia Pritchett, Feb. 4, 1795. 

Miller, John and Martha Leach, May 21, 1795. 

Wood, James and Sarah Hobbs (Balto. Co.), Dec. 22, 1794. 

By Rev. James Hunt, i 778-1 782 

Armstrong, Willm. and Levi Anna M=Mannin, Feb. 11, 1779. 
Barrott, Alex, and Eleanor Caecil, Jan. 19, 1779. 
Barret, John and Mary Price, Dec. 16, 1781. 
Bayne, George and Ann Jones, May i, 1779. 



MARRIAGES 515 



Beall, Thos. and Catherine Brown, Jan. 14, 1779. 
Beggariy, David and Rebecca Belt, May 20, 1782. 
Burton, Jacob and Sarah Tucker, Nov. 19, 1779. 
Butler, Tobias and Sarah Tool, April 5, 1782. 
Butterworth, Willm. and Elizab. Darbyshire, Feb. 3, 1779. 
Cave, Stephen and Ruth Earidge, Nov. 24, 1779. 
Clark, Thos. and Priscilla Barns, Feb. 11, 1779. 
Collins, Joshua and Mary Barrance, May 15, 1779. 
Collins, Nathan and Ann Maddin, Feb. 11, 1779. 
Conner, John and Eleanor Wallace Tracy, Dec. 5, 1778. 
Eastep, Joseph and Lucy Prather, Jan. 28, 1779. 
EngHsh, King and Rebecca Eades, Aug. 24, 1779. 
Fitzgerald, Matthew and Sarah Wilson, Jan. 7, 1779. 
Greentre, Benjn. and Sarah Roberts, May 19, 1782. 
Harrison, Nathan and Verlinda Browning, Nov. 3, 1779. 
Hoskins, Charles and Eleanor Standiford, Aug. 10, 1779. 
Jenkins, Willm. and Dorcas Masters, Jan. 5, 1779. 
Jenkins, Willm. and Sibby Moxly, July 12, 1782. 
Jones, Charles and Mary Jackson, Feb. 24, 1782. 
Jones, Samuel and Rebecca Wood, Feb. 12, 1782. 
Louthie, Benjn. and Mary Ann Tyler, Dec. 3, 1778. 
M-^Kay, Alex, and Ann Campbell, Dec. 17, 1778. 
Magruder, Walter and Margaret Orme, June 14, 1782. 
Neal, Thos. and Elizab. Whittmore, Aug. 8, 1779. 
Nelson, Archibald and Hannah Roberts, Nov. 3, 1782. 
Offutt, James and Rebecca Offutt, Feb. 14, 1782. 
Pearson, John and Sarah Fallin, Sept. 15, 1782. 
Peckinson, Solomon and Mary Reily, July 8, 1779. 
Pickrell, Henry and Rebecca Low, April 6, 1779. 
Sherwood, Thos. and Elizab. Scott, Feb. 15, 1779. 
Simson, Samuel and Mary Saunders, April 4, 1782. 
Smith, Thos. and Leah Hill, Aug. 28, 1779. 
Sparrow, Joseph and Ann Smith, Dec. 9, 1778. 
Summers, John and Jean Hoskinson, Dec. 8, 1781. 
Talbot, Zadock and Elizab. Standage, Dec. 31, 1778. 
Treasdale, John and Catharine Malone, Dec. 27, 1778. 
Tryer, Adam and Frenetta Chany, April 6, 1779. 
Vigel, Valentine and Catherine Barron, April 8, 1779. 
Waters, Weaver and Margaret Miers, April 3, 1782. 
White, Joseph and Jean Bear, Oct. 31, 1782. 
Wilcoxen, Josias and Anna Statia Smith, Nov. rg, 1779. 
Wood, Thomas and Ann Hall, Aug. 11, 1782. 
Woodward, Bennett and Elizabeth Cecil, Dec. 17, 1778. 



5i6 MARYLAND RECORDS— MONTGOMERY COUNTY 

By Rev. Wilson Lee (Elder in M. E. Ch.) 

Atcherson, Ephraim and Ruth Simpson, Sept. ii, 1800. 
Cawood, Erasmus and Mary Williams, Dec. 26, 1799. 
Stonestreet, Thomas and Polly NichoUs, Dec. 19, 1799. 

By Rev. Slingsby Linthicum (M. E. Ch.) 

Baggerly, James and Elizab. Smith, Oct. 20, 1798. 
Penn, Stephen and Eleanor Scribenor, Oct. 28, 1798. 
Walker, Nathan and Nancy Beck, July 21, 1798. 

By Rev. Thos. Lucas 
Wilson, William and Sarah Clark, License granted, Dec. 9, 1797. 

By Rev. Thomas Reed, i 777-1 778* 

Alnut, W"". and Mary Riley, Feb. 12, 1778. 

Anchors, Snowden and Deborah Gattrell, Feb. 4, 1778. 

Arts, James and Keziah Fryer, June 30, 1778. 

Beall, Zephaniah and Ann Gattrell, Feb. 5, 1778. 

Bowman, Jacob and Mary Chambers, July 6, 1778. 

Burris, Henry and Frances Davis, Jan. 22, 1778. 

Busby, Christopher and Sarah Byall, June i, 1778. 

Dailey, Patrick and Mary Doyle, May i, 1778. 

Davis, John and Ann Legg, July 3, 1778. 

Gartrell, Charles and Sarah Barnes, Dec. 7, 1777. 

Gartrell, Francis Rawlings and Rachel Hamilton, Mch. 19, 1778. 

Gray, Zachariah and Susanna Parker (Charles Co.) July 22, 1777. 

Hill, John and Eliz. Richards, July 14, 1778. 

Johnson, Saml. and Agnes Wilson, Oct. 12, 1777. 

Johnson, Thos. and Mary Larure, Mch. 17, 1778. 

Jones, Richard and Susy Culver, Mch. 17, 1778. 

M'^Donough, James and Judith Flinn, July 29, 1778. 

Murmet, Michael and Mary Thomson, Dec. 23, 1777. 

Oneal, John and Mary Smith, Dec. 23, 1777. 

Peak, Thomas and Eliz. Keymer, Dec. 23, 1777. 

Perry, Erasmus and Eliz. Harding, Jan. 13, 1778. 

Pigman, Ignatius and Susanna Lamar, Aug. 3, 1777. 

Prather, Zachariah and Ruth Allison, Aug. 25, 1778. 

Roberts, Hezekiah and Cloe Coffee, July 7, 1778. 

Saffel, Joshua and VirHnda Prather, July 24, 1777. 

* See page 557, name there spelled " Thomas Read." 



MARRIAGES 517 

Sibbey, James and Amelia Wiley, Sept. 28, 1777. 
Stillings, Richard and Mary Dailey, June 6, 1778. 
Stoaks, Francis and Sarah Hodgins March 22, 1778. 
Thompson, W". and Martha Easton, Feb. 24, 1778. 
Warfield, Elisha and Ruth Burgess (A. A. Co.), Aug. 22, 1778. 
Wilcoxen, George and Mary Swearingen, Jan. 22, 1778. 
Wood, Jepheniah and Mary Lucas, Aug. 14, 1777. 

By Rev. Joseph Threlkeld,* Oct. 2, 1777-Nov. 13, 1781 

Allison, Thomas and Eliz. Baxter, Sept. 14, 1780. 
Ashan, Saml. and Amey Self, June 15, 1780. 
Ashwood, W™. and Mary Small, Oct. 29, 1780. 
Ballinger, Saml. and Mary Smoot, Oct. 20, 1779. 
Banninger, Francis and Ann Hobson, Sept. 24, 1778. 
Barnes, Wever and EHza Pigman, May 13, 1779. 
Bayly, Hezekiah and Jane Evans, Mch. 5, 1778. 
Begood, James and Lucy Digney, July 27, 1780. 
Bennett, Willm. and Mary Green, Apr. 4, 1779. 
Berry, Geo. and Margaret Limbrech, Mch. 6, 1778. 
Bowman, Geo. and Elizabeth Gue, Feb. 3, 1779. 
Bradly, Dennis and Susanna Fox, Nov. 30, 1779. 
Brashears, Wayman and Anne Roberts, July 29, 1779. 
Brown, John and Alice Noding, Oct. i, 1778. 
Buchanan, Spence and Eliz. [Wiggendem], May 16, 1780. 
Buller, John and Catherine Smith, July 27, 1780. 
Burchand, Thos. and Mary Gray, Oct. 18, 1781. 
Burn, Adam and Mary M''Crea, Apr. 3, 1781. 
Bum, W". and Mary Wilson, Feb. 27, 1781. 
Burress, Charles and Anne Morgan, Apr. 4, 1779. 
Burns, W"". and Lucy Redman, Dec. 28, 1780. 
Buxton, W". and Sarah M=Coy, Nov. 12, 1780. 
Campbell, Alexander and Mary Sparrow, Dec. 12, 1779. 
Cavenough, Patrick and Mary Eustice, June i, 1780. 
Chambers, John and Rebeccah Winsor, Mch. 5, 1780. 
Chilton, James and Cath. Burns, June 25, 1778. 
Chissell, Joseph Newton and Eleanor White, Nov. 11, 1779. 
Clark, Elijah and Mary Graves, July 28, 1780. 
Clayton, John and Virlinda Riggs, Nov. 13, 1781. 
Cohen, Joseph and Rachel Bidwell, May 30, 1780. 
Collier, W". and Aeda Arnold, June 22, 1779. 

* Rev. Joseph Threlkeld, Cabin John, 1770 to d. 1782, so I am advised, G. M. B. 



51 8 MARYLAND RECORDS— MONTGOMERY COUNTY 

Countz, Henry and Ann Bowman, Aug. 4, 1778. 

Coy, W"". and Mary Ann Dennis, Nov. 25, 1779. 

Craft, Edwd. North and Ann Linthicum, Mch. 11, 1779. 

Cramlet, Jacob and Eliza Chambers, Mch. 18, 1779- 

Crawford, Robert Beall and Eleanor Owen, Apr. 11, 1780. 

Davis, Lodowick and Margaret Jones, Feb. 7, 1779. 

Davis, Saml. and Rebecca Bucey, Apr. 21, 1778. 

Davonport, Abraham and Frances Williams, Jan. 21, 1778. 

Dawson, Robert Doyne and Sarah Newton Chiswell, Oct. 25, 1781. 

Deakin, James and Eliza Falconer, Feb. 23, 1779. 

Dickeson, Zadock and Sarah Cook, Feb. 4, 1779. 

Dixon, James and Mary Conn, Jan. 21, 1779. 

Donnaldson, Bayly and Milley Cockaril, Apr. 11, 1778. 

Douglass, W"". and Elizab. Gentle, April 26, 1778. 

Dow, Michael and Margaret Fardo, Jan. 27, 1780. 

Dowden, Thos. and Anne Campbell, Sept. 3, 1778. 

Dowdett, John and Esther Williams, Nov. 22, 1778. 

Ducker, Nathl. and Sarah Segar, Nov. 25, 1779. 

Dyer, Saml. and Eliza. Griffith, Oct. 19, 1779. 

Elliott, Mark and Sarah Walter, July 29, 1781. 

Ellis, Hezekiah and Ann Briggs, Oct. 6, 1778. 

Fagan, Willm. and Eleanor Jones, Oct. i, 1780. 

Fields, Abraham and Johan Peck, Mch. 19, 1778. 

Fifer, James and Rebeckah Perry, Jan. 23, 1780. 

Flemming, John and Anne Hopkins, Nov. 20, 1777. 

Fletchall, Thomas and Eliz. Blackmore, June 15, 1780. 

Fryer, Walter and Margery Trail, May 9, 1780. 

Gaither, Greenbury and Anne Andison, April 13, 1779- 

Gaither, Nicholas and Eleanor Greenfield, Oct. 26, 1779. 

Gallen, John and Maomy Downey, July 15, 1781. 

Gatton, W". and Sarah Murphy, May 6, 1781. 

Gentle, George and Virlinda Locker, April 21, 1778. 

Gohagan, W"". and Darkus Loveless, Feb. 23, 1778. 

Goodwin, Jacob and Anne Masey, Mch. 19, 1778- 

Griffith, Samuel and Ruth Berry, April i, 1779. 

Gruse, Isaac and Eliz. Ellis, May 28, 1780. 

Gue, Henry and Sarah Scribner, Feb. 23, 1779. 

Harbin, Joshua and Ruth Hoskinson, July 23, 1778. 

Hardage, Willm. and Ann Mitchel, Mch. 22, 1780. 

Harding, Edwd. and Ann Butler, May 12, 1778. 

Harris, John and Darcus Weyman, Feb. 18, 1781. 

Harrison, W". and Susannah Cash, May 30, 1779. 



MARRIAGES 519 

Hays, Levi and Eleanor Harris, Dec. 9, 1779. 
Hays, Solomon, and Mary Ann Wise, Feb. 22, 1781. 
Heater, George and Cath. Space, Jan. 31, 1779. 
Henderson, Willm. and Margaret Broadwater, Dec. 21, 1780. 
Herring, John and Mary Strahan, Oct. 2, 1777. 
Hickman, W". and Ann Lucas, July 29, 1781. 
Holland, W". and Ann Weyman, Feb. 26, 1781. 
Horon (?), Edwd. and Ann Winsor, Dec. 28, 1779. 
Howel, Samuel and Milly Brown, Aug. 3, 1780. 
Jackson, James and Charity Baker, Jan. 6, 1780. 
Jacobs, Edwd. and Mary Summers, Oct. 28, 1779. 
Jacobs, Zacha. and Dorkus Summers, Aug. 5, 1779. 
Jarvins (Jawins?), Danl. and Anne Welsh, May 21, 1778. 
Jenkins, Danl. and Jemima Andison, Dec. 3, 1778. 
Johnson, John and Ann Kimey, Jan. 4, 1781. 
Johnson, Jonathan and Mary Summers, Oct. 10, 1779. 
Kelly, Thomas and Elizabeth Jones, Feb. 7, 1781. 
Kelvart, W-". and Eliz. Noddy, July 18, 1780. 
Key, James and Grace Elean, Jan. i, 1781. 
Legat, Henry and Monica Rawlings, Aug. i, 1780. 
Locker, Patrick and Mary EUigan, May 17, 1778. 
Locker, Shadreck and Eleanor Gentle, April 30, 1778. 
Loveless, Bart", and Lucy Watson, June 11, 1778. 
Loyd, Joseph and Mary Kelly, July 27, 1780. 
MCarty, Danl. and Rebecca Carter, Jan. 18, 1780. 
MCartee, Thos. and EHza Williams, Dec. i, 1778. 
MCray, Zephemiah and Mary Gatton, Oct. 21, 1777. 
M<^Elfish, Philip and Lyddia Griffith, Mch. I, 1781. 
Mackee, Willm. and Priscilla Jones, June 13, 1779. 
Maddin, John and Dolly Steward, Apr. 11, 1780. 
Mading, Jonathan and Anne Patrick, Nov. 4, 1779. 
Magruder, Joseph and Cath. Flemming, June 25, 1778, 
Malone, Thomas and Mary Harper, Dec. 16, 1777. 
Martin, Saml. and Jane Walker, Sept. 5, 1779. 
Mason, Burgess and Ann Starks, July 26, 1780. 
Mayhew, John Love W". and EHza Self, Feb. 26, 1778. 
Minor, Thomas and Elizab. Turley, Oct. 15, 1778. 
Modding, Richd. and Susannah Lewis, Jan. 26, 1779. 
Moxly, Job. and Mary Buckannan, Nov. 7, 1780. 
Moxly, John and Elizab. Buckanan, Nov. 30, 1780. 
Moxly, Thomas and Milly Burgess, April 4, 1780. 
Mullican, Archd. and Elizab. Vincent, March 19, 1778. 



520 MARYLAND RECORDS— MONTGOMERY COUNTY 

Mullakin, Lewis and Susanna Jarvis, Nov. 9, 1780. 
Murphy, James and Mary Craddock, June 8, 1778. 
Nally, Richd. and Keziah Tannyhill, April 23, 1778. 
Oden, Nathan and Ann Norfut, Sept. 24, 1778. 
Offutt, Saml. and Elizab. Ray, Oct. 22, 1778. 
Offutt, W°. Mockbee and Alley Thrift, Nov. 26, 1778. 
Offutt, Zephaniah and Marg't. Butler, Aug. 24, 1780. 
Ogden, Cornelius and Mary Pritchet, March 26, 1780. 
Ogden, Joseph and Winfred Simms, Jan. ID, 1781. 
Owen, John and Elizab. M'Callam, Feb. 2, 1778. 
Owen Laurence and Sarah Hardy, June 22, 1780. 
Owen, Thomas and Sarah M^Cauley, Nov. 25, 1780. 
Peak, Benjn. and Cassandra Trail, Dec. 14, 1779. 
Pearce, W". Gate and Virlinda Lewis, Dec. 26, 1780. 
Pierce, Caleb and Sarah Daws, Feb. 4, 1781. 
Petty, James and Mary Hickman, April 2, 1780. 
Powell, Willm. and Mary S. Edwards, Jan. 13, 1779. 
Price, Richd. and Anne Randall, Feb. 15, 1779. 
Queary, Danl. and Eve Wilfree, Nov. 9, 1779. 
Ray, Christ^ and Eliza Tucker, April 13, 1779. 
Read, Alex, and Rebecca Stevens, Nov. 27, 1777. 
Reynolds, W™. and Elizabeth Stevens, Dec. 25, 1780. 
Rhoads, James and Mary Garrott, Dec. 18, 1778. 
Ricketts, Robert and Ellia". Allison, Oct. 4, 1778. 
Ricketts Thos. and Ruth Adamson, June 7, 1778. 
Riggs, Greenbury and Ann Hardy, Jan. 25, 1781. 
Riggs, John and Mary Eleaner, Feb. 13, 1781. 
Roberts, Richd. and Cath. Clements, Nov. 26, 1778. 
Saenghan, James and Jane Ross, Feb. 17, 1780. 
Saffle, Charles and Sophia Segar, Oct. 5, 1780. 
Scott, Robert and Anne Thrift, March 6, 1778. 
Seybert, George and Mary Shepherd, Jan. 21, 1781. 
Shortridge, Saml. and Anne Roberts, Jan. 25, 1778. 
Sparrow, W". and Mary Ogden, Nov. 6, 1781. 
Speak, Ignatious and Cath. M'=Cloud, Jan. 21, 1779. 
Spence, W". and Mary Campbell, Feb. 20, 1780. 
StalHngs, John and Eliza Cheshire, Sept. 14, 1779. 
Stevens, Richd. and Eliz. Jenings, Sept. 26, 1780. 
Stone, John and Sarah Raredon, May 10, 1778. 
Suiter, George and Mary Beall, Jan. 7, 1779. 
Summers, Caleb and Rachel Crawford, Mch. 2, 1780. 
Summers, John and Sarah Howard, Feb. 8, 1780. 



MARRIAGES 521 

Summers, W"". and Rebecca Jacobs, Oct. I, 1778. 
Talbutt, George and Mary M'Daniel, Aug. 6, 1778. 
Taylor, John and Ruth Bailey, March 16, 1780. 
Taylor, John and Elizabeth Morris, May 3, 1780. 
Thrift, Charles and Elizabeth Offutt, Oct. 22, 1778. 
Trail, Osborn and Francis Fryer, Oct. 9, 1781. 
Trammel, Sampson and Carey Jenkins, Mch. 16, 1780. 
Umsladt, Abraham and Mary Howard, Dec. 28, 1780. 
Vallandingham, Richd. and Rebecca Andison, July 6, 1779. 
Viers, Daniel Bucy and Ann Williamson, Jan. 9, 178 1. 
Walter, David and Eliz. Allison, July i, 1781. 
Walter, Levy and Priscilla Fletcher, Sept. 14, 1779. 
Watkins, Leonard and Mary Higden, Dec. 19, 1780. 
Watson, Aleanah and Mary Mooreland, June 11, 1779. 
West, Osborn and Dorkus Trail, Nov. 19, 1778. 
White, Joseph and Martha Riley, Dec. 22, 1778. 
White, Matthew and Ann Felvey, Feb. 27, 1781. 
Wigginton, Henry and Ann Vallandingham, Mch. 2, 1778. 
Wigginton, Willm. and Allison Evans, Feb. 7, 1778. 
Williams, George and Rene Said, Dec. 14, 1780. 
Williams, Hazael and Mary Gore Hardy, Oct. 13, 1778. 
Wilson, James and Ann Johnston, Oct. 16, 1777. 
Wilson, Richd. and Mary Landrum, May 29, 1779. 
Windsor, Isaac and Anne Riley, March 2, 1779. 
Winrit, James and Ann Maria Ward, April 5, 1781. 
Young, John and Sarah Offutt, April 29, 1781. 

By Rev. Curtis Williams (M. E. Ch.) 

Orme, Patrick (of Montg'y. Co.) and Mary Sewell (of A. A. Co.) Dec. 24, 
1801. 

By Rev. Alexander Williamson, i 777-1 783 

Beall, Willm. Dent and Mary Beall, April 3, 1783. 

Beeding, John and Dorcas Key, Jan. 28, 1783. 

Blunt, Washer and Sarah Jackson, Jan. 29, 1778. 

Brown, John Alexander and Elizab. Vineyard, July 27, 1783. 

Burgess, Josiah and Virlinda Bean, Nov. 18, 1783. 

Clymer, Peter and Eleanor Pile, May 5, 1778. 

Cook, Elizab. and Jean M'Neer, May 12, 1778. 

Duley, Barton and Martha Baker, Mch. 3, 1778. 

Edwards, John & Mary Leach, Aug. 22, 1778. 

Hall, Henry and Elizab. Board, Aug. 17, 1777. 



522 MARYLAND RECORDS— WASHINGTON COUNTY 

Harrison, Benjn. and Dorcas Lee, Apr. 27, 1783. 
Isaacs, Lazarus and Sarah Fightmaster, Oct. 23, 1777. 
Jones, Isaac and Margaret Trott, Jan. 26, 1783. 
Lenman, John and Debora Reynolds, Feb. 13, 1783. 
Lewis, Daniel and Margery Waters, May 10, 1778. 
M^Cubbin, Thomas and Ann Lingan, Mch. 3, 1778. 
Middleton, Thomas and Winnifred Powel, Sept. 13, 1777. 
Mockbee, John and Marg't. Robinson, Aug. 21, 1777. 
Neal, Willm. and Mary Branham, Jan. 4, 1778. 
Prather, Walter and Ann Higgins, April 9, 1778. 
Redman, Joseph and Sarah Windsor, April 24, 1778. 
Richards, William and Tabitha Litton, Sept. 29, 1778. 
Rimel, John and Mary Lewis, Sept. 8, 1777. 
Sellman, Jonathan and Rachel Lucas, Jan. 16, 1783. 
Singer, George and Jenny Wade, April 19, 1778. 
Tracy, Philip and Mary Thrasher, Dec. 12, 1782. 



Washington County Marriages,* 1777-1804 

By Rev. John Chalmers, Jr. 

Ccish, John and Elizab. Roberts, 1 791-2. 
Jacobs, Jeremiah and Sarah Larimond, 1791-2. 
Lacy, Amos and Sarah Hudson, 1791-2. 
Lowman, James and Rachel Downing, 1 791-2. 

By Rev. George Mitchell, i 778-1 780 

Breyley, Simon and Ann Boyle, Aug. 22, 1779. 
Campbell, Colin and Mary Leonard, July 27, 1780. 
Conover, Willm. and Sophia Fitch, May 16, 1780. 
Cox, Abraham and Elizab. Clark, Dec. 8, 1778. 
Gumming, Herman and Mary James, Sept. 7, 1779. 
Debelly, Jacob and Barbara Leganfelder, Dec. 9, 1779. 
Doland, John and Elizab. Jones, March 29, 1779. 
Grove, Philip and Mary Ekls, Nov. 22, 1780. 
Jacques, Denton and Elizab. Powell, June 6, 1780. 
Jones, Michael and Sabina Thomas, Sept. 5, 1780, 
Laferer, John and Elizab. Baker, Jan. 6, 1779. 

* Maryland Marriages, pp. 226-241 ; Md. Hist. Soc, courtesy of Mr. Charles Fickus, Acting 
Librarian. 



MARRIAGES 523 

Lews, Thomas and Helen Mardee, Sept. i, 1780. 
M^Kenzie, Danl. and Alary Chapman, Dec. 2, 1779. 
Roby, Benjn. and Dolly Frizel, Nov. 18, 1780. 
Rogers, John and Marj' Tannahill, Jan. 23, 1780. 
Swearingen, Benoni and Elizab. Newland, April 1st., 1780. 
White, Robert and Katharine Philips, July 25, 1780. 

By Rev. Jonathan Rawtiouser, i 793-1 798 

Minister of German Reformed Church, 
Elizabethtown, I^Hagerstown] 

Adams, Thomas and Elizab. Greer, Dec. 9, 1794. 
Angle, Henry and Barbara Schnelby, June 2, 1794. 
Arnold, John and Mary Earhart, May 10, 1794. 
Baightle, Jacob and Polly Siegmund, Nov. 2, 1793. 
Balitel, Samuel and Christian Christ, Oct. 6, 1795. 
Been, Jacob and Fany Rohrer, March 27, 1798. 
Belsh, W™. and Elizab. Kershner, April 19, 1795. 
Bens, Adam and Catharine Stonebracker, June 28, 1795. 
Boshar, John and Elizab. Gerhart, April 24, 1798. 
Boyd, Joseph and Susana Haushalden, April 8, 1798. 
Brackonier, Jacob and Elizab. Hedrick, Nov. 16, 1794. 
Bragonier, George and Margaret Otto, Jan. 27, 1795. 
Brembach, Henry and Rebecca Renst, March 25, 1798. 
Breneisen, Joseph and Eleanor Miller, Dec. 18, 1797. 
Bruer, Henry and Christina Flick, Dec. 11, 1797. 
Bruner, Henry and EHzab. Hayns, Aug. 4, 1795. 
Campbell, Devault and Eliza. Hershner, Sept. 8, 1794. 
Clark, Walter and Eliz-». Gordon, Feb. 22, 1794. 
Cordel, George Martin and Ruth Hazlewood, Dec. 8, 1797. 
Deets, Christian and Cath. Osborn, April 19, 1784. 
Delaten, Joh. and Margaret Streiger, March 29, 1798. 
Dillman, Henry and Catharina Busker, May 25, 1795. 
Dougherty, James and Margaret Kee, July 8, 1794. 
Fore, Valentine and Elizab. Frederick, Oct. 22, 1793. 
French, Alartin and Mary Stoner, Nov. 19, 1797. 
Gelsinger, Mathew and Eve Cradel Dusing, Nov. 14, 1793. 
Gray, John and Cath. Hartshoff, Nov. 11, 1793. 
Gushwa, Jonathan and Cath. Muselman, Mch. 27, 1798. 
Hager, Samuel and Cath. Sackman, Mch. 6, 1798. 
Harris, Jacob and Ann Walgamot, Dec. i, 1793. 
Harrison, Daniel and Rebecca Hammit, March 19, 1795. 



524 MARYLAND RECORDS— WASHINGTON COUNTY 

Heiser, Jacob and Catharine Ott, Jan. 14, 1794. 
Helm, Thomas and Mary Knode, Sept. 15, 1795. 
Hoffman, Henry and Ann Gilbert, Oct. 25, 1795. 
Huffman, John and Lucky Schley, Nov. 16, 1797. 
Holmes, Henry and Christina Huckman, July 20, 1795. 
Hughes, John and Biddy Purcell, Oct. 3, 1794. 
Kay, John and Jennett Lowson, Dec. 7, 1793. 
Kershner, John and Mary Tooweiler, April 5, 1795. 
Lape, Henry and Catherine Grove, Aug. 9, 1794. 
Lockard, Saml. and Rachel MCormick, Mch. 5, 1798. 
Long, Christian and Elizab. Baker, April 19, 1794. 
Long, Henry and Rachel Lawrence, Dec. 31, 1794. 
Martin, John and Magdalen Johnson, Feb. 29, 1798. 
Mensor, Michael and Mary Beard, May 31, 1794. 
Milloskie, Stephen and Cath. Buckanan, Dec. 22, 1794. 
Nesbitt, Nathl. and Elizabeth Seibert, Feb. 4, 1798. 
Newcomer, Christian and Catherine Beard, Sept. 8, 1794. 
Neyhearck, Abraham and Civil Snyder, Dec. 11, 1794. 
Oldwine, Charles and Eliza Lottenbarger, July 5, 1794. 
Orendorff, Jacob and Susanna Miller, Feb. 8, 1794. 
Ott, Jacob and Mary Alter, April 21, 1794. 
Perrin, John and Mary Newson, June 14, 1795. 
Renst, Danl. and Elisabeth Rohner, March 25, 1798. 
Reudenauer, Henry and Sus. Heinsman [?], Dec. 17, 1797. 
Ridenour, Joseph and Ann Troxall, Jan. 18, 1794. 
Reudenauer, Saml. and Susanna Ott, March 6, 1798. 
Root, Jacob and Cath. Conrad, Dec. 14, 1794. 
Schnebly, Henry and Anne Beichtle, Dec. 13, 1793. 
Seibert, John and Cath. Shwab, Jan. 21, 1798. 
Shaneberger, Peter and Susana Schmit, March 25, 1798. 
Sigmund, W". and Catharina Deal, April 4, 1798. 
Smith, Jacob and Mary Harnish, Jan. i, 1798. 
Simpson, Wm. and Jane Thorn, Nov. 11, 1794. 
Small, John and Sarah Reidenauer, Nov. 21, 1794. 
Snively, John and Nancy Heegy, Oct. 22, 1794. 
Startsman, Martin and Susanna Mostiller, April 25, 1794. 
Steward, Solomon and Keziah Bantam, Oct. 15, 1794. 
Watt, John and Susana White, Oct. 8, 1795. 
Whitenet, Philip and Coly Heckman, Dec. 26, 1797. 
Winders, John and Elizab. Shaver, Aug. 18, 1795. 
Zook, Jacob and Eliza Hammond, June 12, 1794. 



MARRIAGES 525 

By Rev. George Schmucker, 1794-Nov. 1798 

Pastor of the Lutheran Church, Hagerstown 

Arnold, Henry and Mary Bauman, Sept. 1798. 
Backer, Michel and Mollena Hose, March 17, 1795. 
Beard, Michel and Hanah Horse, Aug. 8, 1795. 
Beck, John and Cath. Biard, June 23, 1795. 
Beorson, John and Mary Miller, May 2, 1795. 
Byerly, Joh. and Barbara Brendel, August, 1798. 
Caywood, Thos. and Sarah Mastaller, Dec. 1797. 
Charls, Andrew and Marg. Fogelgesang, May, 1798. 
Clapper, Frid. and Sarah Backer, April, 1798. 
Clarck, Allen and Sus. Swals, July, 1798. 
Confair, George and Eve Nonse, July 2, 1795. 
Coock, Hannry and Mary Schutz, Feb. 1798. 
Crisap, Thomas and Mary Briscoe, March 23, 1795. 
Cunningham, Francis and Margt. Hughes, Nov. 1797. 
Cunninghan, Jams and Fanny Startzman, May, 1798. 
Davison, Robert and Sus. Bonket, Feb., 1798. 
Dusing, Adam and Cath. Buzzard, Aug., 1798. 
Eakenberger, Walter and Susana Snider, Aug. 2, 1794. 
Erhart, John and Cath. Brendle, March 29, 1795. 
Ferrell, John and Mary Carvy, May 29, 1795. 
Firy, Jacob and Sus. Hortzman, April, 1798. 
Fogelgesang, Christ, and Sus. Arnold, Dec. 1797. 
Frey, John and Eliz. Sley, Aug. 25, 1795. 
Funk, Jacob and Susannah Rank, Aug. 20, 1795. 
Hadley, Richard and Sarah Jobson, June, 1798. 
HefHich, Jos. and Mag-^. Alter, April, 1798. 
Heysone, Nicolaus and Eliz. Flenner, Nov. 1797. 
Hocker, Andrew and Sus. Caw, Jan. 1798. 
Haushalter, Adam and Cath. Davis, Mch., 1798. 
Hyberger, Conrad and Cath. Wolf, June 25, 1795. 
Jabson, Jonadan, and Charity Walter, May 13, 1794. 
Kuhn, Leonhard and Eliz. Alter, March 20, 1795. 
Lane, Seth and Cath. Waltz, Jan., 1798. 
Liter, Abrah. and Elisab. Dusinger, July, 1798. 
Littel, David and Eliz. Wolz, April 30, 1795. 
M'^Cormick, John and Elizab. M'^Cormick, Aug. 10, 1794. 
M-'Danel, Richd. and Mary Boward, Nov., 1798. 
Mongand, George and Katy Haur [Hawe?], June 6, 1795. 
Musear, Hennry and Marg. Coon, Mch., 1798. 



526 MARYLAND RECORDS— WASHINGTON COUNTY 

Myer, Adam and Cath. Fritz, Nov., 1798. 

Oyer, Francis and Beggy Coock, Jan., 1798. 

Pender, George and Rebecca Alter, May 23, 1795. 

Pewagard, Robt. and Beggy Dowlor, June 4, 1795. 

Piwin, Isaac and Eliz. Pople, Oct. 1798. 

Reed, James and Cath. Ringer, April 17, 1794- 

Reynols, John and Mary Wolz, March 12, 1795. 

Riedenauer, Adam and Cath. Tice, March, 1798. 

Reidenauer, Danl. and Barbara Kershner, Mch. 1798. 

Scherch, Joseph and Eliz. Betzman, May 2, 1795. 

Scherrick, John and Ann Wayand, Feb., 1798. 

Schmelzer, Nedren and Cath. Cau, Dec. 2, 1794. 

Schock, Jacob and Eliz. Deal, March 20, 1795. 

Schwab, Michel and Polly Braun, Nov. 1797. 

Schupp, John and Eliz. Conrad, Nov. 1797. 

Sillinger, Andrew and Amelia Roberson (Berkly Co. Va.), May il, 1795. 

Smiser, Henry and Elizab. Weaver, Oct. 10, 1794. 

Snell, George and Rebecca Mallott, June 6, 1795. 

Spesserd, David and Eva Hoye, June, 1798. 

Startzman, Martin and Mally Keller, May, 1798. 

Strouse, Henry and Christena Clausbrenner, Oct. 6, 1794. 

Swingel, Benjn. and Eve Schmith, Nov. i, 1794. 

Tyse, John and Elizab. Kesecker, Nov. 16, 1794. 

Tyson, Benjn. and Margaret Morgan, Aug. 27, 1795. 

Waver, Frederick and Eliz. Maggin, Dec. 1797- 

Zimerman, Gottlib and Eva Hann, Feb. 1798. 

By Rev. Jacob Weimer, Sept. 13, 1777-OcT. 6, 1786 

Adair, W"". and Elisabeth Graham, June 17, 1779- 
Ancony, Henry and Susanah Jones, Aug. 19, 1793. 
Baher, Morris and Mary AUender, Dec. 15, 1777. 
Barid, W". and Dorothy Camrey, Oct. 3, 1785. 
Boohman, George and Eve Breheri, Nov. 22, 1777. 
Brewar, Peter and Mary Brooe, Jan. 5, 1785. 
Camror, Donald and Elisabeth Saus, Oct. 27, 1779. 
Carty, Michael and Martha Hewston, Aug. 25, 1779. 
Chamberlain, Jacob and Margaretha Deal, July 12, 1793. 
Chrissey, Jacob and Catharina Paulter, March 18, 1793. 
Cinkle, Jacob and Ann Lewis, Aug. 5, 1778. 
Coldwell, Joseph and Elizabeth Patterson, Dec. 17, 1784- 
Crabiel, Jacob and Mary Link, Jan. 3, 1778. 
Creichbaum, Philip and Catharina Jolly, June 3, 1780. 



MARRIAGES 527 

Cross, Peter and Susannah Cammerson, Sept. 8, 1778. 

Cross, Samuel and Ann Lewis, June 8, 1778. 

Curten, Peter and Mary Ward, April 3, 1778. 

Dougherty, Neal and Rachel Cross, March 3, 1778. 

Duml, Jacob and Elisabeth Hefleigh, Aug. 23, 1784. 

Elliss, Nicolous and Rebecca Karrick, Sept. 28, 1786. 

Ester, Peter and Elisabeth Kebber, July 31, 1779. 

Evans, Isaac and Mary Sboiwd, Sept. 13, 1777. 

Fervott, Peter and Dorathy Wales, June 15, 1779. 

Fields, George and Sarah Wade, Aug. 31, 1786. 

Finly, Willm. and Magdalena Borey, June 5, 1779. 

Gemtz, Willm. and Susannah Ross, March 16, 1778. 

Gole, Baker and Catharine Garehart, June i, 1784. 

Gripe, Saml. and Catharine Nesbitt, Nov. 22, 1782. 

Guin, Nicholas and Margaret Shoup, April 2, 1779. 

Hamilton, Robert and Mary Renwicks, Aug. 15, 1793. 

Hanch, James and Margareth M'^Carty, Sept. 27, 1784. 

Hartle, Peter and Elisabeth Reiter, Feb. 25, 1778. 

Hauser, Jacob and Mary W^ernerson, April 20, 1778. 

Haynes, John and Babera Baum, July 20, 1779. 

Hayse, Mosses and Sarah Daniel, Nov. 14, 1777. 

Hermitags, James and Elisabeth Lewis, July 6, 1780. 

Howher, Fridrick and Mary Tanner, April 17, 1786. 

Hyner, Henry and Catharine Divily, Sept. 27, 1784. 

Jamison, James and Sarah Ireland, May 3, 1784. 

Jolley, Thomas and Mary Deacock, Mch. 3, 1785. 

Kelly, William and Elisab. Wallace, Dec. 9, 1785. 

Kisinger, Devault and Catharine Weshenbaugh, Feb. 26, 1785. 

Lackland, Joseph and Ann M<^Koy, May 7, 1778. 

Lieter, Philip and Christinah Bower, Nov. 25, 1780. 

Lochman, Jacob and Magdalena Shneider, June 5, 1779. 

Long, Johnn. and Ann Bune, May 4, 1778. 

Long, Johnn. and Elisab. Shaver, Alarch 18, 1780. 

Long, Johnn. and Jane Helms, Nov. 19, 1782. 

Lower, David and Susannah Wiseheart, July 15, 1785. 

Lower, Johan and Catharina Shank, July 10, 1779. 

Lowrey, Andrew and Sarah Rippa, April 14, 1786. 

Lydey, Johan and Elisabeth Fortny, May 22, 1779. 

M'^Cray, George and Elisab. Brown, Dec. 3, 1793. 

M'^Croroly, Daniel and Sarah Reece, June 21, 1793. 

M'^Denal, Agness and Elisabeth Larr, Sept. 7, 1779. 

M'=Deneld, Alexander and Elisabeth Sinclair, June 6, 1779. 



528 MARYLAND RECORDS— WASHINGTON COUNTY 

McDonald, Kenith and Marg't. Davis, March 20, 1780. 
M^Lane, Hector and Mary Collins, March 6, 1778. 
M^Multy, James and Sarah Garrard, Aug. 27, 1779. 
Mantle, Christopher and Elisab. Sogston, July 20, 1784. 
Marks, Johnn. and Mary Mitchell, Jan. 18, 1780. 
Meek, Thos. and Martha Davis, Jan. 15, 1780. 
Menach, Isaac and Elisabeth Scott, March 11, 1780. 
Meridith, James and Isbell Hardesty, March 3, 1779. 
Miller, Abraham and Elisabeth Clapper, April 28, 1793. 
Miller, Adam and Rosanah Kershner, Jan. 24, 1780. 
Miller, James and Margaret Lowrey, Aug. 21, 1780. 
Miller, Philix and Mary Brie, Dec. 7, 1784. 
Miller, William and Frances Hyner, April 4, 1780. 
Mires, Mattes and Mary Webster, Sept. 18, 1780. 
Moolespaugh, Philip and IVIary Swank, June 4, 1779. 
Neighbous, Johnn. and Mary Deninson, Aug. 2[j?2> 1793' 
Nellson, Moses and Margaretha Thornton, July 8, 1784. 
Nicolson, William and Ann Nicolson, Feb. 21, 1785. 
Nox, William and Ann Casterlin, March 5, 1778. 
Oldwine, Charles and Mary Wyand, Oct. 16, 1784. 
Owe, Johan and Susannah Windless, Oct. 24, 1777. 
Patterson, W". and Phebe Daniel, Nov. 13, 1777. 
Pennybaher, W". and Mary \^erdie, Sept. 9, 1785. 
Phumener, Johnn. and Elisabeth Clarke, Feb. 24, 1784. 
Powett, Michael and Elisabeth Wise, April 12, 1793. 
Prutsman, John and Mar>' Heflish, Aug. 19, 1780. 
Rafenrider, Henry and Margaretha Chilling, Aug. 12, 1780. 
Raymer, Frederick and Elisa'^'. Jones, Jan. 30, 1778. 
Rellare, Jacob and Elisab. Rentch, June 2, 1786. 
Renner, Philip and Christina Hinesifer, April 16, 1780. 
Resley, George and Christina Bowman, Aug. 21, 1780. 
Robinson, W". and Margt. Russell, June 3, 1779. 
Ross, James and Rachel Davis, April 13, 1779. 
Ross, Samuel and Ann Trainer, June 28, 1780. 
Shauh, Jacob and Mary Sailor, March 12, 1778. 
Shank, Michael and Christina Gross, May 19, 1780. 
Sharpe, Joseph and Ann Nicoleson, Oct. 3, 1793. 
Sheets, Jacob and Elisab. Ruler, Aug. 23, 1785. 
Shimer, John and Sarah Walling, Nov. 17, 1793. 
Shipley, Richard and Eve Christine Crechbaum, Jan. 27, 1785. 
Shipton, John and Ann Cahace, Jan. 22, 1785. 
Shnebly, Henry and Catharine Fackler, April 2, 1793. 



MARRIAGES 529 

Shutt, Jacob and Elisabeth Miller, Jan. 4, 1793. 
Simpkins, W". and Ruth Wolling, March 20, 1780. 
Skinner, W". and Mary Montgomery, Feb. 20, 1778. 
Spears, Willm. and Sarah Miller, Sept. 10, 1778. 
Squire, George and Rebecca Queen, June 8, 1778. 
Stall, Henry and Rosanah Stample, April 14, 1780. 
Tizor, W"". and Elisab. Marten, Feb. 8, 1785. 
Traxler, Emanuel and Catharine Camerer, May 7, 1785. 
Tutwiler, Jacob and Cath. Cheney, Feb. i, 1780. 
Valentine, George and Mary Grove, May 15, 1786. 
Waggoner, John and Elisab. Litch, July 18, 1785. 
Walker, Peter and Elisab. Proce, Sept. 5, 1785. 
Wallace, John and Mary Alexander, June 7, 1779. 
Waters, George and Dorothy Bunn, May 4, 1778. 
Weis, George and Catharine Reiser, Sept. 25, 1779. 
Welch, James and Agness Lamson [Tamson?^, July 11, 1779. 
Welty, Christy and Catharina Yost, Sept. 8, 1778. 
Welty, Jacob and Elisabeth Shelter, Sept. 23, 1778. 
Werner, Henry and Susana Pragunier, May 28, 1779. 
Wharry, John and Jane Hanah, Oct. 9, 1780. 
Whitehair, Christian and Margretta Troy, Aug. 12, 1780. 
Wiler, Jacob and Elisab. Summer, Sept. 23, 1778. 
Williams, Alexr. and Deborah Cahles, May 4, 1780. 
Wise, John and Sarah Roberson, June 3, 1793. 
Wisnor, Jacob and Susannah Jolly, July i, 1780. 
Wotring, Abraham and Cath. Shnebly, Oct. 6, 1786. 
Wyond, Christian and Ann Mary Putnam, Mch. 12, 1778. 
Wyond, Youst and Mary Crebs, Dec. 7, 1778. 

By Rev. George Young, Aug. 15, 1777-DEC. 21, 1785 

Allison, Hughe and Sarah Scott, Sept. 24, 1778. 
Archibald, Willm. and Margaret Thomson, Feb. 13, 1778. 
Armstrong, David and Sarah Harris, June 30, 1779. 
Armstrong, Robert and Mary Starret, March 16, 1779. 
Baird, Michael and Catharina Walhem, Sept. 30, 1784. 
Bare, Conrad and Mary Whilhair, June 18, 1783. 
Barnes, Silvanus and Sarah Phelps, June 21, 1779. 
Basford, John and Elizabeth Taylor, Oct. 21, 1779. 
Beard, W". and Margaret Reynolds, Sept. 22, 1785. 
Berand, Jacob and Elisabeth Snevely, Sept. 17, 1778. 
Biddle, Thomas and Sarah Watson, May 14, 1778. 
Blare, James and Barbara Eliot, Dec. 3, 1778. 
35 



530 MARYLAND RECORDS— WASHINGTON COUNTY 

Boumgartner, Adam and Cath. Kershman, Oct. ii, 1779. 

Bower, Mosies and Catharine Pretter, April 18, 1778. 

Boyd, Wm. and Cath. Creamer, Apr. 15, 1779. 

Brees, W"". and Mary M'^AUen, June 27, 1778. 

Bridenbach, John and Mary Eliz. Frey, Sept. 13, 1779. 

Broden, Elder and Margareth Accony, April 9, 1783. 

Brond, Richard and Kezeeah Wells, Dec. 12, 1785. 

Brooner, John and Sus°. Delaughter (Frederick Co.), Oct. 9, 1779. 

Brown, James and Margaret Echols, June 12, 1778. 

Bryant, Joseph and Mary Brantner, Jan. 24, 1779. 

Cain, Hugh and Ann Reynolds, Aug. 15, 1777. 

Caldwell, Henry and Jean M'^Kesson, June 23, 1784. 

Callie, Michael and Mary Parker, Nov. 25, 1779. 

Campbell, Willm. and Mary Scott, Oct. 14, 1778. 

Cannady, James and Jane Ganniel, Oct. 19, 1784. 

Carlisle, James and Lucy Bond, July 23, 1785. 

Carson, Richard and Margt. Colliflower, Oct. 14, 1778. 

Carter, Robert and Jane Lee, Oct. 19, 1785. 

Charles, George and Elizab. Linder, Feb. 14, 1783. 

Church, Abraham and Hannah Wilson, May 12, 1778. 

Clare, Thomas and Jane Brown, May 13, 1783. 

Clarke, James and Margahrett Tumble [Jumble?], Apr. 20, 1783. 

Clarke, Joseph and Elizabeth Irvin, Mch. 27, 1779. 

Clarke, Robert and Rebeccah Beal, Nov. 29, 1785. 

Cochran, Robert and Mary Allen, May 28, 1778. 

Cochran, Samuel and Sarah Stuart, July 10, 1778. 

Counce, Henry and Cath. Ramback, Sept. 3, 1779. 

Cox, Charles and Judy Welch, June 18, 1778. 

Craig, Andrew and Margaret Hughes, Oct. 27, 1779. 

Cresop, Danl. and Elizab. Swearngen, Dec. 10, 1778. 

Crumley, Henry and Margaret Knepper, Sept. 25, 1779. 

Cunning, Alexr. and Ruth Mercer, Sept. 25, 1779. 

Custer, Jacob and Charity Boyer, April 29, 1785. 

Demsy, John and Ellenor Harrington, Mch. 18, 1779. 

Doherthy, Patrick and Mary Maley, June 10, 1778. 

Dorr, Michael and Mary Frey, Nov. 14, 1778. 

Dorsey, Lacon and Ann Shmid, April 23, 1783. 

Dowsy, Lakan and Elizab. Ingraham, Sept. 7, 1779. 

Dreyton, Samuel and Martha Carswell, Oct. 13, 1778. 

Eakle, Harman and Regina Salady, May 26, 1784. 

Eaton, Joseph and Jane Ramsey, Nov. 30, 1779. 

Ebert, Theador and Elisab. Crabor, May 15, 1778. 



MARRIAGES 531 

Eckels, W". and Mary Armstrong, July 6, 1779. 
Edmundson, Archibald and Blandey Sheen, Dec. 11, 1777. 
Edmundson, Archibald and Linda Barnes, Nov. 23, 1784. 
Ekel, Henry and Cath. Pavenberger, Nov. 22, 1779. 
Ekenberger, Jacob and Eve Croft, Nov. 26, 1778. 
Elder, W°. and Sarah Abraham, June 14, 1785. 
Emmerson, Thomas and Mary Downey, Nov. 12, 1779. 
Everet, John and Hannah Knockell, Oct. 27, 1778. 
Farmer, Henry- and Jean M'^Clan, April 17, 1778. 
Farrell, Thomas and Mary Nielly, Nov. 19, 1779. 
Fas, Joseph and Catharine Hargan, Nov. 3, 1778. 
Feichtner, Martin and Cath. Craft, May 25, 1779. 
Feigele, Peter and Cath. Flowd, May 23, 1779. 
Finney, John and Margaret Black, April 26, 1779. 
Foy, John and Rachel Fight, April 29, 1785. 
Frame, William and Elizab. Johnson, Nov. 24, 1779. 
Friend, Tobias and Margaret Harshberg, Nov. 2, 1778. 
Garvin, John and Jane Noble, Nov. 19, 1779. 
George, Joseph and Froney Miller, Jan. 10, 1778. 
Goodard, Valentine and Mary Basem Sneider, Oct. 6, 1779. 
Gordon, George and Mary Prathor, March 11, 1778. 
Grumm, Adam and Catharina Fleeger, Nov. 9, 1779. 
Hack, Jacob and Ann Mary Cramer, Nov. 10, 1778. 
Hammeslay, Garret and Comfort Simkins, Aug. 27, 1778. 
Handerson, Samuel and Jean Jordan, Oct. 30, 1778. 
Harre, John and Eliz. Saylor, July 4, 1783. 
Harriss, Nehemiah and Sarah Fletcher, Aug. 25, 1 777. 
Harriss, Richard and Mary Ann Strong, Nov. 24, 1785. 
Harvey, David and Margaret Bishop, June 8, 1778. 
Harvy, Henderson and Martha M'^Connell, Feb. 10, 1779. 
Harvey, Jacob and Mary Elizab. Saylor, Nov. 13, 1779. 
Harvey, Martin, Jr. and Susanna Saylor, Oct. 2, 1778. 
Hayes, Thomas and Rosannah Ransom, Jan. 12, 1778. 
Hefiflich, Valentine and Mary Ruker, Dec. 24, 1778. 
Heffner, Valentine and Barbara Miller, April 30, 1783. 
Hess, Henry and Mary Shaffer, Dec. 29, 1778. 
Hicks, Joshua and Jean Chambers, July 18, 1778. 
Hipsley, George and Margaret AUender, Mch. 21, 1785. 
Hoefiich, Peter and Margaret Geiger, June 25, 1785. 
Hogg, David and Mary Gibb, Mch. 4, 1778. 
Hogg, Michael and Elizabeth Woods, Dec. 2, 1778. 
Houser, Michael and Susannah Fritchie, Aug. 23, 1783. 



532 MARYLAND RECORDS— WASHINGTON COUNTY 

Hornish, Philip and Ann Matkins, Oct. 29, 1779. 

Huston, John and Sarah Morris, Mch. 10, 1779. 

Hyshel, Adam and Margaret Upp, Jan. 30, 1778. 

IHot, Elisha and Mary Gaither, April 18, 1778. 

James, Thomas and Elizab. M'^Fall, April 18, 1778. 

Karn, Philip and Mary Heflebower, May 22, 1779. 

Kegg, Henry and Catharine Miller, May 24, 1783. 

King, Peter and Elizabeth Mantle, Nov. 8, 1778. 

Kinkead, Thomas and Mary Mackey, Oct. 27, 1778. 

Kirkpatrick, Samuel and Elizab. Tomson, April 2, 1779. 

Kirkpatrick, Willm. and Mary Reed, April 27, 1785. 

Kenegam, Richard and Sarah Flemon, Oct. i, 1778. 

KHnsmith, Andrew and Barbary Wead, Feb. 6, 1778. 

Lackland, Elisha and Martha Swearingin, June 11, 1785. 

Lahm, Michael and Cath. dinger, Oct. 29, 1779. 

Levenstone, Christian and Ann Spangler, July 19, 1778. 

Light, Peter and Elizab. Friend, March 31, 1783. 

Linn, John and Jane Fisher, May 3, 1779. 

Linn, Robert and Elisabeth London, Sept. 15, 1778. 

Little, Joseph and Ester Beard, June 29, 1785. 

Long, William and Mary Hughen, Oct. 22, 1778. 

M"^Caine, Willm. and Ann Fugate, July 31, 1779. 

M-^Cartney, Willm. and Ann Wallace, Jan. 28, 1785. 

MClachey, Robert and Mary Wilkison, Feb. 14, 1778. 

MClennen, Joseph and Sarah M<'Culloe, Nov. 21, 1778. 

M<^Cletch, Robert and Mary Disson, Aug. 4, 1778. 

M<^Cormicke, Patricke and Margaret Nelson, July 15, 1784. 

M'^Coy, John and Rebecca Malown, Aug. 28, 1779. 

MCoy, John and Sarah Clarck, Dec. 16, 1782. 

M'^Conagy, James and Isabel Kersy, Feb. 4, 1779. 

M'^Cray, John and Peggy Connelly, Sept. 28, 1778. 

MCudle, Patrick and Peggy Hale, July i, 1778. 

M-^Gran [M'Graw?], Morris and Bridget Magrun, July 2, 1778. 

M'^Kenly, John and Mary Bryan, Feb. 18, 1779. 

M'^Kibbins, Joseph and Sarah Graham, June 24, 1783. 

M<^Kurdy, Alexander and Elizab. Henderson, Oct. 20, 1778. 

Maritze, Metsker and Sophia Ropp, Feb. 17, 1784. 

Marshall, James and Elizab. Paul, Sept. 25, 1779. 

Martin, Joseph and Ann CulHns, Oct. 29, 1778. 

Martin, Peter and Elizab. Stanfort, Nov. 18, 1779. 

Marvel, Samuel and Margaret Kelly, Oct. 13, 1779. 

Meyer, Peter and Catherine Schwazell, Dec. 3, 1778. 



MARRIAGES 533 

Miller, Henry and Mary Brady, March 8, 1779. 
MilHcan, Mark and Jane Campbell, Feb. 6, 1779. 
Minsher, Robert and Christina Hooper, Mch. 31, 1783. 
Moore, John and Ellener Moore, Nov. 3, 1778. 
Moore, Willm. and Mary Gafrey, Sept. 19, 1778. 
Moorhead, Alexander and Prudence Morrow, Nov. 20, 1779. 
Morgan, Nathal and Judith Leither, Sept. 27, 1785. 
Neeshton, James and Sara Steel, Feb. 9, 1779. 
Neigh, George and Mary Sailor, Nov. 15, 1777. 
Nisbett, Nathl and Elizab. Streight, Apr. 25, 1783. 
Nixon, Samuel and Catharine Bramann, Nov. 3, 1778. 
Oburn, William and Bethiah Cunningham, Jan. 13, 1778. 
Ott, Adam and Juliana Hidinger, Nov. 3, 1778. 
Pearce, John and Mary Bentley, Mch. 3, 1778. 
Persell, Abraham and Ann Ford, May 7, 1784. 
Points, John and Jean Slover, Aug. 27, 1777. 
Potter, John and Barbara Doreward, June 5, 1784. 
Potts, Richard and Elizab. Hugher, Apr. 15, 1779. 
Powel, George and Mary M'^Coy, Jan. 19, 1779. 
Prather, James and Ruth Crownover, Aug. 24, 1784. 
Prober, William and Mary Dyal, April i, 1779. 
Ray, Daniel and Elizab. Nicholson, March 25, 1778. 
Real, Joseph and Elizab. Newcomer, Feb. 4, 1785. 
Reece, Adam and Ann Margt. Neffe, Aug. 14, 1784. 
Reidenauer, Henry and Eve Ekenberger, Sept. 22, 1778. 
Reidenour, Nicholas and Catherine Tackier, Nov. 14, 1778. 
Rentch, John and Elizab. Caler, April i, 1784. 
Ricard, Peter and Mary Creamer, Sept. 2, 1779. 
Rice, John and Mary Johnson, June 7, 1784. 
Richard, George and Cath. Feltner, June 26, 1778. 
Richtels, Philip and Mary Cath Winyard, May 22, 1779. 
Rippa, Elisle and Elizab. Thomson, Feb. 20, 1784. 
Roach, Morris and Sidney Mackingty, Aug. 5, 1779. 
Roads, William and Elizabeth Fowler, July 3, 1778. 
Rodrock, Daniel and Elizab. Heflegh, Sept. 13, 1784. 
Rodrock, Daniel and Mary Norris, Dec. 2"], 1785. 
Rorer, Samuel and Cath. Cooper, May 17, 1784. 
Rutter, William and Anna Crumb, March 24, 1779. 
Ryan, Andrew and Elizabeth MCoy, Dec. 24, 1782. 
Salady, Melcher and Barbara Palmer, March 27, 1778. 
Salady, Philip and Christine Flikin, April 28, 1779. 
Savage, John and Mary Jackson, Jan. 29, 1778. 



534 MARYLAND RECORDS— WASHINGTON COUNTY 

* Schmid, Michael and Regina Fruit, May 2, 1783. 
Schyler, Ephraim and Mary Guttery, Dec. 17, 1777. 
Schyler, Willm. and Ann Murphy, Nov. 16, 1778. 
Scott, Henry and Mary Jones, Nov. 24, 1779. 
Shall, George and Barbara Waggoner, May 15, 1779. 
Shawl, George and Mary Creps, Nov. 11, 1782. 

* Smith, Charles and Mary Ringer, April 21, 1779. 
Shoeman, Thomas and Susannah Bowman, Apr. 19, 1783. 
Shrader, Henry and Catharine Knote, Nov. 25, 1779. 
Smortz, Abraham and Mary Rorer, July i, 1784. 
Snyder, Daniel and Cath. Sukwald, April 30, 1785. 
Speedy, Allen and Margaret M'Amish, Mch. 16, 1785. 
Stumph, Charles and Elizab. Beall, Sept. 6, 1779. 
Swales, Robert and Mary Lyton, Oct. 29, 1785. 
Sweny, William and Christina Horbach, May 4, 1779. 
Swingle, George and Pristine Houesholder, Apr. 23, 1778. 
Syster, Daniel and Hannah Camrer, Aug. 6, 1778. 
Teeter, Peter and Margaret Kister, March 24, 1779. 
Thomson, Alexander and Mary Craber, May 28, 1778. 
Thomson, Allexander and Ruhamah Chapline, Sept. 12, 1785. 
Thomson, John and Deborah Chapline, April 3, 1783- 
Wadd, Henry and Ruth Mellott, March 5, 1779. 
Waggoner, Christopher and Elisabeth Rue, March 18, 1779- 
Waggoner, John and Sarah White, Dec. 29, 1783. 
Wallace, Samuel and Mary Duffee, June 11, 1778- 
Walwert, Frederic August and Sus». Secrest, Feb. 15, 1778. 
Weave, George and Mary Elizab. Ichelberger, Jan. 15, 1779. 
Wells, Enoch and Elizab Watt, Mch. 19, 1778. 

Wells, Robert and Mary Downing, Jan. 5, 1778. 
White, Samuel and Mary Diven, Feb. 28, 1779. 
Willson, John and Rachel Magee, Feb. 27, 1783. 
Willson, Robert and Jean Elliott, Nov. 4, 1777. 
Wise, William and EUenor Perry, May 17, 1785. 
Woster, Robert and Mary Gorman, July 19, 1778. 
Young, Jacob and Attila Mony, Oct. 23, 1784. 
Zinn, Peter and Jane M-'Kall, Nov. 22, 1779. 



MARRIAGES 535 

St. Mary's County Marriages* 
By Rev. William Allen, of Georgetown, D. C. 

Davis, Alexander and Elizabeth Sedgwick, of Montgomery Co., July 7, 
1802. 

By Rev. John Bolton (Probably Roman Catholic) 
Mattingly, Edward and Martha Sym, Sept. 17, 1779. 

By Rev. George Goldie 

Barber, Elias and Elizab: Wainwright, Dec. 14, 1777. 
Bond, Will", and Mary Nevison, Feb. 28, 1777. 
Brown, Rob*, and Mary Ireland, Dec. 26, 1777. 
Buckler, Robert and Anna Bullock, Jan. 10, 1778. 
Carpenter, George and Catharine Maddox, July 14, 1777. 
Cook, Robert and Susannah Watson, Jan. 7, 1778. 

Evans, William and Bull, Nov. 16, 1778. 

Gardiner, Thomas and Henrietta Goodrum, Sept. 27, 1777. 
Gibson, Joshua and Mary Ann Anderson, Feb. 10, 1778. 
Lang, John and Dorothy Williams, Feb. 14, 1778. 
Long, Peregrine and Rebecca Williams, Nov. 12, 1778. 
Murphey, Zekhaniah and Elianor Gray, Jan. 6, 1778. 
Watson, Hezekiah and Susannah Pratt, Feb. 11, 1778. 

By Rev. Joseph Messenger, Rector of St. Andrews Parish 
Sissill, John and Eleanor Combs, Aug. 26, 1777. 

By Rev. John Stephen, Rector of All Faith's Parish 

Barnes, James and Anne Grimes, Jan. 18, 1784. 
Booker, Joseph and Eleanor Plummer, Jan. 3, 1778. 
Brawdy, John and Elizab: Davis, April 8, 1778. 
Burroughs Richard and Barbara Wilson, Nov. 9, 1783. 
Burroughs, W". and Susanna Dent, Feb. 9, 1783. 
Compton, Stephen and Abigail French Moore, Apr. i, 1784. 
Ewing, Nathl. and Catharine Reeder, Feb. 24, 1784. 
Gates, Joseph and Elizab: Jones, Aug. 31, 1778. 
Glover, William and Phebe Hutchinson, Dec. 16, 1783. 

*From "Maryland Marriages, 1777-1804," pp. 223-225, Md. Historical Society, Courtesy of 
Mr. Charles Fickus. 



536 MARYLAND RECORDS— ST. MARY'S COUNTY 

Harrison, George and Sarah Dent, Dec. i6, 1777. 
Harrison, Robert and Elizab: Douglas, Feb. 17, 1778. 
Herbert, James and Mary Marshall, Jan. 2, 1778. 

Hill, and Elizab: Miller, Sept. 2, 1778. 

Hill, Richard and Sarah King, Jan. 7, 1783. 

Key, Philip and Rebecca Sothoron, Mch. 4, 1778. 

Leach, Nehemiah and Elizab: Lyon, May i, 1783. 

Lippet, Notley and Ann Wood (Banns pub.), Dec. 2, 1783. 

Lyon, John and Sarah Thompson, Jan. 19, 1783. 

Mills, Charles Nathl. and Eliz''. Ryal, Jan. 17, 1778. 

Moran, Hezekiah and Rachel Lyon, Feb. 11, 1778. 

Moran, Peregrine and Eleanor Barber, Jan. 8, 1784. 

More, Thomas and Mary Burroughs, Feb. 23, 1783. 

Moreton, Joseph and Cath. Billingsley, Jan. 3, 1778. 

Murphy, Hezekiah and Mary Robinson, Feb. 13, 1778. 

Phillips, Henry and Elizab: Walker, Feb. 23, 1784. 

St. Clare, Bernard and Dorcas King, Dec. 24, 1778. 

Scott, James and Peggy Edwards, Nov. 18, 1783. 

Shamwell, Joseph and Nancy Billingsly, Nov. 20, 1783. 

Sothon, Samuel and Henrietta Bruce, Jan. 9, 1783. 

Suit, Walter and Susanna Davis (Charles Co.), Aug. 26, 1777. 

Swan, Henry and Ann Dyson, Dec. 29, 1777. 

Wood, Nathan and Elizab: W°. (Bann pub.), Feb. 23, 1783. 

Wyndham, George and Mary Cord, Dec. 11, 1783. 



MINISTERIAL RECORDS OF PRINCE 
GEORGE'S PARISH* 



* Rock Creek, pp. 370-409. 



" Register of Baptism 1792-1845. Prince George's 

Parish, Montgomery Co., Md. — with other 

Records — Mutilated Condition" 

Rev. Ch. M. Parkman wrote from Spottswood, N. J., Apr. 5, 1883, that 
he found this mutilated record, in 1883, in the garret of the Rectory. 
"My predecessor here was Rev. Lorenzo S. Russell and I believe he was 
once Rector of the Parish." " If you have examined it at all, you will see 
how valuable it really is, and also that in 'early days' there was a large 
work being done." 

The first 98 pp. are missing. Funerals, commencing on p. 99, Jan. 14, 
1796, extend to Oct. 8, 1814, and p. 103. 

Rev. Thos. G. Allen moved from Va., July 30, 1820, and took charge of 
the Parish. His entries for funerals extend from p. 104 to 108, and for 
baptisms begin on p. 196. This record extends to p. 211, ending with Nov. 
13. 1852. 

Rev. Levin I. Gilliss, Rector of P. G. Parish, gives his record of Funerals 
on p. Ill, extending from Apr. 7, 1830, to Aug. 26, 1832. 

Between p. iii and p. 112 a sheet of Marriages beginning Jan. 2, 1806, 
and ending 1813 has been inserted. These appear from an original record 
in the Md. Hist. Soc. to be residents of Anne Arundel Co. 

"Rockville, March 10, 1828. I hereby resign my charge of Prince 
George's Parish after having endeavoured faithfully to discharge the 
duties of Rector for seven and two third years. And may the richest 
blessings of Heaven descend upon the dear people: — May they thus be 
rewarded for all their kindness and affection towards me : — May they be led 
to select that faithful minister of the word who shall be the happy instru- 
ment of leading them in the way everlasting; and after all our wan- 
derings and trials here, may I be crowned with the great joy of meeting 
them all in that land of pure delight where Saints immortal reign. Amen. 
Amen. Thos. G. Allen." 

(Original Record, 1 792-1 845.) 

Prince George's Record, p. 416, contains this entry: "The first person 
baptized in the New Church at Rockville, Apr. 7, 1822. 

" Robert Henry Allen, son of Henry and Sarah. 

"Rachel, dau. of Jerry and Charity belonging to Dr. Bowie and Mrs. 
Middleton." (Orig. Rec, p. 199.) 



" In July following the above the Rev. Henry C. Knight of the Diocese of 
Mass. was elected to the rectorship which he held for one year." 

539 



540 MARYLAND RECORDS— PRINCE GEORGE'S PARISH 



"Account of Baptisms by the Revd. Henry Cogswell Knight, late of the 
Diocese of Mass., now Rector of Christ Church, Rockville, Prince George's 
Parish; and of St. Bartholomew's Church on Holland's River, Mont- 
gomery Co., Md." These records are upon pp. 212-214, Orig. Record. 

Knight, Henry Cogswell. This certifies that the subscriber, from the 
Diocese of Mass., came to Rockville about the middle of July, 1828, and 
was nominally appointed Rector of Christ Church, in Prince George's 
parish; and also of St. Bartholomew's parish, Montgomery county, Md. ; 
but that the choice of a Vestry having been neglected on the last Easter 
Monday, in both parishes, the election of the Rector could not be legally 
confirmed, in either parish, until some weeks afterwards, when, previous 
notification being given, the Vestry were chosen, qualified and confirmed 
the same according to law. Henry C. Knight." 

" I was ordained a Deacon in the Protestant Episcopal Church, by the 
Right Rev. Alexander Vietts Griswold, D.D., of the Eastern Diocese, 
May 6, 1827. 

I was ordained a Priest in the Protestant Episcopal Church, by the 
Right Rev. Henry Ustick Onderdonk, D.D., Philadelphia, Diocese of 
Pennsylvania, Dec. 20, 1828, Orig. record, p. 136. Henry C. Knight. 

June 15, 1829. At the end of the Annual Convention in Baltimore, 
which is to meet on the 17"' of this month, I shall resign the Rectorship of 
Prince George's and St. Bartholomew's Parishes, into the hands of the 
Vestries, affectionately committing the people of my late charge, both in 
temporal and spiritual concerns, to the mercy and love of God, through our 
Lord Jesus Christ. Henry C. Knight." 

(Orig. Rec, p. 213.) 
" On the 24th of July, 1829, the Rev. Levin Irving Gilliss succeeded Mr. 

Knight and served the parish until April, 1844. 
The Rev. Edward Waylen of the Diocese of Pennsylvania was next 

elected rector of Prince George's parish and entered on his duties June i, 

1844. 

In the same month the Rev. Orlando Hutlon, late rector of Westminster 

parish, near Annapolis, took charge of the adjoining parish of St. Barth- 

otomew's hitherto held conjointly with Prince George's." 

(Orig. Rec, 1 792-1 845.) 
Edward Waylen was Rector June i, 1844, and Geo. F. Worthington took 
charge of the Parish Oct. 6, 1845. 



Baptisms 



1792 

June 10, Spalding, John, of Elias and Agnes, b. Mch. 31, 1792. 

ID, Berynes, Eleanor, of Josiah and Rachel, b. Jan. 28, 1792. 

10, Austin, James, of James and Nancy, b. Feb. 10, 1792. 

10, Collyer, Ann, of Jno. and Mary, b. Apr. 19, 1792. 

10, Soper, James, of John and Rebecca, b. May 16, 1792. 

20, Brown, Eliz., of James and Ann, b. Mch. 31, 1792. 

30, Herbert, Anna, of Elisha and Margaret, b. May 17, 1790. 

30, Hall, Eliz., of Henry and Margaret, b. Aug. 23, 1790. 
July I, Brown, Airy, of Thos. and Sarah, b. May 4, 1792. 
8, Davis, Ann., of Jno. and Easter, b. Oct. 19, 1789. 
8, Do, Thos, of Do, b. Apr. 5, 1786. 

15, Chappell, John, of Thos. and Eleanor, b. Mch. 3, 1792. 

22, Long, Mary, of Saml. and Eliz., b. June 15, 1792. 

29, Dickerson, Ann, of Serratt and Eliz., b. Dec. 13, 1791. 

29, Warfield, Deborah, of Brice and Susanna, b. Feb. 18, 1792. 
Aug. 5, Beans, Noble Beall, of Jno. and Catherine, b. June 19, 1792. 

19, Summers, Mary, of Zadok and Ann, b. June 23, 1792. 

23, Ray, Lydia, of Joseph and Mary, b. May 27, 1792. 

23, Barrot, Joseph, of Edward and Sarah, b. June 17, 1786. 

30, Dowden, Zachariah, of Zachariah and Sarah, b. May 2, 1792. 
30, Swearingen, Benjamin, of W". and Sarah, b. Aug. 16, 1792. 
30, Harwood, Levin, of Jno. and Mary, b. July 3, 1792. 

30, Judy, Martha, of Geo. Jacob and Priscilla, b. Mch. 30, 1792. 
30, Lyles, Kitty, of Richd. and Eliz., b. June 8, 1792. 
30, Clagget, Ruth, of Ninian and Euphem, b. July 14, 1792. 
30, White, Nancy, of Walter and Susanna, b. — , 1790. 
30, White, John, of do and do, b. Oct. 1791. 
Sept. 12, Page, Rachel, of Jesse and Mary, b. Sept. 30, 1791. 
12, Warfield, Eliz., of Azel and Eliz., b. July 19, 1791. 
26, Magruder, Othello, of Walter and Margaret, b. — , 1792. 
26, Richards, Michael Letton, of W". and Tabitha, b. — , 1792. 
26, Wootton, Richd., of Richd. and Martha, b. June 22, 1792. 
15, Hardesty, Saml., of Robert and Eleanor, b. Aug. 12, 1792. 

20, Nicholls, Tomsey, of Henry and Nancy, b. Aug. 9, 1792. 
20, Greentree, Ehz., of Benj. and Mary, b. Aug. 11, 1792. 

Oct. 7, Orme, Eleanor, of Elly and Susanna, b. Jan. i, 1792. 

10, Lyles, Emma, of John and Cassandra, b. Aug. 24, 1792. 

541 



542 MARYLAND RECORDS— PRINCE GEORGE'S PARISH 



Oct. 



Nov. 



1793 
Jan. 
Feb. 



Mch. 



Apr. 



Thompson, Jas., of Jas. and Ann, b. Aug. 28, 1792. 
Iglaheart, Mary, of Jereh. and Mary, b. Apr. 23, 1792. 
Gaither, Henry, of Daniel and Henrietta, b. July 17, 1792. 
Thompson, Eliz., of Jno. and Rachel, b. Aug. 27, 1792. 
West, Ann, of Richard and Cassandra, b. Mch. 23, 1792. 
Selby, Richard, of James and Sarah, b. July 15, 1792. 
Nickson, Anny (Amy?), of Jonathan and Eliz., b. Sept. 18, 1792. 
Waters, Margaret, of Cephas and Margaret, b. Feb. i, 1792. 
Orme, Ann, of Elly and Susanna, b. Apr. 26, 1789. 
Shaw, Osbourn, of Charles and Keziah, b. Apr. 21, 1792. 
Evans, Priscilla, of Samuel and Rachel, b. Mch. 10, 1792. 
Letton, Martha, of Caleb and Mary, b. Oct. 3, 1792. 
Wilcoxen, Lloyd, of John and Ruth, b. Oct. 4, 1792. 
Lowrey, Edward, of W". and Lucy, b. Sept. 10, 1792. 
Lucas, Barton, of James and Mary, b. Oct. 3, 1792. 
Duvall, James, of Samuel and Ann, b. Oct. 28, 1792. 
Lanham, Jesse, of Thos. and Mary, b. Oct. 14, 1792. 
Collyer, Charlotte, of Jas. and Eleanor, b. Oct. 19, 1792. 
TurnbuU, James, of John and Rebecca, b. Aug. 28, 1792. 

MuUican, John, of Thos. and Leatha, b. Nov. 9, 1792. 
Hinton, Leatha, of John and Susanna, b. Sept. 26, 1791. 
Gaither, Greenburg, of Zachh. and Sarah, b. Dec. 3, 1792. 
Ray, Rachel, of Jno. S. and Catherine, b. Jan. 9, 1793. 
Armsey, Benj. Burch, of Jno. and Easter, b. Feb. 6, 1793. 
Burgess, Nancy, of Michael and Sally, b. Mch. 31, 1792. 
Walker, Mary, of Richard and Mary, b. Nov. 7, 1792. 
Anchors, Edward, of Snowden and Deborah, b. Oct. 21, 1792. 
Thompson, Eleanor, of Samuel and Ann, b. Jan. 20, 1793. 
Scrivinor, "Henna," of Philemon and Amelia, b. May li, 1792. 
Fulks, Solomon, of W"". and Mary, b. May 27, 1792. 
Linginfelder, David, of Valentine and Peggy, b. Sept. 3, 1792. 
"Janes," Elizabeth, of Edward and Martha, b. Jan. 29, 1793. 
Saffield, Cassandra, of Chas. and Sophia, b. Jan. 24, 1793. 
Claghorn, James Maxwell, of Robt. and Eliz., b. Dec. 5, 1792. 
Veach, W"., of John and Nancy, b. Feb. 26, 1793. 
Fife, Eliz., of John and Rebecca, b. Feb. 19, 1793. 
Read, Levinna, of Geo. and Rosanna, b. Dec. 22, 1792. 
Smith, W-". Morris Veach, of Geo. and Eliz., b. Jan. i, 1793. 
Day, Polly, of John and Lilly, b. Feb. 7, 1793. 
Tylor, Eliz., of James and Eliz., b. June 24, 1792. 
Mobley, Archibald Johnson, of W"". and "Chanty" (Charity?) b. 
Jan. 21, 1793. 



BAPTISMS 543 

Apr. 3, Wilson, Greenburg, of Ephraim and Mary, b. Oct. 23, 1793. 
3, Brown, Robert, of Frederick and Sarah, b. Feb. 26, 1793. 

3, Ellis, Joseph, of John and Mary, b. Sept. 29, 1792. 

4, Dickerson, Sarah, of Serratt and Eliz., b. Mch. i, 1793. 
4, Collins, Rebecca, of Elijah and Ann, b. Nov. 9, 1792. 

4, Burgess, John, of Richd. and Eliz., b. Dec. 1792. 

7, Prather, Ann, of Walter and Ann, b. Jan. 19, 1793. 
12, Ricketts, Sarah, of Richd. and Eliz., b. Dec. 18, 1792. 
12, Helt EHz., of Nicholas and Sarah, b. Oct. 19, 1792. 
14, Pierce, Walter, of James and Henrietta, b. Jan. 17, 1793. 
May 3, Magruder, Mary Ann, of Jeffery and Susanna, b. Apr. 20, 1793. 

5, Magruder, Susanna Talbot, of Geo. and Charity, b. Nov. 15, 

1792. 
19, Boyd, Eliz., of John and Ann, b. Mch. 14, 1793. 
June 20, Belt, W™. Joseph, of Joseph and Sarah, b. Apr. 7, 1793. 

23, Rawlings, Robt. Gordon, of Geo. and Martha, b. Apr. 30, 1793. 
July 19, Jones, Eliz., of Edwd. and Eliz., b. May 17, 1792. 

19, Beall, Thos. N., of Perry and Eliz., b. June i, 1793. 

19, Nicholls, Cassandra, of Daniel and Amelia, b. June 5, 1793. 

24, Beckwith, Eliz., of Geo. and "Leean," b. Jan. 31, 1793. 

28, Burns, Zadok, of Chas. and Ruth, b. May 4, 1793. 
Nov. 3, Anderson, Juliet, of Richard and Ann, b. Aug. 24, 1793. 

3, Martin, Juliet, of Honore and Sarah, b. — , 1792. 
17, Hawkins, Eliz. of John and Eliz., b. Oct. 5, 1793. 
17, Rawlins, John, of Thos. and Eliz., b. July 9, 1793. 
17, RawHns, John Hambleton, of John and Anna, b. July 4, 1793. 

1794 

Jan. 5, Holmead, James Beanry, of Anthony and Sarah, b. Sept. 12, 

1793- 
Feb. 2, Magruder, Jonathan Willson, of Zadok and Martha, b. Oct. 7, 

1793- 
Apr. 21, Howard, Lucy, of Thos. and Eleanor, b. Nov. 15, 1793. 
May 25, Lucas, Martin and Luther, of James and Mary, b. Jan. 12, 1794. 
June 29, Letton, Fielder, of Caleb and Mary, b. May i, 1 794. 

29, Swearingen, Benome Ray, of W"". and Sarah, b. May 28, 1794. 
July 20, Greentree, Mary, of Benj. and Mary, b. June 5, 1794. 

20, Beans, Dawson, of Josias and Rachel, b. Oct. 12, 1793. 
Oct. 5, Boyd, Reubin Tylor, of Benj. and Eleanor, b. July 3, 1794. 

1795 

Mch. 8, Dixon, Howel, of James and Jane, b. Jan. 25, 1795. 

Apr. 9, Bowie, Allen, of Thos. and Margaret, b. — , 1795. 

19, Summers, Mary Letton, of John L. and Anna Maria, b. Jan. 24, 
1795- 



544 MARYLAND RECORDS— PRINCE GEORGE'S PARISH 



May 



July 



Aug. 



19 

3 

17 

June 28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

28 

5 

5 

5 

9 

30 

31 

Sept. 20 

Nov. I 

15 

15 

1796 

Mch. 20 

20 

27 

31 

Apr. 22 

May I 

8 

29 

Oct. 8 

1797 

Mch. 30 

Apr. 2 

2 

30 

30 

June 25 

25 

25 

25 

25 

25 



Nicholls, Ann, of Simon and Barbary, b. Mch. Ii, 1795. 
Higgins, Mary, of Benj. and Matilda, b. Jan. 25, 1795. 
Wootton, Mary, of Richd. and Martha, b. Mch. 7, 1795. 
Redman, Aquila, of W". and Milly, b. Apr. 31, 1795. 
Butt, Azil Swearingen, of Proverbs and Rebecca, b. Apr. 24, 1795. 
Beckwith, Martha, of John and Martha, b. Feb. 27, 1795. 
Glaze, Anna, of W"". and Mary, b. Feb. 18, 1794. 
Glaze, Ruth, of W"". and Mary, b. May 17, 1795. 
Lanham, Cloe, of Hansy and Eleanor, b. Apr. 8, 1795. 
Shaw, James Pratt, of Robt. and Lucy, b. Apr. 12, 1795. 
Hardy, Sophia, of Baptist and Hester, b. Sept. 3, 1794. 
Magruder, Helin, of Walter and Margaret, b. — , 1795. 
Rawlins, Benj. Ray (Roy?), of John and Ann, b. June 30, 1795. 
Webb, Benj. Young, of Thos. and Mary, b. July 28, 1794. 
Wayman, Rebecca Ann, of Jno. and Cassandra, b. — , 1795. 
Hawkins, Nathaniel, of Jno. and EHz., b. Aug. 10, 1795. 
Pollard, Margaret, of Thos. and Rebecca, b. Sept. 28, 1795. 
Fish, Harriet, of Robt. and Elizth., b. Oct. 7, 1795. 
Beall, Cassandra and Talbot, of Perry and Eliz., b. - — , 1795. 

Beckwith, William, of Geo. and Anna, b. Jan. 22, 1796. 
Nicholls, Sarah, of Daniel and Amelia, b. Sept. 26, 1795. 
Holmead, Anthony, of Anthony, Junr. and Sarah, b. Dec. 25, 

1795- 
Martin, Sophia, of Honore and Sarah, b. Dec. 6, 1793. 
Walker, Jonathan, of Thos. and Hester, b. Mch. 29, 1795. 
Anderson, Richard, of Richd. and Ann, b. Jan. 11, 1796. 
Lucas, Mahala, of James and Mary, b. Jan. 21, 1796. 
White, Harriet, of Joseph and Lucy, b. Jan. Ii, 1796. 
Long, Eliz. of Saml. and Eliz., b. Aug. 24, 1796. 

Willson, Eleanor, of William and Ann, b. Jan. 21, 1797. 
Glaze, Mary Magruder, of W"". and Mary, b. Dec. 14, 1796. 
Pollard, Eliza, of Thos. and Rebecca, b. Mch. 5, 1796. 
Ray, Macia, of Benj. and Eleanor, b. Dec. 6, 1796. 
Summers, Caleb Letton, of John and Anna, b. Feb. 27, 1797. 
Clagget, Samuel, of Samuel and Anna, b. Feb. 8, 1797. 
Allison, Elisha Offutt, of Joshua and Priscilla, b. Apr. 21, 1797. 
Magruder, Townsend, of Ninian and Grace, b. Mch. 18, 1797. 
Smith, Charles, of Benj. and Eliz., b. Dec. 27, 1796. 
Duley, Thomas, of Barton and Martha, b. Apr. 11, 1797. 
Lansdal, Charles Gates, of Henry and Minta, b. May 27, 1797. 



BAPTISMS 



545 



June 25 
25 

July 9 

9 

16 

23 

30 
30 
30 
30 
Aug. 20 
20 

27: 
27: 
28, 

Sept. 24 
30 

Oct. 29 
29 

29 
Dec. 12 

27: 

27 

27 

31 
1798 

Mar. 18 

18 

18 

18: 

Apr. I 

I 

I 

I 

I 

15 
May 9 

9 
24 
24 

36 



Harry, William, of Richard and Rachel, b. May 10, 1797. 
Burress, Charles Wesley, of Thos. and Ann, b. Apr. 21, 1797. 
Beall, Alphe, of Basil M. and Eleanor Beall, b. May 21, 1797. 
Groom, Rebecca, of W". and Anna, b. Dec. 27, 1796. 
Ferrell, Delilah, of Zephemiah and Martha, b. June 13, 1797. 
Collyer, Othey Hambleton, of James and Eleanor, b. May 24, 

1797. 
Yates, David, of Samuel and Maryann, b. June 11, 1797. 
Lovejoy, W"". Alexander, of Alexr. and Amelia, b. May 15, 1797. 
Lovejoy, Thos. Anderson, of Alexr. and AmeHa, b. May 15, 1797. 
Barber, Edward, of Edward and Sarah, b. June 16, 1797. 
Prather, VirHnder, of Walter and Ann, b. June 21, 1797. 
Mills, Joseph, of Jesse and Ann, b. Apr. 20, 1797. 
Trundle, Lethe, of Thos. and Leah, b. July 16, 1797. 
Cathoon, W""., of Chas. and Ann, b. July 9, 1797. 
Beans, Henrietta, of John and Catherine, b. July 18, 1797. 
Lucas, Mary, of James and Mary, b. Aug. 20, 1797. 
Selby, Wesley, of Thos. and Sarah, b. July 31, 1797. 
Burrast, Aquila, of Peter and Mary, b. July 22, 1797. 
Dixon, Jesse Downs, of James and Jane, b. Aug. 6, 1797. 
Oneal, Mary, of William and Eliz., b. May 17, 1797. 
Madden, Martha, of Hezekiah and Anney, b. Oct. 14, 1797. 
Dowden, Juliet, of Massey Dowden and Archibal Dunn, b. Oct. 

20, 1797. 
Dowden, Lucy, of Zachariah and Sarah, b. Nov. 4, 1797. 
Lodge, Harriet Porter, of W". and Frances, b. Oct. 16, 1797. 
Deakins, Eliza, of Leonard and Deborah, b. Nov. 7, 1797. 

Taylor, Washington, of John and Ruth, b. Jan. 23, 1798. 
NichoUs, Dennis, of Thos. and Cassandra, b. Sept. 16, 1797. 
Gatton, Saml. Franklin, of Zachariah and Ann, b. Mch. 14, 1798. 
Rawlins, Mary Ray (Roy?), of John and Ann, b. Nov. 30, 1797. 
Allison, Lucinda Higgins, of John and Eliz., b. Jan. 22, 1798. 
Lanham, Thomas, of Henry and Eleanor, b. Nov. 14, 1797. 
Austin, Zachariah Offutt, of Zach. and Alarg., b. Nov. 30, 1797. 
Fisher, Thos. Lyles, of Benj. and Matilda, b. Jan. 14, 1795. 
Fish, Mary Jeanes, of Robt. and Eliz., b. — , 1798. 
Yost, Charity, of Philip and Melander, b. Aug. 17, 1797. 
Swearingen, Sarah, of Elemalech and Susanna, b. — , 1798. 
Clagett, Magruder, of John and Mary, b. Mch. 14, 1798. 
Magruder, W°. Willson, of Geo. and Charity, b. Aug. 25, 1797. 
Hawkins, James, of John and Eliz., b. Dec. 31, 1797. 



546 MARYLAND RECORDS— PRINCE GEORGE'S PARISH 

June 10, Swearingen, Obed, of Obed and Rachel, b. May 5, 1798. 

10, Hardy, W". West, of Henry and Frances, b. Dec. 23, 1797. 
July 7, Higgins, Ruth Wilcoxon, of James and VirHnder, b. June 12, 
1798. 
8, Beckwith, Ann, of Geo. and Leean, b. Mch. 24, 1798. 
Aug. 26, Sparrow, Harriet, of Henry and Anna, b. Apr. 12, 1798. 
Sept. 17, Jones, Henry, of Benj. and Margaret, b. — , 1798. 
Oct. 28, Anderson, Susanna, of Richd. and Ann, b. July 5, 1798. 
Nov. 18, West, Erasmus, of Thos. and Eleanor, b. July 27, 1798. 
1799 

Jan. II, Wade, Hilleary, of W". and Cassandra, b. Jan. 15, 1798. 
Feb. 12, West, Garey Davis, of Norman and Eliz., b. Sept. 25, 1798. 

26, Wade, Ann, of John and Elizabeth, b. Jan. 10, 1796. 

26, Wade, Jane, of John and Elizabeth, b. Feb. 12, 1797. 

26, Wade, Martha, of John and Elizabeth, b. Mch. 8, 1798. 
Mch. 13, Allison, Nancy Mancaster, of Joshua and Priscilla, b. Oct. 14, 
1798. 

17, Barrott, Ruth, of Alexander and Eleanor, b. Nov. 19, 1798. 

22, Linthecum, Sally, of Thos. and Ann, b. Sept. 13, 1798. 

24, Thompson, Robert, of Thos. and Margaret, b. Jan. 8, 1799. 

24, Robinson, Polly, of W". and Sally, b. Jan. i, 1799. 

31, Traill, Sarah, Perry, of W". and Priscilla, b. Nov. 6, 1798. 
Apr. I, Waymann, Perry, of John and Cassandra, b. Nov. 23, 1790. 

I, Waymann, Rebecca Ann, of John and Cassandra, b. Apr. 17, 

1794- 
I, Waymann, John War field, of John and Cassandra, b. INI ay 25, 

1796. 
I, Waymann, Francis Deakins, of John and Cassandra, b. May 14, 

1798. 
7, Holmead, John Buckhannon, of Anthony and Sarah, b. Oct. 14, 

1798. 
7, Willson, Kitty Harris, of W". Alex, and Sally, b. Mch. 1799. 
7, Parker, Augustin, of David and Ann, b. Feb. 7, 1799. 
7, Allison, George, of Greenburg and Joannah, b. Nov. 28, 1798. 
7, Collins, Harriot, of Joshua and Mary, b. Jan. 18, 1799. 
10, Willett, Ann, of Edward and Eleanor, b. Aug. 31, 1798. 
14, Ray, Alexander, of Benj. and Eleanor, b. Feb. i, 1799. 
14, Wilcoxon, Eleanor, of Jesse Junr. and Ruth, b. Dec. 27, 1798. 
14, Soper, Martha, of John and Rebecca, b. Feb. 20, 1799. 
14, Landale, Eleanor, of Henry and Minta, b. Apr. 14, 1799. 
14, Summers, Anna Maria, of John L. and Anna Maria, b. Feb. 8, 
1799. 



BAPTISMS 



547 



Kelley, John Duke, of Thos. and Mary, b. Nov. 28, 1798. 
Hays, Eleanor, of John and Susanna, b. Feb. 4, 1799. 
Selby, Virhnder, of Thos. and Kezia, b. Jan. 12, 1799. 
Steward, Eliz. of W™. and Margaret, b. Jan. 8, 1799. 
Culver, Samuel, of Henry and Mary, b. Nov. 15, 1798. 
Beall, Virlinder Susanna, of James and Mary, b. Mch. 21, 1799. 
Anderson, Robert, of James and Eliz., b. Sept. 10, 1798. 
Summers, Sarah Garner, of Paul and Sarah, b. Apr. 12, 1798. 
Holt, Lawrence Owen, of Lawrence and Mary, b. Mch. 17, 1799. 
Hardy, Mary, of Noah and Mary, b. Aug. 6, 1798. 
Fryer, Horace, of Walter and Margery, b. Nov. 24, 1798. 
Owens, John Candler, of Joshua and Mary, b. Mch. 20, 1799. 
Dav-is, Richd. Wootton, of Ignatius and Margaret, b. Mch. 18, 

1799. 
Lee, Amos, of James and Ruth, b. Mch. 31, 1799. 
Richards, Eleanor, of Jacob and Mary, b. June 25, 1795. 
Richards, Christiana, of Jacob and Mary, b. May 25, 1797. 
Richards, Mary Ann, of Jacob and Mary, b. Dec. 24, 1798. 
Magruder, John Willson, of Zadok and Martha, b. — , 1799. 
"Ran" (M<^Ran?), Eliz. Cartright M. of W». and Mary, b. Apr. 

24, 1798. 
Williams, Matilda, of James and Jane, b. Oct. 25, 1798. 
Crager, John, of Michael and Rebecca, b. Oct. 18, 1798. 
Higgins, Martin Fisher, of John and EHz., b. Nov. 24, 1798. 
Shook, Peter, of John and xA^rrana, b. Apr. 10, 1798. 
Mills, EHz. of Elias and Ann, b. — , 1799. 
Allison, Noah, of John and Eliz., b. Mch. 21, 1799. 
Oneal, Eliz., of John and Mary, b. — , 1799. 
Summers, Mahala, of Walter and Ursula, b. July 28, 1798. 
Prather, Walter, of Walter and Ann, b. Mch. 29, 1799. 
Israel, Rachel, of Robert and Mary, b. Mch. 28, 1798. 
Dorsey, Richard, of Lloyd and Ann, b. Apr. 18, 1799. 
Leeke, Cassandra, of John and Cassandra, b. Sept. 26, 1798. 
Holland, Eliz. of Joseph and Morana, b. Jan. 4, 1799. 
Warfield, Henry, of Basil and Maryann, b. Feb. 22, 1799. 
Young, Julian, of Nathaniel and Priscilla, b. Nov. 15, 1798. 
Boswell, Geo., of Nicholas and Rachel, b. Mch. 29, 1799. 
Sipe, David, of Christopher and Eliz., b. Jan. 3, 1799. 
Nicholson, John, of John and Mary, b. May 17, 1798. 
Johnson, Sarah, of Thos. and Dasky, b. Nov. 10, 1798. 
Lanham, Margaret, of Notley and Mariana, b. Feb. 27, 1799. 
Burgess, Ann, of Richd. and Eliz., b. Nov. 28, 1798. 



548 MARYLAND RECORDS— PRINCE GEORGE'S PARISH 



May 29 

29 

June 2 

2 



July 



28 
28 
28 
28 
31 
31 
31 
Aug. II 
II 
II 
II 

II 
II 



Walker, John, of Elisha and Eliz., b. Nov. 15, 1798. 
Grymes, Peggy, of Charles and Nancyann, b. June 9, 1798. 
Riddle, Matilda, of John and Susanna, b. Jan. 12, 1798. 
Lovejoy, Edward Horatio, of George and Rebecca, b. Dec. 30, 

1798. 
Wellen, Mary, of Amos and Linney, b. Feb. 9, 1799. 
Lodge, Lavellin, of W". O., and Frances, b. Jan. 4, 1799. 
Fish, Matilda, of Robert and Eliz., b. Apr. 29, 1799. 
Castor, James Shelton, of Vinsant and Hannah, b. May 6, 1799. 
Williams, Barbary, of Walter and Christiana, b. Mch. 27, 1799. 
Fields, John Riley, of John and Mary, b. July i, 1798. 
Fish, Ruth, of Francis and EHz., b. Sept. 27, 1797. 
Traill, Frances, of James and Maryann, b. Dec. 11, 1798. 
Harper, Lloyd, of John and Phebe, b. Feb. 21, 1799. 
Buxton, Juliet, of W". and Eleanor, b. Mch. 21, 1799. 
GrifTith, Eleanor Ann, of Henry and Mary, b. Nov. 17, 1798. 
Crocket, Charles, of Henry and Ann, b. Jan. i, 1798. 
Shoals, Kitty, of Joshua and Nancy, b. Nov. 1796. 
Duvall, Rector, of W"". and Sarah, b. Oct. 20, 1798. 
Vigal, Polly, of Adam and Nancy, b. Jan. 14, 1799. 
Veirs, Saml. Clarke, of Hezekiah and Ann, b. Aug. i, 1798. 
Beard, John, of Anthony Beard and Ann Moore, b. July 24, 1798. 
Groomes, Sarah, of James and Sarah, b. Mch. 15, 1799. 
Trail, Wesley, of Osbourn and Frances, b. May 9, 1799. 
Cashill, Polly, of James and Jane, b. May 9, 1799. 
Williams, Nancy, of Richard and Eliz., b. Jan. 7, 1799. 
Clagett, Thos., and Maryann, of Saml. and Anna, b. Apr. 18, 

1799. 
Cox, Eleanor, of Walter and Eliz., b. Sept. 21, 1798. 
Cool, Thomas, of Christopher and Sarah, b. June 8, 1799. 
Whalen, James, of John and Sarah, b. Oct. 27, 1798. 
Prather, Nancy O., of W". and Eliz., b. May 31, 1799. 
Hows, Clarissa, of Benj. and Mary, b. Dec. 15, 1798. 
Thompson, Milly, of John and Eleanor, b. June 18, 1799. 
Price, Hester, of Henry and Sarah, b. June 8, 1799. 
Gray, John, of Barney and Cassandra, b. June 5, 1799. 
Moore, Alexander, of Alexr. and Eliz., b. May 26, 1799. 
Stokes, Marsham, of John and Ruth, b. Mch. i, 1799. 
Willson, Thomas, "of Lancelot of Henry and Rachel," b. July 14, 

1799. 
Lucas, James, of James and Mary, b. July i, 1799. 
Williams, Harriot, of Zadok and Sarah, b. — , 1799. 



BAPTISMS 



549 



Scott, Walter, of Amos and Ann, b. June 7, 1799. 
Richards, Ann, of W". and Tabitha, b. July 29, 1799. 
West, Susanna, of Richd. and Cassandra, b. Mch. 10, 1799. 
Thompson, Patsey, "of WilHam and his wife," b. Apr. 17, 1799. 
Groom, Benjamin, of W". and Maryann, b. Jan. 8, 1799. 
Wootton, William, of Richard and Martha, b. — , 1799. 
Gardner, Mary, of John and Cassandra, b. Sept. 24, 1798. 
Catro, Rebecca, of Joseph and Mary, b. June 20, 1799. 
Selby, Peter, of Zachariah and Polly, b. June 16, 1799. 
Windham, Sarah, of W™. and Eleanor, b. Mch. 3, 1799. 
Young, Charlotte, of Adam and Rosenna, b. May 10, 1794. 
Young, Jacob, of Adam and Rosenna, b. Nov. 29, 1795. 
Young, John, of Adam and Rosenna, b. Dec. 28, 1798. 
Farrell, John Dent, of Zepheniah and Martha, b. July 18, 1799. 
Cooke, John, of Nathan and Rachel, b. June 2, 1799. 
Bealmear, Susanna, of Lewis and Eliz., b. July 27, 1799. 
Ridgway, John, of Richard and Henrietta, b. July 8, 1799. 
Magruder, John Willson, of Geo. and Charity, b. June 14, 1799. 
Tewill, Rachel Offutt, of Horatio and Grace, b. June 20, 1799. 
Lewis, Maryann, of Absalom and Susanna, b. June 30, 1799. 
Machall, Margaretta, of Leonard and Catherine, b. Apr. 2, 1799. 
Hardisty, Johnson, of Robert and Eleanor, b. Jan. 20, 1799. 
Beall, Polly, of Robert and Ann, b. Jan. 9, 1799. 
Free, Sophia, of Charles and Ann, b. Feb. 13, 1786. 
Free, John Read, of Charles and Ann, b. Feb. 4, 1790. 
Wells, Richard, of Nathan and Sophia, b. Aug. 28, 1799. 
Groome, James, of Richard and Rosanna, b. Oct. 20, 1799. 
Anderson, Eleanor, of John and Mary, b. Jan. 5, 1799. 
Fisher, Mary, of W". and Drusilla, b. Aug. 21, 1799. 
Wade, Mordicai Burgess, of John and Eliz., b. May 28, 1799. 
Ricketts, Mary, of Zadok and Ann, b. Aug. 6, 1799. 
Maddin, John Baker, of Benj. and Eliz., b. Apr. 13, 1799. 
Ricketts, William, of Nathan and Mary, b. Aug. 15, 1799. 
Smith, Susanna Kelley, of Aquila and Eleanor, b. Apr. 14, 1799. 
Baker, Lucy Edminson, of James and Eliz., b. Apr. 8, 1799. 
Hurdle, John Valentine, of Robert and Sarah, b. Apr. 6, 1799. 
Smith, Sarah, of Isaac and Deborah, b. Mch. 4, 1799. 
Dickerson, Susanna, of Serratt and Eliz., b. July 27, 1799. 
Smith, Nathan H., of Daniel and Anna, b. Sept. 29, 1798. 
Linthicum, Maryann Magruder, of John and Priscilla, b. Aug. 28, 

1799. 
Culp, Christiana, of George and Eleanor, b. May 10, 1799. 



550 MARYLAND RECORDS— PRINCE GEORGE'S PARISH 

Nov. lo, Stiles, Horatio, of Thos. and Jane, b. July 9, 1799. 

10, Perry, Priscilla Maria, of Erasmus and Eliz., b. July 23, 1799. 
10, Shoals, Agatha, of Solomon Shoals and Ann Robinson, b. Feb. i, 

1799- 
10, Oneale, Hannah, of W". Junr. and EHz., b. July 16, 1799. 
10, Glaze, W". Turner, of W". and Mary, b. May 30, 1799. 
17, Roby, Nancy, of Zadok and Eleanor, b. Aug. 26, 1799. 
17, Case, Eliz. of Israel and Margaret, b. Aug. 26, 1799. 
21, Mackal, John Dawson, of John and Eliz., b. Oct. 29, 1799. 

24, Cecil, Aiary Maria Ramsay, of W"". and Virlinder, b. Aug. 15, 

1799. 
Dec. 5, Watson, Ann, of James and Ann, b. May 31, 1799. 

5, Dorsey, Mortimer, of Richard and Ann, b. Jan. 24, 1797. 
5, Dorsey, EHz. Ann, of Richard and Ann, b. May 24, 1798. 

5, Dorsey, Caroline, of Richard and Ann, b. Dec. 3, 1799. 
1800 

Jan. 3, Plater, Thomas, of W". and Sarah, b. Sept. 23, 1799. 

3, Nicholls, Keren Happuch Burgess, of Archibal and Sarah, b. 
July 12, 1799. 
21, Roberts, Geo., of John and Eliz., b. June 13, 1799. 
21, Riddle, Sophia Porter, of John and Susanna, b. — , 15, 1799. 
Mch. 16, Redman, Sandy, of W". and Amelia, b. Sept. 9, 1799. 

25, Ricketts, Margery, of Robert and Kezia, b. Feb. 18, 1800. 
30, Collins, William, of James and Ann, b. Feb. i, 1800. 

30, Tucker, Sarah, of Levi and Susanna, b. Feb. 2, 1800. 
Apr. 6, West, Roger Nellson, of W"". and Ann, b. Nov. 2, 1799. 

6, Swamley, Sarah, of Jacob and Eleanor, b. Oct. 21, 1799. 
6, Fish, Francis, of Francis and Eliz., b. — , 1800. 

10, Austin, Baruch Odle, of John and Cassandra, b. Nov. 17, 1799. 

10, Austin, Enoch, of Zachariah and Margaret, b. Nov. 18, 1799. 

13, Culp, Geo., of John and Ann, b. Mch. 8, 1799. 

13, Fulks, Margaret, of W"". and Mary, b. Oct. 8, 1799. 

13, Thompson, W"., of Clement and Sarah, b. Nov. 21, 1799. 

13, Selby, Rebecca, of Thos. and Keziah, b. Feb. 28, 1800. 

14, Dixon, Eliz. Moore, of James and Jane, b. Oct. 2^] , 1799. 
14, Thompson, Anna, of Basil and Mary, b. Feb. 5, 1800. 

14, Maddin, W". Davis, of Hezekiah and Anna, b. Oct. 12, 1799. 
14, Deakins, W"". Francis, of Leonard and Deborah, b. Dec. 11, 1799. 
20, Drane, Anthony, of Anthony and Ann, b. Dec. 19, 1799. 
20, Willson, Mehala, of Lancelot and Amelia, b. Aug. 4, 1799. 
20, Davis, Thomas Truman Cecil, of James and Anna, b. Mch. 10, 
1800. 



BAPTISMS 551 

Apr. 21, Osborn, Eliz., of Archibald and Eliz., b. Feb. 14, 1800. 
27, Leach, EHz. L., of Jesse and Mary, b. Feb. 15, 1800. 
27, Hardy, Rachel T. B. T., of Henry and Frances, b. Oct. 6, 1799. 
May 4, Pelly, John, of Benjn. and Ann, Ij. Mch. 31, 1799. 

4, Carey, Benedick, of James and Lotty, b. Apr. 15, 1800. 
June 2, Austin, Margaret, of Hezekiah and Eliz., b. Nov. 17, 1799. 
2, Magruder, Eleanor, of Ninian and Eleanor, b. Dec. 14, 1799. 
2, Connell, John, of Philip and EHz., b. Jan. 10, 1800. 
2, Swearengen, Elizabeth, of Elemelech and Eliz., b. Feb. 15, 1800. 
15, Rawlins, Franklin, of John and Ann, b. Mch. 18, 1800. 
15, Waters, W""., of Basil and Ann, b. Dec. 28, 1799. 
15, Buxton, Britania, of Brooke and Sally, b. Feb. 18, 1800. 
15, Ward — "Children of John Ward and Mary his wife baptized 25 
Jany. 1800, Viz:" 

Eliz. Harriot Ward born 19 May 1777. 
Susanna Ward born 4 Feby. 1780. 
John Ward born 15 Mch. 1783. 
Edward Ward born 27 Augt. 1785. 
Daniel Morris Ward born 23 March 1788. 
Ulisses Ward born 3 Apl. 1792. 
22, Trundle, Sarah Shaw, of Thomas and Leah, b. Mch. 10, 1800. 
22, Trundle, Thomas Wood, of Thomas and Leah, b. Mch. 10, 1800. 
22, Willson, Margaret, of Nathaniel and Eliz., b. May 3, 1800. 
22, Sparrow, EHz., of Henry and Ann, b. Feb. 6, 1800. 
22, Free, Harriot, of John and "Turicia," b. Apr. 22, 1800. 
22, Moore, Juliet and Jason, of Barton and Priscilla, b. June 16, 1800. 
29, Burress, Mary Prather, of Zadok and Ruth, b. Jan. 3, 1800. 
29, Fray, Jerrard, of Joseph and Eliz., b. Nov. 26, 1799. 
29, Wilcoxon, Jesse, of John and Ruth, b. Jan. 3, 1800. 
29, Wilcoxon, Ely, of Thos. and Sarah, b. Feb. 15, 1800. 
29, Higgins, Barbara Lyles, of Benj. and Matilda, b. Mch. 30, 1800. 
29, Biggs, EHz., "of Ninian Mitchel and Sarah Biggs," b. Sept. 10, 

1798. 
29, Burress, James, of Thos. and Virlinder, b. Feb. 2, 1800. 
29, Lanham, Mary, of Hansy and Eleanor, b. Mch. 8, 1800. 
29, Wilcoxon, Ursula, of Jesse and Ruth, b. May 2, 1800. 
29, China, Eliza, of Shadrick and Sarah, b. Sept. 25, 1796. 
29, China, "Caty," of Shadrick and Sarah, b. Feb. 22, 1799. 
July 13, Selby, Eliz., of James and Sarah, b. Apr. 29, 1800. 
13, Benton, James, of W". and Sarah, b. Apr. 2, 1800. 
13, Ford, Eleanor, of John and Eliz., b. May 2, 1800. 
17, Austin, Warren Burgess, of Thos. and Eliz., b. Mch. 7, 1800. 



552 MARYLAND RECORDS— PRINCE GEORGE'S PARISH 

July 17, Morgan, Harriet Ridgway, of Richd. and Eleanor, b. Mch. 27, 
1798. 
17, Morgan, Aquila Ridgway Duval, of Richd. and Eleanor, b. June 

14, 1800. 
17, "MCoy," Thomas, of James and Eliz., b. Nov. 1799. 
17, Steel, W""., of W". and Mary, b. Nov. 28, 1799. 
17, Cox, Caty Catroe, of Walter and Eliz., b. Mch. 25, 1800. 
17, Crown, Saml., of Gerrard and Dolly, b. Mch. 13, 1800. 
17, Higgins, Matilda, of John and Eliz., b. May 17, 1800. 
17, Adams, Sally, of John and Eleanor, b. Mch. 7, 1800. 
27, Fife, John, of John and Rebecca, b. May 12, 1800. 
Aug. 3, Swan, W"., of Henry and Lementer, b. May 18, 1800. 
3, Brown, Sarah, of Nehemiah and Mary, b. July 1800. 
3, Beall, Washington, of Robt. B. and EHz., b. Mch. i, 1800. 
10, Speats, Benj. Allison, of W". and Priscilla, b. June 26, 1800. 
10, Harry, George, of Richard and Rachel, b. June 15, 1800. 
10, Mills, Benj., of Elias and Ann, b. June 12, 1800. 
31, Willson, W"". Murdock Beall, of Thos. and. Rebecca, b. Apr. 17, 

1800. 
31, Groomes, Thos. Selby, of Richd. and Rosetta, b. May 6, 1800. 
Sept. 7, Saffield, John Scager, of Charles and Sophia, b. Jan. 23, 1800. 
7, Hartlove, Mary, of John and Eliz., b. Sept. 5, 1799. 
7, Bryan, Ezekiel Orrick, of James and Ann, b. Aug. 16, 1799. 
14, Talbot, Anna, of Charles and Mary, b. July 1800. 
14, Ridgway, James, of James and Rebecca, b. June 4, 1800. 
14, Osbourn, Harriot, of Leonard P. and Sarah, b. Feb. 12, 1800. 
Oct. 9, Harbin, W"., of EHas and Darcus, b. June 7, 1799. 

31, Martin, Mary, of Honore and Sarah, b. July 23, 1799. 
Nov. 2, Golden, Susanna, of Saml. and Sarah, b. Apr. 11, 1800. 
2, West, Caroline, of Ignatius and Ann, b. Sept. 18, 1800. 
2, Linch, Patrick, of Patrick and Eliz. b. June 21, 1800. 
2, Swearingen, Levy, of Thos. and Eliz., b. July 8, 1800. 
2, Bolton, John Bailey, of James and Abnea, b. Aug. 28, 1800. 
2, Grymes, Mary Eleanor, of George and Eliz., b. Oct. 12, 1799. 
2, Steel, Mary, of Joseph and Ann, b. Oct. 9, 1799. 
2, Right, Jane, of John and Eliz. b. June 15, 1800. 
2, Right, Lurana, of John and Eliz., b. June 15, 1800. 
2, Hurley, Obed, of John and Eliz., b. Aug. 24, 1800. 
9, Summers, Aletha, of Alexr. and Mary, b. Feb. I, 1799. 
9, Lord, Samuel, of Thos. and Rebecca, b. July 4, 1800. 
9, Summers, Turesa, of Zadok and Ann, b. June 27, 1800. 
9, Hempston, Nathaniel Thompson, of W"". and Susanna, b. July 
24, 1800. 



BAPTISMS 553 

Nov. 9, Windle, W"., of Caleb and Martha, b. Sept. 7, 1800. 

9, M'^EUwaine, Joseph, of John Sampson and Frances, b. July 4, 
1800. 
23, Hardy, Essea, of Baptist and Essea, b. Oct. 30, 1800. 
23, Swearingen, Martha, of Obed and Rachel, b. Sept. 22, 1800. 

23, James, Henry and Eliza, of James and Ann, b. Nov. 9, 1800. 
27, Hardy, Eleanor, of Noah and Mary, b. July 25, 1800. 

30, Robinson, Benj., of Benj. and Sarah, b. Oct. 11, 1800. 

Dec. 7, Tracy, Thomas, of Philip and Mary, h. Aug. 12, 1800. 

7, Lloyd, Samuel, of Saml. and Jane, b. Oct. 25, 1800. 

7, Vermillion, Robert, of W". and Eliz., b. Sept. 4, 1800. 

7, Ramsay, Eliz., of W"". and Margaret, b. Nov. 7, 1800. 

7, Welling, Nelly, of Amasa and Virlinder, b. July 2, 1800. 
16, Porter, Caty Heiter, of Edvvd. and Mary, b. Nov. 2, 1800. 

16, Offutt, Rezin Ray (Roy?), of Saml. and Eliz., b. Sept. 2, 1800. 
21, Chambers, Singleton, of John and Mary, b. May 23, 1800. 

21, Traill, W™. Tomson, of Osbourn and Frances, b. Sept. 7, 1800. 
30, Gardner, James, of John and Cassandra, b. Sept. 24, 1800. 

1801 

Jan. I, Lowry, James, of W"". and Rebecca, b. June 20, 1800. 

18, CoUings, Thomas, of Zachariah and Darky, b. Nov. 2, 1800. 
Feb. 5, Lodge, Caroline, of W"". Junr. and Frances, b. June 27, 1800. 
5, Porter, Washington, of Nathan and Pamelia, b. May 8, 1800. 

8, Holmead, Geo., of Anthony and Sarah, b. Jan. 3, 1801. 
8, Hughes, Harriot, of Henry and Rebecca, b. Dec. 3, 1800. 

17, Oflfutt, Mordicai Burgess, of Baruch and Virlinder, b. Nov. 29, 

1799. 
17, Offutt, W". Magruder, of Baruch and Virlinder, b. Jan. 7, 1801. 
17, Wade, Eliza, of John and EHz., b. June 8, 1800. 

24, Beckwith, "Oratio," of George and Lean, b. Jany. 18, 1801. 
Mch. I, Chamberlan, Matthias, of Josias and Susanna, b. Dec. 12, 1800. 

I, Cecil, Maryann, of Thomas and Deborah, b. Dec. 7, 1800. 
15, Stewart, W»., of W"^. and Margaret, b. Oct. 27, 1800. 
15, Linthicum, Ruth, of Thos. and Ann, b. Oct. 27, 1800. 

22, Talbot, Thos., of Levin and Minna, b. Oct. 25, 1800. 
22, Collins, Isaac, of Joshua and Mary, b. Jan. 25, 1801. 

Apr. 5, Magruder, Rebecca, of James and Eliz., b. Dec. 26, 1800. 

11, Gatton, Carleton Ray, of Thos. and Ruth, b. Jan. 24, 1801. 

12, Godfrey, Francis Deakins, of W"". and Eliz., b. Feb. 7, 1801. 
May 3, Belt, Thos. Jefferson, of Benj. and Keziah, b. July 5, 1793. 

3, Belt, Eliz., of Benj. and Keziah, b. May 30, 1796. 

3, Lashly, Margaret, of John Jaquet and Eleanor, b. Sept. 25, 1800. 



554 MARYLAND RECORDS— PRINCE GEORGE'S PARISH 

May 10, Prather, Washington Swearingen, of Baruch and Cassandra, b. 

Mch. 2, i8oi. 
lo. Cool, Mary, of Christopher and Sarah, b. Jan. 17, 1801. 
10, Greentree, Asa, of Benj. and Mary, b. Feb. 8, 1801. 
10, Allison, Luraner, of John and Eliz., b. Dec. 4, 1800. 
10, Willett, Carleton, of Edwd. and Eleanor, b. Jan. 12, 1801. 
ID, Smith, Gerrard, of Aquila and Eleanor, b. Dec. 18, 1800. 
10, Allison, Christian, of Joshua and Priscilla, b. Oct. 29, 1800. 
10, Soper, Luraner, of John and Rebecca, b. Feb. 21, 1801. 
17, Rawlins, Harriot, of Thos. and Eliz., b. Feb. 2, 1801. 
17, Jones, Sarah Tompson, of Nathan and Britania, b. Nov. 7, 1800. 
24, Mullican, Basil, of Basil and Hannah, b. Feb. 21, 1800. 
24, Martling, Geo. Wash., of Jas. (L?) and Mary, b. Apr. 9, 1801. 
24, Waggoner, Kitty, of Jacob Dawson and Susanna Waggoner, b. 

Dec. 1800. 
24, Williams, Nancy, of Zadok and Sally, b. Oct. 25, 1800. 
24, Ball, Maryann, of Richd. and Eleanor, b. Mch. 25, 1801. 
24, Barner, Trase Ann, of Greenburg and Joanna, b. Feb. 12, 1801. 
31, Perry, Caroline, of Erasmus and Eliza, b. Jan. 23, 1801. 
31, Pollard, Priscilla Johns, of Thos. and Rebecca, b. Dec. 24, 1800. 
31, Garrot, W"., of Thos. and Eliz., b. Mch. 11, 1801. 
31, Oneal, Burgess Evins, of John and Mary, b. Dec. 26, 1800. 
31, Griffith, Eliz. Ridgely, of Joshua and Eliz., b. Sept. 7, 1799. 
31, Gaither, Maria, of Frederick and Jane, b. Feb. 27, 1801. 
31, Carr, John, of Benj. and Priscilla, b. Sept. 20, 1800. 
31, Gaither, Saml. Riggs, of Danl. and Henrietta, b. Jan. 2, 1800, 
31, Gne (Gue?), Ruth, of Joseph and Anna, b. Jan. 5, 1800. 
31, Dorsey, Anna, of Aquila and Nancy, b. Dec. 10, 1797. 
31, Riggs, Saml., of Thos. and Mary, b. Aug. 20, 1800. 
31, Gne (Gue?), Hezekiah, of Saml. and Rachel, b. Oct. 22, 1800. 
31, Anderson, Mary, of David and Mary, b. Sept. 15, 1800. 
31, Corcoran, Sarah, of Joshua and Sarah, b. May 15, 1799. 
31, Summers, Samuel, of Paul and Sarah, b. Oct. 15, 1800. 
31, Brown, John, of Jacob and Mary, b. Oct. 12, 1800. 
31, Merich, Rachel Purnal, of Michael and Virlinder, b. Mch. 14, 

1800. 
31, Shekels, John, of John and Ruth, b. Oct. 4, 1800. 
31, Griffith, Israel, of Samuel and Ruth, b. Aug. 17, 1799. 
31, Griffith, Jefferson, of Samuel and Ruth, b. Mch. 16, 1801. 
31, Dorsey, Richd. Stringer, of John and Eliz., b. Oct. 13, 1800. 
June 14, Willson, Susanna Maria, of Lancelot and Rachel, b. Dec. 19, 

1800. 



BAPTISMS 555 

June 14, Summers, Maryann, of John and Cloe, b. Feb. 5, 1801. 
14, Johnson, Reubin, of Thos. and Darcus, b. Apr. 27, 1801. 
14, Thompson, Mahala, of Thos. and Margaret, b. Mch. 18, 1801. 
14, Castor, Vinson Warren, of Vinson and Hannah, b. Mch. 12, 1801. 
14, Yost, Mary, of PhiHp and Melander, b. Feb. 20, 1801. 
14, West, Henry, of Thos. and Eleanor, b. Mch. 29, 1801. 
14, Hoskinson, Alfred, of Elisha and Rebecca, b. Jan. 9, 1801. 
14, Lanham, Tabitha Wheat, of John and Lucy, b. Feb. 8, 1801. 
14, Miers, Lawson, of Solomon and Charlotte, b. Aug. 20, 1800. 
14, MuUican, John, of Walter and Eliza, b. Sept. 23, 1800. 
14, Wright, Ann, of James and Eliz., b. Jan. 18, 1799. 
14, Cecil, James, of Richard and Charlotte, b. Feb. 3, 1801. 
July 5, Deblois, Lewis, of Lewis and Ruth Hooper Deblois, b. May 22, 

1801. 
5, Garey, Amos, of Everard and Ann, b. Feb. 22, 1801. 
9, Davis, Frances Rebecca, of Ignatius and Margaret, b. Dec. 14, 

1800. 
12, Anderson, Alfred, of Richd. and Ann, b. Sept. 2, 1801. 
12, Darnall, Eleanor, of Thos. and Henrietta, b. May 31, 1801. 
12, Orme, Bennet Brooke, of Nathan and Polly, b. Jan. 13, 1801. 
12, Thompson, Eliz. Bain, of W". and Patsy, b. Feb. 18, 1801. 
12, Williams, John Hugh, of Walter and Christianna, b. Apr. 27, 

1801. 
12, Lee, W™., of David and Anna, b. May 27, 1801. 

12, Williams, Maria, of James and Jane, b. Apr. 23, 1801. 
Aug. 2, Fisher, Barbara, of W". and Drucilla, b. Apr. 24, 1801. 

2, Austin, Helen, of John and Cassandra, b. Feb. 26, 1801. 

9, Stewart, Thos. Hanson, of James and Grace, b. Oct. 6, 1799. 

9, Roberts, Mahala, of John and Eliz., b. Feb. 7, 1801. 
23, Easton, Polly, of Augustine and Sally, b. Mch. 29, 1801. 
30, Downes, Alfred, of W". and Cassandra, b. May i, 1801. 
30, Carey, John, of James and Charlotte, b. Apr. 28, 1801. 
Sept. 5, Belt, William, of James and Eleanor, b. May 19, 1801. 

5, Arnold, Cassandra, of Thos. and Mary, b. May 22, 1801. 

5, Shaw, Harriot, of Rezin and Amma, b. July 2, 1801. 

6, Meran, Susanna Edwards, of W"". and Mary, b. Dec. 26, 1800. 

13, Maddin, Zedekiah, of Hezekiah and Ammy, b. — , 1801. 
20, Traill, W""., of W". and Priscilla, b. July 7, 1801. 

27, Beall, Robert Berry, of Robert B. and Eliz., b. June 10, 1801. 
Oct. 10, Richards, Anna Maria, of W". and Tabitha, b. Aug. 16, 1801. 
10, Osbourn, W"". Thrasher, of Leonard and Sarah, b. Aug. 15, 1801. 
10, Cooke, Zadok Magruder, of Nathan and Rachel, b. July i, 1801. 



556 MARYLAND RECORDS— PRINCE GEORGE'S PARISH 

Oct. 10, Summers, Reubin, of John L. and Anna Maria, b. Aug. ii, i8oi. 

lo, Cahell (Carhell?), Geo., of James and Jane, b. Apr. 24, 1801. 

10, Magruder, Anna Eleanora, of Geo. and Charity, b. July 7, 1801. 

10, Bealmeer, Caroline, of Lewis and Eliz., b. — , 1801. 

10, Beall, James Wash., of James and Mary, b. Aug. 11, 1801. 

10, Parker, Anna, of Thos. and Mary, b. Mch. 3, 1801. 

10, Page, Alexander, of Francis and Cassandra, b. Dec. 23, 1800. 

10, Deakins, Leonard Marbury, of Leonard and Deborah, b. July 5, 
1801. 

10, Davis, John, of John and Ann, b. Sept. 18, 1801. 

10, Janes, Masham, of Edwd. and Martha, b. July 21, 1801. 

10, Moran, W™., of Peregrine and Eleanor, b. Oct. 3, 1801. 

27, Belt, Sarah Ann, of Cartlon and Eliz., b. June 3, 1801. 
Nov. I, Nicholls, W"". Mackay, of Thos. and Priscilla, b. Jan. 28, 1801. 

15, West, Maria, of W". and Ann, b. Aug. 10, 1801. 

15, Henderson, Richd., of John and Lydia, b. July 3, 1801. 

15, Grainger, W"., of Jonathan and Ann, b. Aug. 9, 1801. 

15, Maddin, Eliza, of Benj. and Eliz., b. May 15, 1801. 

15, Anderson, Harriot, of John and Mary, b. May 4, 1801. 

15, Wilcoxon, Ruth, of Thos. H. and Sarah, b. July 31, 1801. 

15, "MCoy," Turner, of James and Eliz., b. May 2, 1801. 

15, Beall, Edward Brooke, of Upton and Matilda, b. Mch. 19, 1801. 
Dec. 16, Walker, James Warren, of Elisha and Sarah, b. Sept. 30, 1799. 

16, Shekells, Susanna, of John and Ruth, b. Oct. 19, 1798. 

16, Cecil, Sabret Henry Willson, of W". and Virlinder, b. Sept. 27, 

1801. 
16, Thompson, Eliza, of Richd. and Eliz. b. May 28, 1801. 



RECORD OF MARRIAGES AND FUNERALS 557 

Record of Marriages and Funerals — Rev. Thomas 
Read, 1796-1808* 

"One of the most historical of the early parishes is Prince George, 
commonly known as Rock Creek Parish. It was erected in 1726, and 
embraced within its limits all the territory lying between the Potomac and 
Patuxent Rivers, and the eastern branch and a line drawn from thence to 
the Patuxent and extending westward to the westerly bounds of the 
Province ; thus including not only a part of the District of Columbia, but 
Georgetown and all the Counties of Western Maryland ; and from it all the 
parishes now within that domain were originally carved, or are the result 
of subdivisions." 

"The first Rector of the parish was the Rev. George Murdoch, who was 
commissioned by Gov. Charles Calvert, in Dec, 1726, and who officiated 
for thirty-four years, and until his death, in 1761. He was followed by 
Rev. Alexander Williamson, who served fourteen years, and was succeeded 
by the Rev. Thomas Read, who had previously been Curate of the parish, 
and also Rector of St. Anne's, Annapolis. He was inducted in 1777, and 
continued to be Rector of the parish thirty-four years, when he resigned. 
During Mr. Read's pastorate of Rock Creek Parish, he kept a record of the 
marriages performed by him within the parish, and as well also a necrology 
covering the same period. A part of this record has been preserved — 
from 1796 to 1808 inclusive. After the death of Mr. Read it came into 
possession of his son, the late Robert Read, of Cumberland, after whose 
demise it was presented by his widow, Sarah Johns Read ^through James 
Walter Thomas] to the Md. Hist. Soc. This old record is singularly 
valuable, not only because of the large area covered by the parish, em- 
bracing, even at that date, nearly the whole of Montgomery County, but 
more especially by reason of the fact that the Montgomery records do not 
begin until 1798, and the necrology of the County being exceedingly 

meagre and limited. this marriage record is somewhat more 

comprehensive than the Montgomery records even after the latter were 
started, as it is not confined to marriges performed by license issued in 
that county, as are its records." 

* Quoted from "Chronicles oj Colonial Maryland; Thomas, pp. 208-217." The source of the 
marriage and funeral record of Rev. Thos. Read is the original volume from which Mr. Richard 
Henry Spencer, Cor. Secy. Md. Historical Society, kindly caused the entire records to be tran- 
scribed and compared. 



558 MARYLAND RECORDS— MONTGOMERY COUNTY, 1796 



Jan. 


12, 


Feb. 


2, 




9- 




II, 




18, 




22, 




28, 


Mar. 


3. 




6, 




10, 




22, 




24- 




28, 


Apr. 


21, 




21, 


May 


IS- 




IS. 


June 


16, 




17. 


July 


24. 


Aug. 


2, 




IS. 




30, 


Sept. 


22, 




18, 




27. 


Nov. 


17. 




24. 


Dec. 


I, 




8, 




15. 




22, 




25- 




29, 


1797 




Jan. 


17- 




17. 



Marriages — Montgomery County, 1796/ 

Buxton, John to Macoy, Eleanor. . 

Roby, Theophilus to Willett, Ann. 

Stewart, James to Clarke, Grace. 

Medcalf, Edw. to Butt, Cloe. 

Bowman, George to Howse, Sarah. 

Dorsey, Richd. to Wayman, Anne. 

Cordingly, W"". Welsh to Moore, Ann. 

Campbell, J no. to Cratton, Polly. 

Thompson, Rich, to Pelly, Eliz. 

Nicholson, Jeremiah to Nicholson, Hester. 

Wilcoxen, Jesse to Wilcoxen, Ruth. 

Moody, Thomas to Berry, Mary. 

Henry Jones' Geo. to Charles Jones' Polly (Negroes). 

Wilson, W"". to White, Anne. 

Davis, Thomas to Worthington, Catherine. 

Mr. Crabb's James and Clary (Negroes). 

Mrs. Johns' Jerry and MoUie (Negroes). 

Lane, Rev. Nicholas to Selby, Esther. 

Sparrow, Jonathan to Smith, Priscilla. 

Groom, W". to Kelly, Maryann. 

Williams, Walter C. to Heugh, Christiana. 

Downes, Richd. to Rose, Eliz. 

Nicholls, Benj. to Culver, Drusilla. 

Lowry, William to Groome, Rebecca. 

Lowe, Henry to Macbee, Ann. 

Windel, Caleb to Parker, Martha. 

Riggs, Thomas to Riggs, Mary. 

Buxton, Thomas to Macbeey, Fanney. 

Riddle, Jno. to Porter, Susanna. 

Ray, James to Warfield, Eliz. 

Austin, Hezekiah to Odie, Eliz. 

Fish, Robert to Jeans, Eliz. 

Leach, John to Bowmen, Rachel. 

Hardey, Henry to West, Frances. 

Mudd, Andrew to Green, Eleanor. 
Lodge, William O. to Porter, Frances. 



* Chronicles of Colonial Maryland; Thomas, pp. 208-217, compared with originals owned by 
Md. Hist. Soc. 



MARRIAGES 



559 



Roberts, J no. to Heater, Eliz. 
Dorsey, Lloyd to Green, Anna. 
Riggs, Erasmus to Wilcoxen, Eleanor. 
Denoon, Ely to Sanders, Henny. 
M'^Coy, James to Brown, Eliz. 
Higgins, Clark to Thomas, Margaret. 
Ridgeway, James to Hurdle, Rebecca. 
Minstalled, Nicholas to Allison, Mary. 
Warfield, Beale to Ridgely, Amelia. 
Fuburiere, Nicholas to Tucker, Susan. 
Warfield, Brice to Collins, Sarah. 
Allison, Jno. B. to Higgins, Eliz. 
Fields, Jno. to Madden, Mary. 
Wight, Jno. to Boyd, Gary. 
Hurley, Jno. to Benton, EHz. 
Ricketts, Robt. to Ricketts, Kezia. 
Ricketts, Zadoc to Groome Ann. 
Higgins, James to Wilcoxen, Virlinda. 
Sullivan, Sylvester to Hawse, Rosanna. 
Lyon, Samuel to Davis, Linny. 
Bean, Richd. to Kelly, Prudence. 
Reeder, Benj. to Hungerford, Anne. 
Benson, William to Hensley, Rachel. 
Archey, Edw. to Allison, Eliz. 
Merriweather, Nicholas to Hood, Eliz. 
Gardner, John to Dowden, Cassandra. 

Higgins Jno. to Fisher, Eliz. 

Culver, Henry to Patterson, Mary. 

Bird, Charles to Barton, Margaret. 

Wellin, Amasa to Trundle, Linney. 

Hutchison Francis to Ball, Sarah. 

Trundle, Evan to Key, Anna. 

Love, Saml. to Jones, Sarah. 

Snowden, Richd. to Warfield, Eliza. 

Davis, Benj. to Thrasher, Eliz. 

Coal, Christopher A. to Claton, Sarah. 

David Crafford's Edward and Linny (Negroes). 

Wilcoxon, Thos. H. to Prather, Sarah. 

Davis, Ignatius to Wooten, Margaret. 

Scott, Amos to West, Annoe. 

Cash, Dawson to Beens, Jemima. 



56o MARYLAND RECORDS— MONTGOMERY COUNTY, 1796 

Oct. 12, Summers, Benjamin to Beckwith, Virlinder. 

15, O'Neal, David to Lane, Rebecca. 

30, Willoson, Robt. to Shekells, Eleanor. 
Nov. 15, Wells, Nathan to Duley, Sophia. 
Dec. 8, Crecraft, Benj. to Prather, Nelly. 

18, Cox, J no. M. to Gray, Eleanor. 
20, Ward, Geo. to Redman, Ann. 

23, Cox, W". to Kelly, Liley. 

30, Camobell, John to Oden, Priscilla. 
1799 

Jan. 3, Davis, Charles to Howse, Laurady. 
3, Penn, Roby to Howse, Lucreta. 

10, Turner, Richd. to Beall, Eliz. 

10, Carroll, Daniel to Maccubbin, Ann. 

19, Swavaley, Jacob to Fulks, Eleanor. 
22, Adams, John to CoUyer, Eleanor. 
22, Gratton, Thomas to Ray, Ruth. 

24, Jones, Charles Offutt to Offutt, Rebecca. 

26, Thompson, Benjamin to Haney, Eliz. 

27, Parnnion, Henry to Sanders, Eliz.* 
Feb. 5, Groomes, James to King, Sarah. 

14, Garrott, Thos. and Fee, Elizabeth. 

15, Austin, John and Odle, Cassandra. 
26, Ofutt, Barak and Offutt, Virlinder. 

Mch. 14, Crafford, James B. and Allison, Ann. 

19, Waters, Basil and Magruder, Ann P. 
Apr. II, Nicholson, John and Oden, Tabitha. 

18, Leatch, Jesse and Letten, Mary. 
May 23, Riggs, Edmund to Willson, Jane. 
Aug. 8, Pelly, Solomon and Holland, Massy. 

29, Kirkman, Jacob and Hall, Susanna. 
Nov. 9, Magruder, Jno. and Linthicum, Mary. 

24, Frey, Jno. and Lucas, Turecia. 
Dec. 5, Hood, Thos. and Wayman, Rachel. 

10, Magruder, James and Linthicum, Eliz. 
Nov. 30, Parsley, Jonas and Clayton, Eleanor. 

* "License, Ann Arundel granted." 

"Mr. W"». H. Talbott is correct in his opinion tliat the words "License Granted — Anne Arundel 
County" [Chronicles of Colonial Md., Thomas, 1913, p. 212] were intended to be and should have 
been printed as a footnote to the Parnnion-Sanders marriage, and not as a caption to those 
marriages which follow. This footnote occurs at the bottom of p. 5, in the original entry made by 
Rev. Thomas Read in the following words: 'License, Ann Arundel granted.' Richard H. Spencer, 
Cor. Secy. Md. Hist. Soc." 



MARRIAGES 



561 



Dec. 



1800 
Jan. 



Apr. 



Dec. 



2 

14 

16 

21 

21 

21 

23 

25 

30 

15 

15 

May 22 

22 

June 26 

July 17 

Nov. 18 

20 

27 

4 
16 
20 
23 
25 
25 
28 
30 

1801 

Feb. I 
10 
17 
24 
27 

Mch. 3 
12 

31 
Apr. 5 

14 
May 24 
37 



Prather, Baruck and Swearingen, Casandra. 
Perry, Jno. and Alnutt, Jane. 
Stewart, Richd. and Renneton, Eliz. 

Ramsey, William and Herren, Margaret. 
Lanham, Jno. and Ray, Lucy. 
Riley, Camden and Ray, Anna. 
Jones, Nathan and Buxton, Anna. 
Porter, Edward and Heiter, Hary. 
Orme, Nathan and Beall, Polly. 
Holland, Solomon and Galton, Margaret. 
Redman, Jno. and Ward, Harriot. 
Beckwith, Benedict and White, Eliz. 
Harper, Edw. and Boswell, Sarah Ann. 
NichoUs, Thos. and Mackey, Priscilla. 
Merrick, Michael and Bowman, Virlinder. 
Gary, Everrard and Cloud, Ann. 
Riggs, John H. and Howard, Rebecca. 
Offutt, Thos. Odle and Benton, Charity. 
Orme, Doct. Richd. J. and Crabb, Ann. 
Daniel, Elias M. and Golden, Margaret. 
Inlose, Samuel and Stone, Eliz. 
Williams, Edwd. O. and Clagett, Eliz. 
Porter, Davad and Ray, Mar>'. 
Reintzel, Daniel and Robertson, Ann. 
Lashley, Arnold and Lee, Eliz. 
Lanham, Notley and Hopkins, Eliz. 
Kelley, Benj. and Moore, Eliz. 
Wallace, William and Brookes, Margaret. 
Mullican, W"". and Dowden, Eliz. 

Moore, Nathan and Hantz, Eliz. 

Johns, Leonard H. and Williams, Margaret. 

Clagett, David and Odle, Salley. 

Fish, Hatton and Benton, Sarah. 

Easton, Levin and Ricketts, Druzilla. 

Davis, Leonard Young and Worthington, Achsah. 

Magruder, Samuel and Hawkins, Eliz. 

Magruder, Geo. and Turner, Anna. 

Wiest, Jno. and Shuck, Lydia. 

Getty, John and Carey, Eleanor. 

Langford, Richd. and Soper, AmeHa. 



562 MARYLAND RECORDS— MONTGOMERY COUNTY, 1796 



July 


9. 


Oct. 


8, 




8, 




8, 




25. 




27. 


Nov. 


19. 


Dec. 


I, 




8, 




ID, 




17. 




22, 




22, 




31, 




31. 


1802 




Jan. 


7. 




12, 




12, 




21, 




28, 




30, 


Feb. 


9. 


Mch 


21, 


Apr. 


20, 


Aug. 


3. 


Sept. 


2, 




12, 




21, 


Nov. 


9. 




25. 


Dec. 


7. 




14. 




21, 




30, 


1803 




Jan. 


18, 




20, 


Mch 


ID, 




31. 


Apr. 


10, 


May 


5 



Beall, Lewis and Wootton, Eliza. 

Garrett, William and Higgins, Eleanor. 

Walker, Willson and Prather, Deborah. 

Selby, Brice and Marker, Cathrine. 

Bean, Josiah and Wilson, Eleanor. 

Linthicum, Ezekiah and Hickman, Mary. 

Madden, Joseph and Sparrow, Susanna. 

Linthicum, Fredrick and Macklefresh, Rachel. 

Dickerson, Nathan and TurnbuU, Margaret. 

Owings, Jesse and Hood, Hannah. 

Orr, WiUiam and Macklewain, Eliz. 

Trail, Nathan and Buxton, Susanna. 

Heater, George and Porter, Charlotte. 

Jones, W". R. and Richardson, EHz. L. 

Fowler, Henry to Lewis Beall's Mulatto Woman Nelly. 

Jones, Benj. W. and Willson, Margaret. 

Holt, Lawrence O. and Oden, Sarah. 

Clagett, Thos. and Offutt, Rachel. 

Davis, Thos. and Bowie, Eliza. 

Northcraft, James and Fr>-er, Rachel. 

Cooke, James and Beeding, Patsey. 

Harriss, Barton and Griffith, Mary. 

Sparrow, W"". and Campbell, Eliza. 

Offutt, Andrew and Warfield, Eliz. 

Astlin, Joseph and Beard, Mary. 

Madden, Walter and Mudd, Eliz. 

Groome, James and Fish, Eleanor. 

Cox, Joseph and Hogan, Susanna. 

Read, Dr. Jno. M. and Clark, Maryann. 

Bealmear, Saml. and Williams, Priscilla. 

Buxton, George and Trail, Maryann. 

Kindle, Azariah and Nicholson, Amelia. 

Elfresh, W". M. [M'^Elfresh?] and Linthicum, Sarah. 

Klay, Adam and Summers, Sabina. 

Riggs, Geo. W. and Robertson, Eliza. 
Brown, James and Leek, Ann. 
Jarvis, James and Linch, Eliz. 
Summers, Archibald and Pain, Margaret. 
Porter, Charles and Fry, Polly. 
, Browning, Jeremiah and Summers, Eliz. 



MARRIAGES 



563 



19, Forsythe, Isaac and Letton, Anna. 
28, Candler, William and Ray, Rebecca. 

Magruder, Edward and Ay ton Jane. 

Lyon, Benjamine and Davis, Rachel. 

Smith, Richd. Brooke and Letton, Sarah. 

Haney, Nicholas, and Golden, Sarah. 

Letton, Brice and Moore, Hariot. 

Elville, Elias and Burress, Elizabeth. 

Linsted, Thos. and Summers, Anna Maria. 

Linthicum, Zachariah and Clagett, Ann. 

Magruder, Warren and Holmes, Harriott. 

Hammon, Lloyd and Merriweather, Elizabeth. 

Hilleary, Thos. and Wheeler, Sarah. 

Crown, John and Ball, Eliz. 

Trail, Ashford and Sanders, Anne. 

Butt, Hazil and Richards, Sarah. 

Beall, James Alex, and Culver, Eleanor. 
Perry, Benj. and Magruder, Eliz. 
Ketchen, Joel and Hurst, Sarah. 
Homer, Samuel and M°Farland, Mary. 
Burditt, William and Fitzgerald, Ruth. 
Dorsey, Joshua W. and Plummer, Lucetta. 
Moore, Peter Dent and Stanger, Louisa. 
O'Neal, William and Bell, Anna. 
Wheatley, W"". and Cashell, Mary. 
Cashell, George and Edmonstone, Eliz. B. 
Rawlings, James and Richardson, Sarah. 
Golden, Saml. and Haney, Dollie. 
Clagett, Ninian and Burgess, Margret. 
Saffell, Hezekiah and Davis, Lydia. 
Muncaster, Zachariah and Magruder, Harriott. 
Bailey, Walter and Ball, Sarah. 
Wade, Jesse and Fleming, Mary. 
Gatton, Aquila and Owen, Mary. 
Garlon, Philip and Willson, Sarah. 

Langville, W"". and Current, Naney. 
Sparrow, Thos. and Sparrow, Sarah. 
Riggs, Reubin and Thomas, Mary. 
Shook, Charles and Ball, Priscilla. 
Leemar, William and Roberson, Sarah. 



564 MARYLAND RECORDS— MONTGOMERY COUNTY, 1796 

Apr. 23, Mullican, Archibald and Mathews, Anna. 

25, Summers, Walter and Swearingen, Sarah. 

30, Gray, Abishai and Miller, Eleanor. 
May 9, Windsor, Robert and Thompson, Eliz. 
June 6, Rabbett, Henry and Wilburn, Anne. 
Oct. 15, Waters, Azel and Williams, Cassandra. 
Dec. 29, Beall, James and Benson, Margaret Smith. 
1806 

Jan. 2, Deselem, James and Fulks, Catherine. 
Feb. 4, Perry, Elbert and Magruder, Rebecca. 

II, Robertson, Daniel and Greenfield, Sarah. 

13, Heater, J no. and Shook, Frances. 
Mch. 4, Porter, Denton and Heater, Kitty. 
Apr. 3, Gettings, Thos. and Perry, Christiana. 
May 13, Warfield, Dr. Peregrine and Sappington, Harriot. 
June 17, Wootton, Dr. John and Magruder, Betsy Lynn. 
Aug. 28, O'Neal, Lawrence and Galworth, Nancy. 
Sept. 18, Dickerson, John and Turnbull, Eliz. 
Dec. 4, Davis, Thos. S. and Swearingen, Greece. 

25, Williams, J no. and Neritt, Sarah. 
1807 

Jan. I, Miller, Jacob and Ricketts, Naney. 

13, Ward, John Wesley to Greentree, Eleanor. 
Feb. 26, Case, James and Bowman, Eliz. 
Mch. 5, Ray, George and Robertson, Sarah. 
8, Grymer, Benj. and Lowery, Sarah. 

26, Howard, Thos. W. and Crabb, Elizabeth. 
June 16, Dorsey, Henry Woodward and Cooke, Rachel. 
Oct. 13, Gassaway, Henry and Griffith, Rachel. 

20, Sedgwick, Benj. and White, Eleanor. 
Nov. 12, Wilson, W"". Elson and Swearingen, Eleanor. 
Dec. I, Hammelton, David and Preston, Ann. 
1808 

Jan. 3, Hurley, John to Offutt, Milly. 
Feb. II, Jenkins, John to Sparrow, Charlotte. 
Apr. 18, Golding, Daniel and Harris, Eliz. 
June 5, Edmonson, Hosea and Orme, Mary. 
Oct. 8, Warfield, Allen and Dugan, Mary. 
Dec. 27, Fish, W". and Joy, Hellen. 
1809 

Jan. 12, Stewart, Walter and Gray, Eleanor. 
Feb. 12, Gittings, Joseph and Beans, Tabitha. 



FUNERALS 565 



Funerals — Montgomery County, 1796* 

£ s d 

Jan"^. 14. Eliz. Welch 5 5 o 

16. Susanna Allison 2 5 o 

28. Mrs. Wilcoxen of Jn°. [Senr. J 2 5 o 

Feb. 9. Thomas Johnson I 17 6 

II. Mrs. Anderson 3 o o 

Mar. 31. James Brown i 17 6 

May 12. EHz. Butt 2 5 o 

19. Jn°. Oden 2 — — 

June 14. Andrew Heugh 2 5 o 

July 12. Zadok Clagett 2 5 o 

Aug. 23. William West 2 5 o 

Sept. I. Catherine Heiter 2 5 o 

6. M". Cecil of James 2 5 

II. Wilford Cusick — — — 

II. Thomas Johnson — — — 

27. Walter Worthington's child 2 o 10 

Oct. 8. M". Macneugh of Basil 2 5 — 

Nov. I. Mrs. Darby of Sam' 2 5 — 

Nov. 3. Sarah Linthicum of Zach"" 2 5 o 

15. Charity Fortnar 2 6 6 

29. Eliz. Tucker 2 5 — 

Dec. 3. Polly Mackneugh of Basil 2 5 — 

13. Mary Windsor — — — 

Funerals, 1797 

March 12. Mrs. Garey i 10 — ■ 

30. Cassandra Magruder — — — 

April 18. Cloe Pointer i 10 — 

May 4. Jn°. Prather 2 5 — 

June 5. Mrs. Howard of Leonard 3 15 o 

6. M'. Beans, son of Josiah Beans i 10 o 

6. Norman Beall & Sister 2 5 o 

July 15. W"°. Worthington of W" i 17 6 

18. A child of Baptist Hardy's i 2 6 

* These consecutive records are thus given, although in many instances the deaths appear in the 
alphabetically arranged data, as given in another record. The £-s-d entries doubtless refer to the 
sunis given to the Rector and to the sexton. 



566 MARYLAND RECORDS— MONTGOMERY COUNTY, 1796 

£ s d 

Aug. 2. M". ONeal of David 2 5 — 

28. M'. Beans, P. George's 2 5 — 

Oct. 5. Joseph Perry 3 — — 

19. Mrs. Redman of Joseph 2 5 — 

Nov. 9. Vernecia & Margaret Spurrier i 17 6 

Dec. 12. A Son & Daughter of Sam'. Offutt's 2 5 — 

23. Sarah Beall of Rich'^ 2 5 — 

31 17 6 

Funerals, 1798 

Jan'y. 6. Ann Ricketts of Cap'. Benjamin 2 5 o 

17. M". Sprigg at M'. Wootton's 2 5 o 

Mar. 5. Col. WiUiam Deakins 4 10 — 

8. Charles Jones, Clean Drinking — — — 

March 18. Mrs. Thompson 9 o — 

23. Elisha AlHson 2 5 

April 10. Samuel White, Sen' 2 5 — 

18. Linny Beckwith 2 5 — 

May 15. Robert Briscoe 2 5 — 

24. Nathaniel Magruder 2 5 — 

29. Anna CoUins — — — 

June 14. Richard Stevens — — — 

July 7. VirHnder Higgins, wife of James Jun' i 17 6 

17. Lucy Whebber 2 5 — ■ 

Aug. 7. Ann Willson, wife of W-" 2 o 3^^ 

9. M". Waters of Nathan 2 11 9 

Oct. II. Benj. Machael's Son 2 5 — 

15. Shadrick Beall's Son 2 5 — 

Nov. 22. M". Bulger 2 o 3 

26 9 93/^ 

_9 

35 9 93^ 
Funerals, 1799 

Feby. 12. John Hawkins 2 5 o 

March 16. Sarah Groome, wife of Ja\ Groome 2 5 o 

May 2. James Traill Sen"' 2 i 3 

5. Charles Beckwith — — — 

14. Mrs. Perry Mother of Erasmus 2 5 — 



FUNERALS 567 

£ s d 

May 16. Catherine Luell [Tuell?] — — — 

June 30. Mrs. Lowe 2 12 6 

July 3. Jn°. Swamly 2 5 — 



13 



July 5. Susanna Anderson, a child of Col. Anderson. . — 

Aug. 6. W". Lowry & Zadok Case — 

II. Matilda Duncanson & Sam'. Lenman — 

22. Mrs. Fletcher of Tho' 3 

27. Mrs. Traill of Ja'., Sen'' 2 

Sept. 5. W". Stewart's child — 

30. Jn°. Wilcoxin 2 

Oct. I. Mrs. Magruder of Edward 2 

Oct. 21. Adam Vigal — 

24. Sarah Holland, wife of Arnold 2 

Nov. 21. M". Machael, wife of Benj., St. Pet 2 

Dec. 18. M". Briscoe, wife of Robt 2 

26. Daniel Richards, son of Jacob 2 



15 





5 


— 


5 


— 


5 


— 


5 





5 





5 


— 


5 


— 



19 10 

13 13 



33 3 9 

Funerals, 1800 

March 16. Horatio Thompson, son of William — — — 

30. David Smith, R. C. Ch — — — 

April 8. Mrs. Smith 2 o o 

10. Hanah Elder 2 o ^]/2 

15. Mrs. Beall of Basil I 2 6 

17. W". CoUyar, St. Peter's 3 15 o 

21. Joseph Crown — 15 — 

24. M". Oden i 17 6 

May 8. Sarah Gatton 2 o 6 

13 10 9 

May 26. Mrs. Howlt of Lawrence, 2 5 o 

June 4. Polly Bowie 2 5 o 

Aug. 28. Eleanor Magruder, daughter of Allen of 

Ninian 2 5 — 

Sept. 7. Rebecca Fife, wife of James Fife i 10 — 

11. Sarah Dorsey of Tho'. Beale Dorsey 3 — — 



568 MARYLAND RECORDS— MONTGOMERY COUNTY, 1796 



Oct. 9. 

23- 

23- 

31- 

Nov. 8. 

16. 

22. 

Dec. 6. 

II. 

26. 



Jan-^y. 


27. 


Feb^. 


5- 




9- 


Mar. 


31- 


April 


6. 


May 


26. 


May 


27. 


Oct. 


17- 




25- 


Nov. 


18. 


Dec. 


5- 




16. 




26. 



Jan'''. 5. 

28. 

Feb. 2. 



£ s 

Sarah Willson, Sister of Rob'., St. Peter's. . . 2 5 

Mrs. Bealmear of Sam' 2 5 

Samuel Clagett, who died Oct. 21=* 2 5 

Mrs. Sarah Heugh, who died 29"'. Oct 2 9 

Anna Jones, wife of Benj., died Nov. 7 2 5 

Jn°. & Michael Crager, children of Michael 

Crager — — 

W"". Deakins, died 20 Nov., aged 81 3 — 

Ninian Magruder's Frank 2 5 

Ruth Watkins, wife of Gassaway 3 15 

William Thresher i 10 

33 4 

13 10 

46 15 

Funerals, 1801 

M^ Littlemore i 8 

Mrs. Porter 2 5 

Mary Osbourn i 10 

Rich<*. Bowie, son of Allen 2 5 

Mrs. Sarah Collyar 2 5 

George Ward's wife 2 5 

II 18 

John Evely 2 5 

James Cecil 2 5 

Gen'. Thos. B. Beall 2 i 

A Child of Jacob Swamley's, Eleanor — — 

Mrs. Ruth Glaze 2 5 

Sarah Walker, wife of Elisha 2 5 

Levin Magruder 2 5 

II 18 

25 4 
Funerals, i 802 

Solomon Holland's Child 2 5 

Virlinder Williams 2 5 

Nathan Clagett 2 5 



March 


I II. 




30. 


April 


20. 


June 


8. 




II. 




14. 




17- 




17- 




25- 


July 


4- 


Oct. 


16. 




22. 




29. 


Nov. 


2. 




4- 




18. 




25- 




30. 



Jan"^. 


25- 


Mar. 


3- 




5- 




17- 


April 


2. 




12. 




16. 




24. 


May 


22. 


June 


I. 




28. 


July 


3- 




5- 




17- 




28. 


Aug. 


II. 



FUNERALS 569 

£ s d 

Aaron Gartrell 3 — — 

Susanna Ward — — — 

Mrs. Howard at J. Le\vis 2 5 — 

Mrs. Baily of Leonard at J. Lewas — 10 — 

Polly Wootton x 17 6 

Rob'. Fish, Sen"' — — — ■ 

Mrs. Beckwith of Charles 2 5 o 

John L. Summers 2 5 o 

Caroline Bealmear, dau^ of Lewis — — — 



19 17 6 

Thos. Darnall's & Basil Thompson's Children. — — — ■ 

Mrs. Welch of Rich'' 2 12 6 

George Cashly 2 5 o 

Mrs. Clagett of Rich-* 2 5 

Mrs. Wilson of Lancelot 2 5 — 

Mrs. Northcraft of James 2 5 — 

Mrs. Summers, wife of Dent Summers 2 5 — 

Harrison Pelly 2 5 — 

Daniel Veirs Jr 3 — — 



19 2 6 
19 17 6 



39 

Funerals, 1803 

Joshua Owen 2 

Edward Penn 2 

Samuel Jones 4 

Mrs. Crow 2 

Mrs. Dorsey of Henry W 3 

A child of Jacob Swamley's — 

Jn°. Dent . . . 3 

Miss Pollard, Virginia 7 

Allen Bowie 3 

Mrs. Sarah Griffith 3 

Thos. Nicholls 2 

Nancy Linthicum 2 

Philip Cecil 3 

George Heater's Child 2 

M^ Swain at Doct^ Warfield's 3 

James Cooke — 



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12 


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570 MARYLAND RECORDS— MONTGOMERY COUNTY, 1796 

£ s d 

31. Thos. Kelly, Sen' 2 5 o 

Sept. 10. James Pierce 2 5 — 

Nov. 17. Philip Jenkins 2 5 o 

Dec. 8. Mrs. Dorsey, Mother of Col. Rich'*. Dorsey. . 7 10 — 

16. Nathaniel Magruder 2 5 — 

16 10 — 

43 17 6 

60 7 6 

Funerals, 1804 

May 22. Mrs. Price i 2 6 

27. Alex'. Mason 2 5 — 

June 5. James Rawlings 3 15 — 

July 5. Lewis Alexander Pichon, son of the French 

Embassador 2 5 — 

Aug. 24. Margaret Davis, wife of Ignatius 2 5 — 

Oct. II. Eleanor Riggs, Daughter of Sam' 3 — — 

14. John Holsey i 2 6 

24. Cassandra Gatton 2 i 3 

Dec. 18. Mrs. Magruder, Mother of J n°. Bowie, Maj. 25 — 

20 I 3 

Funerals, 1805 

March 21. Thos. Clagett, son of Jn° 2 5 o 

April 15. Mrs. Selby of Thomas — — - 

26. Ninian Magruder, Died 25 Ap' 2 5 o 

May 12. Joseph Tucker, R. C. Ch 4 10 o 

16. Mrs. Ricketts at Rich-*. Rickett's — — — 

Mrs. Tnmdle, June 3, 1805, wife The'., Sen'. 250 

Kelem Gray, June 20, 1805 2 5 o 

A. Child of Glzendanna's, July 25 2 5 o 

Mrs. Harper of Edward, Aug'. 19 2 5 o 

Rich"*. Lurner, Oct. 4*'' 2 5 — 

Nathan Cooke, Oct. 9 2 5 — 

D'. Jeffery Magruder, Oct. 31, 1805 242 

Elias M^Daniel, Dec'. 21, 1805 — — — 

A Daughter of Benj. Gray's, Dec'. 26, 1805. — — — 

15 14 2 

4 10 — 

20 4 2 



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21. 


April 


12. 


June 


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10. 


July 


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Aug. 


12. 




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26. 


Sept. 


10. 


Oct. 


23- 




27. 


Dec. 


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April 


6. 




14. 




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June 


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July 


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21. 


Aug. 


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26. 


Oct. 


22. 


Nov. 


15- 




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Dec. 


3- 



Funerals, 1806 

£ 

Benjamin Becraft 2 

Eliz. Magruder, wife of James 2 

Hugh Riley, died 14"". March 2 

Zachariah Gatton, died 19"". March 2 

Ruth Suter 2 

Charles Greenfield — 

Mrs. Gray of Benjamin — 

Jn°. Wightt, died 29 July 2 

i\nn Linthicum, wife of Zech'' 2 

Mrs. Browning at Paul Summers 2 

Francis Gartrell 2 

William Magruder, son of Sam'. B 2 

W""., Nancy & Nelly Jones 2 

Hezekiah Magruder 2 

Eleanor Riley 2 

Rebecca Magruder, wife of Sam'. B i 

31 

Funerals, 1807 

Rachel Gue 2 

James Norrod 2 

Henry Brookes, died 4 Ap'., 79 years old ... 2 

John Suter, son of James 2 

John Busey, Sen' 2 

Zadok Robey , a child of Zadok — 

Mrs. Middleton, wife of Sam' 2 

Rich''. Ball — 

Jn°. Cooke, son of Nathan 2 

Elijah Collins — 

Priscilla Fish, wife of Rob'., died 3 Oct 2 

Barbara Boyd, without sermon — 

Mareen Duvall 3 

William Richards — 

Funl. 21 
Mar. 26 



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MARYLAND RECORDS— TRINITY CHURCH 



Feb'y. 2 
March 24 

25 
April 5 

7 
24 
31 

8 
22 
10 



May 

Aug. 

Sept. 



Funerals, 1808 

£ 

Kitty Gatton 2 

W". Dennis & wife 3 

John Fletcher 3 

John Candler of W"., a Child 2 

Widow Cooke — 

Widow Jenkins at Jas. Traills — 

Greenbury Ridgley 3 

Rezin Ferguson, died Aug. 6"" 2 

Ninian, a son of Elbert Perry 2 

Eliz. Warfield of D^ Charles 7 

27 



s 

5 

15 



15 
5 
5 

10 



Tombstone Records, Trinity Church, St. Mary's 
City, St. Mary's River* 

Ashcome: 

In memory of /Nancy Brome Ashcome/Born/March 25, 1793/Died/ 
October 19, 1885. 
Bayne: 

William C. Bayne/Departed this life/March 9th, 1882/aged 70 years/ 

1 month & 4 days. 

Mary Julia L. Bayne/Departed this life/Jan'y- 2d. 1880/aged 17 years/ 

2 months & 24/days. 
Bean: 

A. H. Bean/died/March nth, i888/in the 63rd. year of his age. 
Jane L. Bean/wife of /A. H. Bean/Feb. 7, 1830/Feb. 17, 1896. 
Bemiett: 

Elizabeth L. Bennett/ 1 809-1 888. 
John White Bennett/1796-1875. 
Susan E. Bennett/1837-1864. 
Mary Bennett/1840-1897. 
Thomas J. Bennett/1843-1917. 
In Memory of /John White/son of John W. &/Elizabeth Bennett/who 
departed this life/Oct^ 4*''. 1836 aged 10 mo. 

* Near the mouth of the Potomac River, site of the first |State House of Md. there is a large 
monument to Lord Calvert. Copied in 1923 by Mrs. Carrie White Avery (1873-1925) and 
furnished for this publication by Mr. Herbert P. Gerald, Washington, D. C. 



TOMBSTONE RECORDS 573 

Richard Mitchell/son of/John W. & Elizabeth Bennett/who departed 
this Hfe/Sept. 30th. 1836/aged 2 years/io mo. & 25 days. 

William Loker/son of /John W. & Elizabeth Bennett/who departed this 
life/Oct. 15th, 1835/aged 4 yrs. 6 mo. & 13 days. 

An infant/son of John W. and/Elizabeth Bennett/Nov. 4th. 1832. 
Binny: 

Sacred/to the memory of/Archibald Binny/who departed this life/ 
April 25th. 1838/in the 75th. year of his age. 
Bohanan: 

Charles Milburn/June 5, 1853/Sept. 12, 1917/His wife/Laura Pursel/ 
March 26, 1855/April 20, 191 7. 

Lucy Woodland/daughter of/Charles M. & Laura P./Bohanan/Born 
Feb. 15, 1895/Died Oct. 9, 1895. 

Sallie Anne Fish/wife of/J. Frank Bohanan/Born March 25, 1848/Died 
Oct. 20, 1917. 

J. Frank Bohanan/July 6, 1840-Feb. 17, 1922/ 

Johnathan/Born 1765/Died 1839/Mary Richardson/His wife. 

To/my husband/Dr. William T. Bohanan/Born/March 7th, 1843/ 
Died/Nov. 22d. 1882. 

Sacred/To/The Memory of/Permelia Bohanan/Bom/March 3, 1819, 
Died/May 16, 1891. 

Sacred/To/The Memory of/John Bohanan/Born Octr. 20, 1811/died/ 
June 16, 1871. 

Olive Bohanan/wife of S. West Russell/Oct. 18, 1873/June 20, 1920. 
Briscoe: 

Walter L. Briscoe/Born/Aug. 14, 1824/died /April 19, 1888. 

Ann M. P. Briscoe/who departed this Hfe/Oct. 31, 1848/In the 28th 
year of her age. 

Sarah Blanch/daughter of John O. &/Mary J. Lilburn/Died June 17th, 
1852/aged 5 mos. 

In memory of /Sarah D. Briscoe/Born October 16, 1790/Died/April 16, 
1880/aged 89 years & 6 mos. 
Brome: 

James Thomas Brome/Aug. 13, 1847 /June 11, 1910/ 

Margaret Somervill/daughter ofy'J. Thomas & Emma/Brome/died 
March 8, 1882/aged 2 yrs. & 5 mos. 

Emma Thomas/infant daughter of/J. T. & E. T. Brome/Died March 
27, 1884/aged 6 wks. 

In memory of/Dr. John M. Brome/March 7, 1818/July 28, 1887. 

In memory of /Susan M. Brome/wife of/John M. Brome/Born Jan'y. 3, 
1820/Died April 16, 1 88 1. 

In memory of/Sarah Ann Brome/Born Jan. 18, 1843/Died May 26, 



574 MARYLAND RECORDS— TRINITY CHURCH 

Burroughs: 

S. G. M. Burroughs/Born July 24th, 1846/Died July i6th, 1863. 
Clocker: 

Jennette E. T. Clocker/Born Nov. 17, iBii/Died Jan. 8, 1898. 

William Clocker/Born/March 15, 1807/Died/March 4, 1883. 
Copley: 

Here Lyeth the Body/of/Lionel Copley of Wadworth Co. York, 
England/Born 1648 died Sept. 27, 1693/and of Anne Boteler, His wife, of 
Watton/WoodhuU Co. Herts, England/Died March 5, 1692/He was 
sometime/Lieutenant Governor of Kingston upon Hull/ 1689-1690/ 
Lieutenant Governor — Governor in chief and/Chief Admiral of Maryland 
in America/i69i-i693/His short tenure of life in this province/was marked 
by singular Fidelity /in troublous times to/His God, His King and Country 
/To Him, the First Royal Governor of Maryland /the /Maryland Society of 
Colonial Dames of America/has erected this memorial /September 27, 1922. 
Craddock: 

Rosa E./Beloved wife of /Joseph C. Craddock/died August 26, 1895. 
Crane: 

Sacred /To the memory of R. Kearney Crane/who died Feb. 17th, 1849, 
aged 24 years. 

George Crane/Born /July 28, 1798/died/Aug. 18, 1849. 

Sallie A./wife of/John A. Crane/Born March 10, 1833/Died Sept. 30, 

1854. 
Crookshank: 

John Crookshank/Born/Sept. II*^ 1802/Died Nov. i6th, 1886. 

Rhoda L./wife of/John Crookshank/who departed this life/Jany. 21st. 
1864/aged 57 years. 
Davis: 

In memory of /Thomas S. Davis/who departed this life/Feb^. 22d. 1816/ 
aged 25 years. 

In memory of/John Davis/who departed this life/April 28th, 1803/ 
aged 3 years. 
Dent: 

In memory of /Our Mother/Emma R. Dent/Born/May 23rd. 1837/ 
died/Nov. 12th, 1895. 

Joseph Dent/Died March 17, 188 1 /aged 46 years /& 4 days. 
Du?ibar: 

B. M. Dunbar/Born Oct. 15, 1849/Died July 27, 1905. 
Edwards: 

Sacred to the memory of/Jane R./Beloved wife of/George W. Edwards/ 
Bom Dec. 31, 1833/Died May 26, 1910. 

In memory of/George W. Edwards/Born Dec'r. 12, 1837/Died July 18, 
1900. 



TOMBSTONE RECORDS 575 

Fish: 

To our sister /Aggie E. Fish/Born Nov'r. 14, 1870/Died/March 12, 1887. 

To my Husband/George F. Fish/Born/Oct. 24th, 1854/Died/March 
29th, 1880. 

To/our boy /George Fish/son of /J. Frank & Sallie A./Bohanan/Born 
Nov. i6th, 1875/Died Jan. 12th, 1883. 
Ford: 

Mark S. D. Ford/who died/Dec. 30th, 1816/aged 23 years. 

Mary Ford /who died/Dec. 30th, 1 841 /aged 46 years. 

William H. Ford /aged 58 years (No dates). 
Freeman: 

To my husband/F. V. Freeman/Born Aug. 18, 1849/Died May 4, 1877. 
Hilton: 

In memory of /Our dear mother/Catherine M. Hilton/Born/October 4, 
1837/died Sept. 3, 1901. 

Carrie M. Hilton/Oct. 24, 1862/Mar. 7, 1915. 

In memory of/my husband/William M. Hilton/born/October 6, 1832/ 
died April 9,' 1888. 
Holmes: 

John H. Holmes/born August 16, 1817/died Nov'r. 26, 1871/aged 54 
years 3 mo's./& 10 days. 

Maria Holmes/born/January 19, 1819/died/Aug. 23, 1884. 

Charles B. Holmes/born May 12, 1851/died Octr. 25, 1871/aged 20 yrs. 
5 mos./& 13 days. 
Hunter: 

Catherine Hammond Hunter/Feb. 27, 1817-May 17, 1876. 
Jones: 

Caleb Morris J ones /died February 17, 1878. 

Elvira A./wife of James F. Ellicott/died Feby. 20, 1892. 

Emily Regina Jones/died/March 14, 1901. 

Alex. Jones, M.D./who died/Jan'y- 22nd. 1841 aged 23 years. 

Rebecca Jones/Consort of/0. M. Jones/died Mar. 5th, 1853/aged 59 
years. 

J. Kemp Jones/born March 2, 1824/died Feby. 10, 1868. 
Kirk: 

In memory/of Henry N. Kirk/bom July 31st. 1805/died July 17th, 
1849. 
Langley: 

William Alexander, son of/Walter & Rebecca Langley/born Jan. 4, 
1823/died June 3, 1904. 

Alexander Beauregard/son of/James R. & Indiana/Langley/died May 
15, 1885/aged 24 years. 



576 MARYLAND RECORDS— TRINITY CHURCH 

James Clarence/son of/James R. & Indiana/Langley/died July 27, 
1898/aged 27 years. 

James R. Langley/died Feb'y- 28, 1886/aged 62 years. 

Indiana/wife of James R. Langley/died October 19th, 191 1 in the 78th 
year of her age. 
Lilburn: 

John Gray Hopkins Lilbum/son of R. F. & E. V. H. Lilburn/Nov. 9, 
1855-Aug. 29, 191 8. 

Emeline V. Lilburn/wife of/Robert F. Lilburn/born Octr. 2, 1828/ 
died July 26, 1889. 

Robert F. Lilburn/born/Feby. 14'*', 1820/died/Sept. 7*'', 1864. 

Sarah Blanch/daughter of John O. &/Mary J. Lilburn /died June 17th, 
1852/aged 5 months. 

In memory of/Robert Lilburn/who died April loth, 1831/In the 68th 
year of his age. 

In memory of Mrs. Jane Lilburn/who departed this life/Dec". 1st, 1814/ 
aged 56 years. 

William M. Lilburn/who departed this life/March 20th, 1845/In the 
27th year of his age. 
M'Kay: 

Laurel Ann M^Kay/Dec. 29, 1844/April 10, 1918. 
Martin: 

Alexander Martin/born/March 27, 1822/died June 20, 1886. 

Bettie/wife of Alexander Martin/born March 26, 1831/and died March 
nth, 1856. 
Milburn: 

In memory of Mortimer Milburn/who departed this life/March 30th, 
1832/aged 9 years. 

In memory of/Clara Milburn/who departed this Hfe/Dec. 3rd, 1879. 

In memory of /Stephen Milburn/who departed this life/July 30th, 1829/ 
aged 30 years and/3 months. 

AdeHne/wife of /Alexander Milburn/who departed this life/Novr. 12, 
1857/aged 41 yrs. 3 mos./& i day. 

In memory of /Susan A. Milburn/who departed this life /July 27th, 
1835, aged/39 years, 2 months/& 22 days. 

In memory of Eliz"". Milburn/who departed this/life October 31/1831/ 
aged 52 years 9/months and 13 days. 

My Mother/Permelia Milburn/died Dec'r. 2, 1863/aged 72 years. 

Catherine A. H. Abell/Milburn/born Dec. 8, 1823/died April 4, 1895. 

James C. Milburn/born/Oct. 8th, 181 1 /died /J an. ist, 1887. 

Mary E. Milburn/died/July 31, 1854/aged 21 years, 6 mo. /and 6 days. 

Jane Milburn/died /June 28, 1854/aged 39 years, 5 mo. /and 22 days. 



TOMBSTONE RECORDS 577 

Sacred/to the memory of/William P. Milburn/who departed this life/ 
Sept. 1 6th, 1837/aged 28 years, 2 mos./& 23 days. 

Robert N. Milburn /departed this Hfe/Aug. 14th, 1 861 /aged 54 years & 
7 days. 

Susanna/widow of/Robert N. Milburn/died April 13, 1887/aged 81 
years. 

Augusta Lavina/daughter of Robert N. & Susanna/Milbum/died Nov. 
26, 1 893 /in the 51st year of her age. 

Virginia/daughter of/Robert N. & Susanna/Milbum/died Feb. 20, 
1907/in the 72d. year of her age. 

In memory of/Sue G. daughter/of John and Susan A. Milburn/who 
departed this life /August 20, 1856/aged 21 years 2 mos. and/21 days. 

To the memory of/John Milburn/who departed this Hfe/Dec. 22, 1841/ 
aged 68 years 3 mos. /and 3 days. 

In memor}' of/Thomas H./son of John H./and Caroline Milburn/who 
departed this life/April 3rd, 1830/aged 2 years and 30 days. 

In memory of/Caroline E. B. Milburn/who departed this life/Feby. 
22nd./i83i/aged i year 3 months/and 22 days. 

In memory of/Catherine H. Milburn/who departed this life/March 9th, 
1832/aged 39 years, 7 months and 24 days. 

In memory of/John A. H. Milburn/who departed this life/October 2d, 
1854/aged 5 months/and 5 days. 

James T. Milburn/April 3, 1838/Feby. 19, 1916. 

Eliza Susanna/Milburn/born Jany. 5, i84i/died August 28, 1914. 

Ann Glovener/Milburn/born June 12, 1841/died Sept. 23, 1913. 

Rebecca A. Milburn daughter of/John H. & Caroline/Milburn/born 
July I, 1839/died Dec. 3, 1909. 
Pembroke: 

Evalina A. Pembroke/who departed this life March 8, 1871. 

Benjamin Pembroke/who departed this life/Feby. 3, 1882/aged 68 
years. 
Pursel: 

In memory of/Ida R./Beloved wife of/Chester F. Pursel/born April 6, 
1856/died May 14, 1896. 

Willie F./son of/Chester F. & Ida R./Pursel/born July 22, 1889/died 
Sept. 27, 1890. 

Furman B./son of /Chester F. & Ida R./born Aug. 22, 1886/died Nov. 
29, 1888. 
Sanner: 

In memory of/Samuel A. Sanner/bom Nov. 8th, 1819/died Feb. 22, 
1854. 

In memory of/Mary Ann Sanner/who departed this life/June 8th, 1816/ 
aged 76 years. 
38 



578 MARYLAND RECORDS— TRINITY CHURCH 

Smith: 

Sacred/to the memory of/Oscar H. Smith/who departed this life/Oct. 
9th, 1842/in the 19th year of his age. 

Sacred/to the memory of/Mary Smith/who departed this Hfe/De- 
cember ist, 1844/aged 58 years. 

Clement Briscoe/beloved husband of Leatha A. Smith/died Nov. 24, 
1903/in his 83d. year. 

In memory' of /Ruth Smith /born/May 8th, 1856/died Nov. 17th, 1858. 

Peter P. Smith/born/May 12, 1809 /died/May 25, 1864. 

Margaret Smith/beloved Consort of/P. P. Smith/who departed this Hfe/ 
Dec. nth, 1856/aged 32 years 9 months/and 7 days. 

Leatha A./Beloved wife of/C. Briscoe Smith/bom May 10, 1836/died 
May 12, 1913/Mortimer/Beloved Grandson of/C. Briscoe & Leatha A. 
Smith/born Nov. 25, 1885/died June 24, 1896. 

In memory /of /Mortimer Smith/died/April 6th, 1885 aged 27 years/ 
4 months and 21 days. 

Clement F./Smith/born/Oct. 12, 1880/died/July 5, 1882. 

Dudley M. Smith/Died/August 2nd, 1885/aged 2 years/2 months 2 
weeks. 
Smoot: 

Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Ann/Relict of the/Rev. Charles Smoot/ 
late rector of this Pa/rish who died in the Spring of i8io/in the 39th year 
of his age. 
Stephenson: 

Rev. James Stephenson, S. T. D./For 17 years/Rector of St. Mary's 
Parish/Dean of the Convocation /of Cumberland/Rector of Linganore/ 
Parish, P. E. Church/bom in Co. Longford, Ireland/died Jan. 11, 1892/in 
New Market/In the/68th year of his age. 

Mary Clare Stephenson/wife of/Rev. James Stephenson, S. T. D./for 
sixteen years/Rector of this Parish/Died/March 20th, 1867. 

Mary Denniston, (Daughter of) Rev. James Stephenson S. T. D./and 
Mary Clare Stephenson/born March 8th, 1865/died May 3rd. 1867. 
Stone: 

Ida M. Stone/July 8, 1852/April 4, 1921. 

William F. Stone/Sept. 4, 1840/Dec. 28, 1917. 
Templenian: 

In memory of/Susanna Templeman/who departed this life/September 
9th, 1848/in the 74th year of her age. 
Thomas: 

George Thomas/August 6, 1835/May 14, 1903. 

Ellen Ogle Thomas/wife of /Captain George Thomas/Oct. 21, 1841-Oct. 
30, 1906. 



ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH RECORDS 579 

On a window in the Chapel : 

"To the Glory of God /and in Loving Memory of /George Thomas, and/ 
Ellen Ogle, His Wife." 

In memory of/Mrs. Henrietta Thomas/who departed this life/Sept^ 
13th, 1829/aged 67 years. 
Thompson: 

Robert Thompson /April 19, 1807/October 12, 1865. 

Mary/consort of/Robert Thompson/died/Jan'y. 4th, i85o/aged/32 
years 10 mos. &/2 days. 
Wallace: 

In memory of Sarah Wallace /who departed this/life January 3, 1833/ 
aged 77 years. 
White: 

Samuel White/1814-1880. 
Zackery: 

Zacheriah Zackery /died/Feb'y- 4- 1842/aged 27 years, 9 mo./and 27 
days. 

St. Martin's Protestant Episcopal Church Records, 
Worcester Parish, Worcester Co., Md.* 

The follow-ing men were under 25 years of age, 1756: 

John Ratliff. John Farrell. 

Andrew Irons. John Fasset. 

Thomas Robeson. James Andrews. 

James Dole. Solloman Hudson. 

George Glasco. Erasmus Harris. 

Robert M. Gray. Armel Showell. 

The following men under 2^ years of age, July ij, 1762: 

William Ironshire. John Miller. 

Ebenezer Campbell. Samuel Deal. 

Sollomon Timmons. William Robeson (or Roberson) 

John Postly. Moses Halloway. 

Ananias Hudson. Charles Collins. 

Beley Wolter. John Bratten. 

* Near Showell, Md. Records are preserved in the Exchange and Savings Bank, Berlin, Md. 
Sept. 17, 1886, from the latter place, Rev. John R. Joyner, Rector Worcester Parish, wrote an 
historical letter which is published with later newspaper records in Mi. Orig. Research Soc. of 
Baltimore, No. 3, pp. 20-21. 

Records here published were copied by the late George W. Hodges. 



580 



MARYLAND RECORDS— WORCESTER COUNTY 



Vincen Crapper. 
Laban Kismet. 
Obed Gault. 
William Collier. 
Thomas Milbourn. 
Joseph Smith. 
Zedekiah Whalley. 
Rubing Crapper. 

Sally Grumby, dau. Stoutten and 

Shady Adams, b. 1805, 5, 30. 
John Aydlot, m. Hannah, 1761, 12, 
2. 

Issue: 
Tabitha, b. 1763, 3, 19. 
Morrison Ayres, m. Rachel Iron- 
shear, 1753, 8, 13. 
Issue: 
Isaac, b. 1754, 8, 20. 
Mary, b. 1756, 10, 15. 
Comfort, b. 1758, 10, 20. 
Absalom, son of Archibald and 

Anna Baker, b. 1806, 5, 7. 
Leven, son of John and Polly Baker, 

b. 1803, II, 13. 
Solomon, son of Jonathan and Polly 

Baker, b. 1805, 4, 18. 
William, son of Belitha and Nancy 

Baker, b. 1806, 8, 31. 
Solomon Baker, m. Mary Dale (ist. 
wife), 1 74 1, 6, 4. 
Issue: 
Ann, b. 1741, 2, 3-5. 
Betty Mills, b. 1746, 10, 21. 
Jon, b. 1749, 9, II. 
EHsha, b. 1752, 12, 7. 
Solomon Baker and Rachel Evans 
(2d wife), m. 1754, 12, 12. 
Issue: 
Leaven, b. 1755, 8, 35. 
Esther, b. 1758, 12, 31. 
Solomon, son of Solomon andRachel 
Baker, b. 1761, 2, 12. 



William Smith. 
John Larrance. 
John Bravard. 
Elisha Gray. 
John Massey. 
Joshua Roberson. 
Levin Dirickson. 

Zadock, son of William Baker, b. 

1750, 9, 6. 
Richard Barker and Mary Wharton, 
m. 1761, 9, 24. 
Issue: 
Benjamin, b. 1762, 6, 15. 
Burton, b. 1764, 6, 24. 
Bailey, b. 1766, 7, 29. 
John, son of Elisha and Mary 

Baynum, b. 1800, 2, 21. 
Mary, daughter of James and Ann 
Bell, b. 1803, 8, 21. 

Isaac Bell and Anne, m. . 

Issue : 
Abigail, b. 1743, 5, 23. 
William, b. 1745, 7, 17. 
Isaac, b. 1751, 5, 13. 
Stephen, b. 1753, 2, 18. 

William Bell, m. Polly, . 

Issue : 
Hetty, b. — , — , — . 
James, b. — , — , — . 
Molley, b. 1803, 2, 20. 
Nancy, b. 1807, 5, 10. 
Betsy, b. 1808, 4, 29. 
Sally, b. 1 8 14, 6, 6. 
Matilda, daughter of John and Leah 

Benson, b. 1800, 8, 2. 
John, son of Absalom and Comfort 

Bessex, b. 1740, 9, 23. 
Elizabeth, daughter of Absalom and 

Comfort Bessex, b. 1748, 9, 20. 
— ariah [Zachariah?]] Bold, m. 
Rachel Worren 1 750, 11, 30. 



ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH RECORDS 



581 



Issue: 

1751-8,8. 

1754, 12, 26. 

1758, 5, 17- 

1760, 8, 18. 

John Bradford, m. Esther Smith 

174- II. 3- 
Issue: 
Matthew, b. 174- 10, 21. 
Mary, b. 1750, 12, 4. 
Leah Breaddard, b. 173- 9, 25. 
Jerusha Breaddard, b. 173-, 10, 27. 
James Brittingham, m. Elizabeth 

Issue: 
Sally, b. 1799, 10, 20. 
Seth Harrison, b. 1801, 7, 23. 
Martha, b. 1803, 11, 11. 
Isaac, b. 1806, 2, 8. 
Daniel Williams, b. 1808, 5, 12. 
James S. son of Thomas and Char- 
lotte Buckmaster, b. 1805, 11, 18. 
McKinney Smith, son of Thomas 
and Charlotte Buckmaster, b. 
1807, 9, 25. 
Children of John and Martha Camp- 
bell: 

Mary, b. 1746, 11,2. 

John Simson, b. 1748, 4, 28. 

William Collier, m. Nancy . 

Issue: 
John, b. 1805, ID, 8. 
William, b. 1808, i, 3. 
Matilda Richards, b. 1810, 5, 

23- 
Kendell, son of Potter and Elizabeth 
Collins, m. Sarah, daughter of 
John and Mary Fassit, 1768, 4, 6. 
Issue : 
Potter, b. 1760, II, 7. 
Kendall, b. 1763, 4, i. 
James, b. 1765, 6, 10. 



Molly T. daughter of Belitha and 

Comfort Collins, b. 1805, i, 26. 
Peter CoUins, son of Ebenezer and 
Elizabeth Powell, b. 1805, 12, 26. 

, son of William and 

CoUings, b. 1740, i, 8. 

ias, son of William and 

CoUings, b. 1743, i, 21. 

, son of William and 

CoUings, b. 1745, 11, 12. 
John Cornell, m. Eda Holland 1751, 

12, 7. 
Ananias, son of Thomas Covell, b. 

1755, 10, 26. 
Jesse, son of Thomas Covell, b. 1757, 

7, 6. _ 
Isaac Covington died 1762, 4, 27. 
John, son of John and Sarah Coving- 
ton, b. 1800, 3, 20. 
Milly Cropper, b. 1802, 3, 15. 
Benjamin Davis and Mary, 173-, 

12, 26. 
Benjamin Dav-is died 1760, I, 26. 
Issue: 
Ann, b. 173- 12, 15. 
Matthias, b. 174-, 10, 25. 
Leah, b. 174-, 4, 10. 
Mary, b. 174- 3, 21. 
Abijah, b. 1752, 3, 8. 
Zipporah, b. 1753, 9, 12. 
Esther, b. 175-, 3, 12. 
Sophia, b. 17 — , 2, 28. 
Jesse, son of Elisha and Sally Davis, 

b. 1807, 4, 18. 
Elisha H., son of Elisha and Sally 

Davis, b. 1811, 3, 11. 
Eli, son of George and Sally Davis, 

b. 1804, I, 25. 
Joseph Miller, son of George and 
Sally Davis, b. 1807, 3(?), 12. 

Jesse Davis, m. Polly . 

Issue: 



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Gatty, b. 1806, 3, 28. 
Rachel, b. 1808, 4, 24. 
Julia Ann, b. 1812, 9, 13. 
John Powell, b. 1813, 11, I. 
Matthias Davis, m. Martha Powell 
1764, 12, 16. 
Issue: 
Benjamin, b. 1765, 11, 27. 
Mordecai, b. 1767, 10, 21. 
John Deal, m. Hannah Stevenson 
17—, 2, 25. 
Issue : 
Josiah, b. 17 — , il, 29. 

Joshua, b. , 2, 9. 

James, b. , li, i. 

Comfort, b. — , 12, 16. 

William, b. , 9, 16. 

Matthew, b. 17 — , 10, 17. 
Benjamin Derickson, m. Lishe 
Whorton 1730, 2, 13. 
Issue: 
Sarah, b. 1730, 2, 13. 
George, b. 1732, 6, 4. 
Solomon, b. 1734, 4, 4. 

dwrease, b. 1736, 4, 11. 

Rhoda, b. 1737/8, i, 20. 
John, b. 1740, 9, 15. 
Benjamin, b. 1742/3, i, 10. 

, b. 1744/5. 2, II. 

Hannah, b. 174-, 2, i. 

, b. 17—, 4, 25. 

Joseph Derickson, m. Mary Waples, 
1730, 10, 2y. 
Issue: 
Levin, b. 173-, — , — . 

Betty, b. . 

ichell, b. . 

Joseph, b. . 

Joseph Dirickson, m. Comfort Tun- 
nell, 1768, 2, 7. 
Issue: 
James, b. 1768, 12, 13. 



Mitchell, b. 1770, 3, 27. 
Levin, b. 1771, 10, 3. 
William Derickson, m. Arcada Haz- 
zard, 1754, 4, 7. 
Issue : 
Mary, b. 1755, 2, 18. 
Elizabeth, b. 1757, 8, 15. 
Rev. Edward Dingle, Rector of 
Worcester Parish, departed this 
Hfe, 1763, 7, I. 
Sally, daughter of James and Rachel 

Downs, b. 1802, 7, 5. 
Ann, daughter of Nathaniel Duitt 

[Dewitt?], b. 1739, 6, 18. 
Hannah, daughter of William and 

Catron Dimlap, h. 1755, 10, — . 
William, son of Edward and Polly 

Dymock, b. 1804, 3, 21. 
Elizabeth Ann, daughter of Stephen 
and Martha Ennis, h. 1815, 6, 10. 
Sarah Margaret, daughter of Ste- 
phen and Martha Ennis, b. 1824, 
8, 10. 

Evans, m. Elizabeth , 

17 — > 2, — . 
Issue: 

, b. 17—, 3, 6. 

, b. 17—, 3, 6. 

Gammay Evans, m. Rachel Lock- 
wood, 17 — , 10, 6. He died 1754. 
Issue: 
Moley, b. 17 — , 7, 12. 

Zelah, b. , 2, 25. 

Jussin (Jussier?), b. , i, 4. 

Elizabeth, b. , 6, 23. 

Rachel, b. , 6, 24. 

Gammay (Gammag?), b. , 

— . 27. 
John Evans, m. Sarah Campbell, 
1727, 2, 22. 
Issue: 
Elisha. 



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583 



John. 

Ebinezer. 
Sophia. 
Elizabeth. 
Edward. 

oe (daughter). 

David. 
John Evans Jr., m. Mary Collens, 
1756, II, 16. 
Issue : 
Rhoda, b. 1757, 9, 23. 
Elizabeth, b. 1759, 8, 4. 
EHsha, b. 1762, 4, 13. 
Edward, b. 1765, 7, 27. 
Rufus, son of Nathaniel and Mary 

Evans, h. 1799, 9, 30. 
Jesse, son of Nathaniel and Mary 

Evans, h. 1802, 4, 14. 
Nathaniel, son of Nathaniel and 
Mary Evans, b. 1807, 4, 25. 

Evans, m. Sarah Stock (or 

Hook), 17 — , II, 4. 
Issue : 
Hanner Stook (or Hook), b. 

, 4. 8. 

Herpowell, b. • , 6, 28. 

(Mar)y, b. 1742, 7, 22. 
Gammay (Gammag), b. 1744, 
II, 22. 
Walter Evans, m. Ann Truitt, 1748, 

8,9. 

Issue : 
William, b. 1749, 5, 12. 
Leah, b. 1752, 11, 6. 
Ann, b. 1754, 2, 19. 
Rodah, b. 1756, 6, 29. 
William Fortner, m. Nelly Boming, 

1759, II, 26. 
Francis, son of Thomas and Char- 
lotte Franklin, b. 1800, 5, 4. 
Moses Freeman, m. Luraner Evans, 
17—, 6, 18. 



Issue: 

John, b. , II, 9. 

Sally, daughter of Archibald and 

Rachel Gaidt, b. 1800, i, — . 
Err Truitt, son of Betesha and 

Pearcy Gray, b. 1799, 3, 28. 
Hillary Pitts, son of John and Eliza- 
beth Gray, b. 1803, 7, 10. 
Sally Parker, daughter of John and 
Elizabeth Gray, b. 1805, i, 18. 

Johnson Gray, m. Martha . 

Issue: 
Thomas Simson, b. 1795, 11,21. 
Martha, b. 1800, i, 28. 
Robert Gray, son of Rouse and 
Catharine Hanson, b. 1807, 6, 22. 
Mary Ann Charlotte Catharine, 
dau. of Rouse and Catharine 
Hanson, b. 18 10, 5, 28. 

David Hazzard, m. Sarah . 

Issue : 
Neomy, b. 1734, 3, 2. 
Sarah, b. 1738, 4, 26. 
Neriah, b. 1740, 5, 14. 
Elihu, b. 1744, 9, 15. 

John Hill, m. Margaret . 

Issue: 
Mary, b. 1803, 9, 29. 
William, b. 1807, i, 25. 
Sally Pitts, b. 1817, 11, 5. 
William, Stephen and Rebeckah 
Hill, m. EHzabeth, daughter of 
Josiah and Sophia Mitchell, 1768, 

9. 14- 

Nehemiah Hodder, m. Cade — — , 
17 — , 6, 26. 
Issue: 
Worron, b. 17 — , 12, 8. 

John, b. , 2, 26. 

Elizabeth, b. , 6, 7. 

Samuel Holland, m. Tabitha Camp- 
bell, 1744. 



584 



MARYLAND RECORDS— WORCESTER COUNTY 



Issue : 
John, b. 1746, 4, 26. 
Elizabeth, b. 1747/8, i, 12. 
Mary, b. I749/50. 3- I3- 
Samuel, b. 1752, 2, 21. 
John Holloway, m. Frances Brad- 
ford, 173-, I, 27. 
Issue : 
Esther, b. 1734, 3, 13. 
John, b. 1736, 8, 8. 
Hasy, b. 1739/40, i, 12. 
Solomon, b. 1744, 3, 30. 
Rebecah, b. 1747, 1,1. 
Elijah, b. 1754, 3, 11. 
Benjamin Schofield, son of EH and 

Patty Hashes, h. 1803, 2, 24. 
Nehemiah Howard, m. Sarah Col- 
lingwood, 17 — , 10, 28. 
Issue : 
Arlanta, b. 17 — , 8, 28. 

Sarah, b. , i, 3. 

Tabitha, b. , 2, i. 

George, b. , 10, 12. 

Elizabeth, b. , 3, 6. 

Nehemiah, b. , 12, 22. 

Mahala, daughter of Ananias and 

Lunetta Hudson, b. 1801, 6, 3. 
John Hudson, m. Rhoda Tingle, 
1751. 5. 26. 
Issue: 
Leah, b. 1754, 12, 29. 
John, b. 1756, 8, 22. 

John Hudson, m. Rachel . 

Issue : 
John, b. 1761, 7, 14. 
Catron, b. 1764, 2, 2. 
Caleb, b. 1766, 11,8. 
Joseph Ironshare, m. Esther Collins. 
Issue: 
Mary, b. 1754, 7, i. 
Elizabeth, b. 1756, 5, 25. 



Catty, daughter of Arcanias (An- 
anias?) and Rachel Jarman, b. 
1803, 3, 31. 
Martha, daughter of George and 
Comfort Jarman, h. 1746, 12, 28. 
Molla, daughter of George and 

Comfort Jarman, h. 1750, 7, 30. 
Rachel, daughter of William and 

Rehodah Justis, b. 1806, 2, 20. 
W'illiam Kershaw, m. Betty Derick- 
son, 1756, II, 24. He d. 1758, i, 
II. 

Issue: 
Mitchell, b. 1757, 12, 24. 
Betty Kershaw (widow), m. Levin 

Vaughan 1760, 5, 23. 
William Killom, m. Rachel Han- 
Icock, 1741, 12, I. 
Issue: 
Thomas, b. 1742, 10, 15. 
Tabitha, b. 1743, 4, 28. 
Maryland Rec. — 33176 Gal. 173 
Mary, b. 1747, 9, 4. 
Leah, b. 1750, 4, 22. 
John, b. 1758, 4, 14. 
Jesse, b. 1756, 7, 29. 
Eada, b. 1758, 5, 23. 
Nancy, daughter of Ezehal and 

Rhoda King, h. 1801, i, 7. 
Ebenezer Cannon, son of Ezehal and 

Rhoda King, b. 1804, 8, 22. 
James, son of Thomas and Martha 

King, h. 1804, 10, 30. 
Sarah, daughter of Thomas and 

Martha A'zwg, b. 1817, 11, 18. 
Presgrave, daughter of William and 

Sarah Kinnett, b. 1800, 5, 22. 
Dunken Farrell, son of Rebekah 
Farrell and Luke Lamb, b. 1755, 
10, 21. 
Thomas Gray, son of John and Sally 
Lane, b. 1804, 10, 26. 



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585 



Francis, son of John and Sally Lane, 

b. 1806, 12, 15. 
Thomas, son of John Kendal and 

Mary Latchem, b. 1804, 3, 9. 
Rebekah, daughter of John Kendal 
and Mary Latchem, b. 1806, 10, 
30. 
Benjamin Lockwood, m. Rebekah 
Morris, 1746, 3, 24. 
Issue: 

, b. 1746, 12, 6. 

, b. 1748, 8, 25. 

ry [Mary?], b. 1750, 7, 20. 

nah [Hannah?], b. 1752, 4, 

18. 
John Lockwood, m. Sarah Holland, 
1748, I, 2. 

Issue: 
Mary, b. 1750, 8, 17. 
Elizabeth, b. 175-, 4, 15. 

Samuel Lockwood, m. Leah , 

17 — , 12, 16. 
Issue: 
EHsha, b. 17 — , i, 17. 
Da\'id Louge, m. Ann Lockwood, 
1 73- 5, 20. 
Issue: 

ry, b. 1 73- 2, 18. 

■ b. 173- 5, 29. 

David, b. 1740, 12, 16. 

na, b. 1742, I, 12. 

Jesse, b. 1744, 12, i. 

chel, b. 1747, 6, 17. 

n, b. 1749, 2, 9. 

Mariam, b. 1750, i, 2. 
Purnell, b. 1754, 2, 17. 

• ne, daughter, b. 1756, 5, 

19. 
Rev. [Wm.] Macclenachen, Rector 
of Worcester Parish, died 1766, 8, 
3. [Became Rector Octr., 1765]. 



John Edward Henry Marshall, son 

of John and , b. 1807, — , — . 

Rachel Francher, daughter of John 

and Sary Massey, h. 1806, 5, 3. 
Louisa, daughter of John and Sary 
Massey, h. 1809, 3, 23. 

William Merrill, m. Susanne . 

Issue: 
Peter, b. 1772, 3, i. 
John, b. 1774, 6, 21. 
Kendell, b. 1777, 2, 21. 
Nancy, b. 1780, 6, 15. 
Zeno, b. 1782, 9, 8. 
Elizabeth Pitts, b. 1785, i, 28. 
Betsy Pitts, b. 1786, 10, 9. 
John, son of John and Sarah Miller, 
m. Nanny the daughter of Joseph 
and Mary Dirickson, 1762, 9, 2. 
Peggy Patey, daughter of Claray 

Mills, b. 1804, II, 30. 
John Pope Mitchell, m. Polly 
Purnall, 1773, 5, 3. 
Issue: 
Robert, b. 1774, i, 10. 
Josiah Mitchell, m. Sophia Hill, 

1753- 3- 7- 

Issue: 
Elizabeth [see Hill, Wm.], b. 

1754, 5, 22. 
Mitchell, b. 1755, 9, 4. 
Isaac, b. 1757, 9, 7. 
Robert, b. 1759, 7, 27. 
Levin, b. 1761, 6, 20. 
Mary, b. 1763, 4, 28. 
Sarah, b. 1766, 9, 7. 
Sophia, b. 1768, 12, 14. 
Ann, b. 1770, 10, 13. 
Levin Mitchell, m. Mary Murray, 
1792, 8, 29. 
Issue: 
Robert, b. 1793, 9, 20. 
Josiah, b. 1795, 8, 16. 



586 



MARYLAND RECORDS— WORCESTER COUNTY 



Peggy, b. 1797, 3, 17. 
William Murrah, b. 1799, 3, 20. 
Joshua, b. 1801, 12, — . 
Sarah, wife of Robert Mitchell, died 

1788, 9, 9. 
Bevins Morris, m. Elizabeth Truitt, 
1722, 9, 8. [See Rodney's Diary 

P- 52]- 

Issue: 

ah, b. 1723, 5, I. 

, b. 1724/5- 2, 9. 

kah, b. 1726, 4, 22. 

, b. 1729, 2, 7. 

ah, b. 1732/3. 3- 17- 

ans, b. 1734, 6, 18. 

, b. 1736, 10, 23. 

> b. 1739, 9, 2. 

ey, b. 1 741, 9, 5. 

Jared Mumford, m. Elizabeth Free- 
man, 1782, 7, II. 
Issue: 
James, b. 1784, 12, 8. 
Isaac Murray, son of Robert and 
Sarah Mitchell was b. 1788, 3, 18, 
and died 1791, 11, 21. 
William Mumford, m. — moredy 

, 1 74- 8, 27. 

Issue: 

son, b. 1751, 12, 16. 

Robert Nelson, m. Elizabeth Mil- 
burn, 1746, 12, 29. 
Issue: 
Zeruiah, b. 1749, 3, 22. 
William, b. 1752, 4, 2. 
Thomas, b. 1754, 3, 20. 
John Onion, m. Susannah Person, 
1 74- 6, 18. 
Issue: 
Selby, b. 1742, 5, 27. 
Betty, b. 1745, i, 23. 
Selby, b. 1745, 12, 8. 
John, b. 1747, 9, 2. 



Ayres, b. 1749, 2, i. 
Mary, b. 1753, 8, 23. 
Fanny, daughter of Kendall and 

Fanny Patty, b. 1805, 2, 27. 
Sally Richards, daughter of Kendall 
and Fanny Patty, b. 1807, 10, 9. 
John Franklin, son of Powell Pattey, 

b. 1741, 9, 16. 
Mary, daughter of Powell Pattey, b. 

1744, 10, II. 
Susannah, daughter of Powell 

Pattey, b. 1746, 10, 20. 
Zeno, son of Powell Pattey, b. 1748, 

2, 26. 
Kendal, son of Powell Pattey, b. 

1753, 2, 24. 
Anna, daughter of Isaac E. and 

Rhody Penawell, b. 1804, 12, 7. 
Wm. Johnson, son of Wm. Johnson 
Penewell and Haner, his wife, b. 
1804, 10, 4. 
Ann High, daughter of Jesse and 

Polly Petty, b. 1806, 9, 26. 
Hillary Pitts, m. Easther Powell, (l 
wife, died 1780, 8, 29), 1776, i, 5. 
Issue: 
Thomas Powell, b. 1777, 3, 8. 
Mary, b. 1778, 10, 21. 
William, b. 1780, 8, 16. 
Hillary Pitts, m. Sally Parker, (2d 
wife, died 1787, 6, 13), 1781, 7, 5. 
Issue: 
James, b. 1782, 4, 14. 
Ann Postley, b. 1784, 4, 14. 
Elizabeth, b. 1785, 11, 2. 
Hillary Pitts, m. Zipporah Hill, (3d 
wife, died 1790, 4, 24), 1788, 12, 

15- 

No Issue. 
Hillary Pitts, m. Catherine Purnell, 
(4 wife), 1790, 12, 21. 

Issue: 



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587 



John, b. 1793, 5, 14. 
Hillary, b. 1795, 10, 7. 
Catherine, b. 1798, li, 13. 
Robert, b. 1801, 7, 10. 
Hillary Pitts and Catharine Pitts 
were confirmed by Bishop Clag- 
gett, at St. Martin's, 1795, 7, 6. 
Polly Bratton, daughter of James 
and Margaret Pitts, b. 1803, 11, 
14. 
Leah Da\as, daughter of Calleb and 

Patty Powell, b. 1806, 9, 21. 
Elisha, daughter Elisha and Martha 

Powell, b. 1799, 7, 27. 
Littleton, son of Handy and Hetty 

Powell, b. 1805, 6, 22. 
Martha, daughter of Jesse and 

Elizabeth Powell, b. 1788, 6, 4. 
Samuel Powell, m. Rachel Peary, 

1746, 9- 3- 

Issue: 
Samuel, b. 1747, 12, 14. 
James, b. 1748, 10, 28. 
Sarah, b. 1750, 11, 19. 
Belisha, b. 1755, i, 24. 
Esther, b. 1757, 4, 7. 
John, b. 1761, 3, 27. 
Joseph Quillen, m. Elizabeth 
Lacham, 1735, 11, 9. 
Issue : 
Mary, b. 1738/9, 2, 18. 

oz, b. 1740, 9, 19. 

nah, b. 1742, 12, i. 

Benjamin, b. 1745, 9, 5. 
John, b. 1748/9, I, 29. 
Samuel, b. 1750, 2, 17. 

urse, b. 1752, 2, 14. 

Martha, b. 1754, 10, 15. 
William, son of Benjamin and 
Easter Quillen, b. 1744, 8, 10. 

Obadiah Quilling, m. Mutual . 

Issue: 



William, b. 1805, 8, 30. 
James, b. 1807, 11,5. 
John Henry, b. 1810, 5, 7. 
Peter Whaley, son of Edward and 

Hannah Revel, b. 1804, 2, 27. 
Elizabeth Aralanta [Asalanta?], 
daughter of James B. and Eliza- 
beth Robins, b. 1806, 5, 16. 

Littleton Robins, m. Martha . 

Issue: 
John Littleton Bowden, b. 

1802, 6, 14. 
James Bowden, b. 1806, I, 13. 
Ritta Benson, daughter of Joseph 
and Margaret Seals, b. 1800, 10, 

Martha Mitchell, daughter of 
Joseph and Margaret Seals, b. 
18—, — , — . 
Molly Davis, daughter of Ebze and 
Holland Smith, b. 1806, 9, 15. 

Samuel Steal, m. Elizabeth , 

17 — , 4, 28. 
Issue : 
Nanne, b. 17 — , 5, 26. 

Elizabeth, b. • , 12, 13. 

Nathaniel, b. , 2, 18. 

Barshaba, b. , 3, 18. 

Daniel, b. , 4, 21. 

John Washington, son of John and 

Polly Stuart, b. 1806, 12, 23. 
Elijah and Elisha, sons of William 
and Athellia Taylor, b. 1806, 3, 17. 
William Hazzard Taylor, m. Sarah 

Issue: 
Peggy Hannanson, b. 1800, II, 

23- 
Ann, b. 1803, 4, 5. 
Elizabeth Johnson, b. 1805, 4, 

19- 
James Madison, b. 1807, 11, 20. 



MARYLAND RECORDS— WORCESTER COUNTY 



Joseph Timmons, m. Elizabeth 
Hammon, 1728, 5, 30. 
Issue : 
Solomon, b. 1729, 5, 23. 
James, b. 1732, 5, 13. 
Elijah, b. 1736, 7, 19. 
Nathaniel, b. 1738, i, 15. 
David, b. 1740, 8, 18. 
Joseph, b. 1743, 3, 22. 
Samuel, b. 1745, 9, 9. 

Caleb Tingle, m. Elizabeth . 

Issue: 
Hannah, b. 1759, 4, i. 
Daniel, b. 1761, 8, 5. 
James, b. 1764, 2, 27. 
Elizabeth, b. 1766, 2, 25. 
Caleb, b. 1768, 3, 7. 
Elijah, b. 1777, 12, 5. 
John, b. 1780, 4, 13. 
Caleb Tingle, m. Elizabeth Fosset 
(Fasset?), 17 — , 12, 11. 
Issue: 
Mary, b. 17 — , 12, 31. 
John, b. 17—, I, 15. 

Daniel Tingle, m. Katy . 

Issue: 

, b. 1799, 10, 30. 

Elizabeth Racliff, b. 1803, i, 10. 
Mariah, b. 1804, 3, 22. 

Truitt, m. . 

Issue: 

, b. 1745, 2, 13. 

, b. 1747, II, 28. 

, b. 1750, 4, 21. 

b. 1754.3. 17- 

Nehemiah, b. 1757, 2, 13. 
James Tubes, m. Sarah Diricksen, 

(died 1753, 6, 26), 1752, 10, 9. 
James Tubes, m. Levinah Farwell, 

1754. 2, 17. 
Issue: 
Sarah, b. 1755, 4, 14. 



John, b. 1757, 2, I. 
EUzabeth, b. 1759, 10, 20. 
Joseph, b. 1762, 9, 27. 
Rebecca, b. 1766, 6, 25. 
Comfort, b. 1769, i, 4. 
William Tiinnell, m. Arlanter 
Howard, 1750, i, 13. 
Issue : 
Elizabeth, b. 1756, 10, 9. 
Scharbury, b. 1758, 11, i. 
Nehemiah, b. 1760, 12, 27. 
Levin Vaiighan, m. Betty Kershaw 

(widow), 1760, 5, 23. 
Elizabeth, daughter of William 

Walton, Jr. b. 1745, 10, 20. 
MoUe, daughter of William Walton, 
Jr. b. 1749, 6, 2. 

Isaac Warren, m. Sarah . 

Issue: 
Littleton Riley, b. 1805, 4, 2. 
Nancy Elizabeth Dale, b. 1807, 

2, 22. 
Thomas Nathaniel Williams, b. 
1809, 2, 2. 
Phillip Marsh, son of Selby and 

Sarah Warren, b. 1805, 10, 7. 
George Warrenton, m. Agnes Truitt 

1739. 9. 29- 
Issue: 
Alexander, b. 1741, 4, 5. 
Anne, b. 1743, 9, 5. 
Agnes, b. 1747, n, 3. 
George, b. 1750, 7, 19. 
Esther, b. 1753, 7, 15. 
Francis Wharton, m. Ann Harne, 

173- 4. 4- 

Issue: 
Joseph, b. 173-, 5, 30. 
John, b. 173-, 3, 16. 
Frances, b. 17 — , 12, 27. 
Harney, b. 174-, 2, 25. 
Ann, b. 174-, 10, 11. 



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589 



Sarah, b. 175-, 3, 24. 

Caleb Williams, m. Hetty . 

Issue: 
Isaac, b. 1803, 4, i. 
Lambert Ishmael, b. 1805, 4, 

22. 
Betsy, b. 1807, i, 9. 
Julian (daughter), b. 1808, 5, 

15- 
Ephriam, b. 1810, 2, 25. 
John Edward, b. 1814, 10, 15. 
Peter William, b. 1816, 9, 25. 
Catharine Purnall, daughter of 
Price and Neheomy Williams, h. 
1803, ID, 30. 
Esau Williams, m. Mary Jones, 

1767. 4. 15- 
Issue: 
Rachel, b. 1768, 9, 8. 
Nathaniel, b. 1770, 6, 11. 
Comfort, b. 1772, 4, 2. 
EHzabeth, b. 1774, 12, 17. 
John Jones, b. 1777, i, 4. 
Martha, b. 1779, 8, 28. 
Essau, son of Esau and Mary 

Williams, b. 1781, 9, 4. 
Mary, daughter of Esau and Mary 

Williams, b. 1787, i, 3. 
Jane, daughter of Esau and Mary 
Williams, b. 1790, 7, i. 

Samuel Williams, m. Rachel , 

17—. 2, 3. 

Issue: 



- 7. 31- 
, I, 3- 
— , 8, 14. 
-, I, 24. 
II, 25. 



Tamer, b. 17 

Esau, b. 

Ishmael, b. - 
David, b. — - 

Ann, b. 

Rachel, b. , — , — . 

Samuel Williams, m. Eby . 

Issue: 
Gertrude, b. 1793, 3, 3. 
Peter, b. 1796, 3, 10. 
Janet, b. 1799, 6, 23. 
Zillah Smith, b. 1802, 6, 6. 
Joel Hemans Mills, b. 1805, li 

20. 
Nucessa Ball (daughter), b 

1807, 2, 4. 
Nuaron Bell (son), b. 18 10, 11 

18. 
Samuel Hillary, b. 181 5, 12, 5 
Nanny Elizabeth, b. 18 12, 6, 5 
Jane, daughter of Thomas N. and 

Nancy Williams, h. 1806, 4, 18. 
Moses Wilson, m. Anne Wildgoose, 
17—, 3, 10. 
Issue: 
John, b. 17 
Mary, b, 
Isaac, b. 
Moses, b. 17 — , 12, I. 
Mary Ann, daughter of George and 
Hetty Woors (Moors?), b. 1806, i, 
15- 




590 MARYLAND RECORDS— WORCESTER COUNTY 

Worcester County (Md.) Marriage Licenses, 1795 
to 1799 (208) 

David Adkins m. Mary Waller, 1798, 2, 19. 
John Allen m. Lucretia Brumbly, 1796, il, 30. 
Angela Atkinson m. Sarah Hudson, 1795, 11, 30. 
William Baker m. Martha Evans, 1795, 12, 19. 
William Baynum m. Betsy Carey, 1795, 11, 30. 
William Bell m. Polly Pitts, 1797, 2, i. 
Bamaby Bernard m. Mary R. Dickerson, 1797, 6, 14. 
Thomas Bird m. Anna Flemming, 1797, 12, 20. 
Nathaniel Bishop m. Nancy Freshwater, 1798, 5, 16. 
Samuel Bishop m. Mary Smith, 1796, 10, 18. 
John Bitts (or Betts) m. Sally Truitt, 1797, 9, 28. 
James Blades m. Sarah Mclvin, 1798, 6, 9. 
Samuel Blades m. Tabitha Jones, 1796, 8, 26. 
John Bosten m. Piercy Gray, 1795, 12, i. 
John Botham m. Polly Layfield, 1798, i, 5. 
John Bourn m. Polly Coudry, 1798, I, 23. 
Ananias Bradford m. Nancy Richards, 1796, 4, 18. 
John L. Bratten m. Polly Quinton, 1798, i, 31. 
Isaac Breathards m. Sally Richards, 1797, 12, 26. 
Hanson Brian m. Nancy Holland, 1797, 2, 22. 
Isaac Brittingham m. Betsy Townsend, 1796, 9, 29. 
William Brittingham m. Polly Gostes, 1796, 7, 30. 
William C. Brown m. Leah Wilson, 1797, i, 23. 
Jabez Brumby m. Martha Farr, 1796, 10, 25. 
Edward Burbage m. Mary Smock, 1796, 7, 3. 
Thomas Calhoon m. Nancy Taylor, 1795, — , — . 
John Cathell m. Priscilla Ward, 1796, 12, 9. 
William Caudry m. Sally Bowen, 1797, 11,8. 
Eli Christopher m. Litle Driskale, 1796, 5, 3. 
Layfield Collier m. Sally White, 1797, 8, 22. 
Isaac Collins m. Tabitha Stevenson, 1798, i, 3. 
James Collins m. Polly White, 1797, 2, 8. 
Walter Collins m. Martha Townsend, 1797, 7, 18. 
William Cordy m. Betsy Mitchell, 1797, 12, 8. 
Daniel Cottingham m. Polly Tilghman, 1796, 3, 18. 
Isaac Cottingham m. Susanna Lambdon, 1799, i, 29. 
Thomas Cottingham m. Rhoda Townsend, 1796, 6, 23. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES, 1795 TO 1799 591 

Lazarus Cottman m. Betsy Bishop, 1797, i, 7. 
Abijah Davis m. Catherine Pointer, 1796, i, 4. 
Handy Davis m. Rhoda Burbage, 1797, 7, 6. 
James Davis m. Hannah Jenkins Adkins, 1797, 2, 21. 
James Davis m. Hannah Birch, 1797, 4, 17. 
Matthias Davis m. Betsy Handy, 1797, 6, 21. 
William Dixon m. Leah Dikes, 1797, 2, 17. 
Teague Donohoe m. Elizabeth Handy, 1797, 5, 19. 
Turner Dorris Jr. m. Mary Boun, 1796, 12, 21. 
Isaac Dreacken m. Mary Alexander, 1797, 9, 15. 
Elgate Drishale m. Anna Dykes, 1796, 4, 15. 
Stephen Dryden m. Catherine Dryden, 1796, i, 29. 
Josiah Duncan m. Martha M. Dale, 1795, 10, 20. 
Le\'i Duncan m. Leah Pumell, 1797, 5, 26. 
William Duncan m. Esther Holland, 1798, 3, 27. 
Cutten Ennis m. Polly Gladden, 1798, i, 12. 
Edmund Evans m. Rachel P. Milbum, 1797, II, 4. 
Joshua Evans m. Betsy Nelson, 1797, 5, 21. 
Peter Evans m. Nancy Hudson, 1796, 7, 26. 
Jesse Farlow m. Sarah Laws, 1797, 3, 7. 
William Ferguson m. Eunice Daxas, 1797, 8, 3. 
Alexander FrankHn m. Rachel Riley, 1797, 3, i. 
Thomas Franklin m. Charlotte Kirby, 1796, 6, 30. 
William Franklin m. Anna Riley, 1797, 7, 18. 
James Givans m. Betsy Lindzey, 1797, 3, 22. 
Robert Givans m. Rosanna Butler, 1795, 10, 22. 
Robert Givans m. Ruth Robertson, 1797, 10, 17. 
Levi Godfrey m. Ann T. Truitt, 1796, 5, 11. 
Henry Gomnell m. Mary P. Stevenson, 1798, i, 19. 
John Gowtes m. Polly Disharoon, 1796, 8, 17. 
Rouse Gray m. Bridgett Cathell, 1796, i, — . 
John Green m. Betsy Townsend, 1797, 3, 8. 
John Gunby (Grenby?) m. Amelia Chaille, 1798, i, 23. 
Benjamin Gurley m. Esther Sturgis, 1796, 7, 12. 
George Hall m. Hesse Bowen, 1796, 2, — . 
Benjamin Hammond m. Janet Cottingham, 1796, 7, 26. 
Bowden Hammond m. Amelia Jones, 1798, 5, 25. 
Edward Hammond m. Nancy Howard, 1796, 5, 19. 
William Hammond m. Betsy Gibbs, 1797, i, il. 
Charles Harris m. Esther Noble, 1796, 7, 15. 
Thomas Harris m. Sarah Mills, 1796, 3, 8. 
Ebenezer Hearn m. Betsy Roach, 1798, 2, 21. 



592 MARYLAND RECORDS— WORCESTER COUNTY 

Barneby Henderson m. Margaret Knox, 1797, 10, 23. 
Ezekiel Henderson m. Hannah Timmons, 1795, 12, 20. 
Isaac Henderson m. Sally Davis, 1797, 2, 22. 
Joseph Hercourt m. Polly Williams, 1798, 6, 21. 
Josiah Hill m. Polly FrankHn, 1798, 2, 28. 
Levin Hill, Jr. m. Catherine Johnson, 1798, 4, 17. 
James Hinman m. Sarah Scarborough, 1798, i, 3. 
Nehemiah Holland m. Martha Richardson, 1796, 2, 12. 
William Hoskin m. Nancy Trader, 1797, 8, 29. 
Caleb Houston m. Betsy Mills, 1797, 12, 14. 
George Houston m. Rhoda Bratten, 1796, 12, 16. 
Warren Hudder m. Polly Johnson, 1796, 12, 21. 
Arthur Hudson m. Nancy Taylor, 1797, 2, 22. 
Benjamin Hudson m. Elizabeth Williams, 1796, 3, 25. 
McKimmey Hudson m. Hannah Dymock, 1795, 12, 26. 
Robert Hudson m. Mary Atkinson, 1796, 5, 31. 
William Hudson m. Comfort Knox, 1798, 3, 7. 
WiUiam Hughes m. Mary Houston, 1796, 12, 24. 
Timothy Irons m. Sarah Dorman, 1798, 6, 22. 
John Jackson m. Elizabeth Burbage, 1796, 10, 18. 
Benjamin Jarmin m. Elizabeth Timmons, 1796, 12, 13. 
Jacob Johnson m. Nancy Armstrong, 1798, 2, 17. 
James Johnson m. Patty Baker, 1797, i, 31. 
John Johnson m. Sally Crapper, 1796, 12, 21. 
Leonard Johnson m. Aralanta Brittingham, 1795, — , — . 
James Hall Jones m. Margaret Dale, 1797, 6, 6. 
Lewis Jones m. Rachel Long, 1795, 12, 20. 
Matthew Jones m. Joanna Johnson, 1798, 2, 16. 
William Jones m. Catherine Hodder, 1798, i, 9. 
James King m. Mary Kennett, 1797, 5, 10. 
Gray Knox m. Hetty Merrill, 1798, 4, 7. 
Edward Lambdin m. Polly Merrill, 1797, 12, 22. 
William Law m. Polly Miller, 1796, 4, 25. 
Levin Layfield m. Nancy Brittingham, 1798, i, 16. 
Isaac Long m. Charlotte Griffin, 1797, 12, 13. 
Zadock Long m. Leah Whittington, 1796, 10, 13. 
Alexander Low m. Nancy Brewington, 1797, 7, 10. 
Daniel McDaniel m. Elizabeth Carey, 1797, I, 10. 
Phillip Marsh m. Polly Selby, 1797, 5, 12. 
Israel Marshall m. Polly Collyer, 1798, 2, 5. 
Zadok Marshall m. Peggy Costen, 1796, 11, 25. 
Levi Merrill m. Elizabeth Stevenson, 1798, i, 23. 



MARRIAGE LICENSES, 1795 TO 1799 593 

Jesse Mifford m. Betsy Richardson, 1797, 2, 10. 
Jonathan Miles m. Leah Tull, 1796, 12, 16. 
Robert Mitchell m. Elizabeth Mumford, 1797, 8, 18. 
Phillip Morris m. Nancy Mumford, 1795, 9, 18. 
Elijah Nelson m. Sophia Melvin, 1798, i, 4. 
Josiah Nelson m. Margaret Smith, 1796, 3, 15. 
Levi Nelson m. Hannah Mills, 1797, 12, 5. 
William Nelson m. Sally Sturgis, 1797, i, 31. 
William Nelson m. Sarah Brother^', 1797, 12, 20. 
Thomas Newbold m. Polly Taylor, 1798, 5, 22. 
Charles Parker m. Talitha Johnson, 1797, i, 10. 
John Parker m. Nancy Parker, 1796, 8, 4. 
John Pemell m. Patty Pernell, 1797, 11,8. 
McKenny Porter m. Nancy Parker, 1797, 7, 18. 
William Porter m. Naomi Sturges, 1796, i, 4. 
Caleb Powell m. Elizabeth Bethards, 1796, 2, — . 
Solomon K. Price m. Elizabeth Harris, 1797, 10, 10. 
EHjah Pruitt m. Betsy Bishop, 1797, 11, 24. 
Severn Pruitt m. Polly Merrill, 1797, 2, 16. 
John Purnell m. Dolly Bennett, 1797, i, 10. 
Milby Purnell m. Amelia Parker, 1795, 12, 8. 
John Readen m. Hesse Taylor, 1797, 11, 29. 
James Redden m. Sarah Bristor, 1798, 5, 21. 
James Reed m. Betsy Davis, 1797, 11, 24. 
Thomas Reynolds m. Dolly Boun, 1796, 12, 9. 
Jacob Richards m. Sarah Riggan, 1797, 6, 13. 
Benjamin Richardson m. Catharine Bratten, 1798, 6, 26. 
Littleton Riley m. Sally Townsend, 1796, 4, 23. 
Stephen Roach m. Mary Lambden, 1797, 8, 17. 
Sylvester Uriah Roberts m. Sarah Gillett, 1796, 10, i. 
John Rock m. Polly Mitchell, 1797, 6, 14. 
Edward Scarborough m. Nancy Selby, 1797, 5, 2. 
John Scarborough m. Elizabeth Smullen, 1796, 7, 8. 
Joseph Schoolfield m. Esther Grenby (Gunby?), 1797, 2, 28. 
William Schoolfield m. Rosanna Merrill, 1797, 9, 8. 
George Selby m. Betsy Curtis Sturges, 1797, 12, 20. 
Eli Shockley m. Betsy Colebum, 1798, 4, 27. 
Thomas Shockley m. Nancy Colebum, 1798, 4, 27. 
Andrew Simpson m. Patty Holland, 1797, 2, 28. 
John Slocomb m. Polly McCreddy, 1796, 10, 25. 
Archibald Smith m. Mar>' Hammond, 1795, 12, 18. 
John Smith m. Anna Smith, 1798, 2, 9. 
39 



594 MARYLAND RECORDS— WORCESTER COUNTY 

Robert Smith m. Sarah Martin, 1798, i, 2. 

Holland Smock m. Betsy Williams, 1798, i, 2. 

Jesse Smock m. Sally Truitt, 1797, 12, 19. 

George Staten m. Rachel Turner, 1797, 4, 17. 

Southey Sterling m. Rachel Dryden, 1797, 11, 24. 

Joseph Stevenson m. Elizabeth Stevenson, 1797, II, 30. 

John Sturges m. Tabitha Brumbly, 1797, i, 24. 

John Sturgis m. Nancy Bishop, 1797, i, 25. 

John Tarr m. Peggy Allen, 1797, I, 31. 

William Tarr m. Hannah Guthry, 1797, 9, 22. 

George Taylor m. Polly Timmons, 1796, 9, 5. 

James Taylor m. Peggy Aydlott, 1795, 12, 11. 

John Taylor m. Polly Powell, 1796, 5, 10. 

John Gibbs Taylor, jr. m. Hannah Aydlott, 1797, 10, 12. 

Samuel Taylor m. Sally Taylor, 1797, 4, 24. 

Jacob Teague m. Zipporah Rounds, 1796, 12, 21. 

Henry Thornton m. Euphame Tovvnsend, 1798, 3, 16. 

Ephraim Timmons m. Patty Holliday, 1796, 12, 16. 

Thomas Tindale m. Agnes MeKan, 1796, 12, 29. 

William Tingle m. Sarah Long, 1796, 2, 4. 

Stephen Townsend m. Esther Benson, 1796, 6, 20. 

James Tripp m. Jane Pumell, 1795, 12, 18. 

Benjamin Truitt m. Elener Johnson, 1798, 3, 26. 

George Truitt m. Sally Bishop, 1797, 10, 30. 

John K. Truitt m. Mary Teague, 1796, 3, i. 

John Tunnell m. Mary Selby, 1796, 10, 6. 

Lemuel Turner m. Sally Parker, 1797, 12, 19. 

Turpin m. Betsy Radcliffe, 1796, 5, 27. 

George Twilley m. Rosetta Taylor, 1796, 7, 3. 

Ephriam Townsend m. Rachel Custer (or Cutler?), 1796, 10, 20. 

John Walker m. Sebrina Crapper, 1798, 6, 25. 

Esom Waller m. Polly Elzey, 1797, 12, 18. 

David Walston m. Polly Moor, 1797, 11, 22. 

John Webb m. Mary Hancock, 1797, I, 4. 

Zadok Wheeler m. Martha B. Dickerson, 1796, 11, 28. 

Henry White m. Sally Lister, 1797, i, 30. 

Thomas White m. Sarah Nuton, 1796, 8, 20. 

William S. White, Jr. m. Betsy S. Waggaman, 1796, 4, 11. 

Eli Williams m. Euphamy Jones, 1798, 5, 22. 

Thomas Williams m. Nancy Parker, 1797, 2, 27. 

John Willson m. Sarah Ennis, 1796, 7, 25. 

Thomas Wilson m. Elizabeth Fisher, 1796, 11, 30. 



MARRIAGES IN MARYLAND AND DELAWARE 595 

Hezekiah Wright m. Elizabeth Riley, 1796, 7, 11. 
Lot Wright m. Esther Evans, 1798, 2, 6. 
Absalom Wyatt m. Nancy Pennewill, 1795, 12, il. 



Record of Marriages in Maryland and Delaware, 

By Rev. George Moore, 1789-1810* 

(202 persons) 

Bamiby, Richard and Mary Allen, July 12, 1796. 
Beard, John and Rachel Mansfield, June 5, 1792. 
Boyles, Robert and EHzabeth Hammon, Jan. 9, 1801. 
Brown, W". and Elizabeth Etherington, July 28, 1796. 
Christfield, Gilbert and Mary Redgrave, Jan. 6, 1799. 
Clayton, John and Isabella Simmonds, Jan. 26, 1790. 
Colder [Colver?]], Nathaniel and Sarah Spearman, Feb. i, 1795. 
Comegys, Abraham and Ann Smith, Dec. 10, 1793. 
Conner, James and Elizabeth Campbell, Jan. 13, 1799. 
Cooper, Ephraim and Mary Sartain, May 5, 1792. 
Copper, Darius and Mary Watts, Nov. 24, 1799. 
Crouch, Thomas and Mary Sewell, June 25, 1795. 
Davidson, W"". and Ann Jury, Oct. 22, 1795. "Returned." 
Davis, John and Sarah Vansant, Feb. 23, 1797. 
Davis, W". and EHzabeth Cherrington, Dec. 9, 1799. 
Dawney, John and Marea Duyer, Jan. 5, 1804. 
Dill, John and Hanny Dill, June i, 1804. 
Duffey, John and Martha Hance, Aug. 19, 1790. 
Duyer, W". and Elizabeth Briscoe, Alay II, 1797. 
Eliason, Ebenezer and Rebecca Caman, June 12, 1798. 
Eliason, Elijah and Tobitha Bristow, Dec. 30, 1790. 
Elliott, Benjamin and Margaret Crouch, Jan. 26, 1795. 
Farmer, Thomas and Rachel Lasley, Sept. 9, 1795. 
Fletcher, James and Comfort Messeck, Jan. 11, 1793. 
Gears, John and Sarah Husler, Dec. 19, 1793. 
Glenn, Peregrine and Mary Ann Briscoe, June 26, 1795. 
Gonee, Rudolph and Elisabeth Heaver (Header), Oct. 27, 1796. "Re- 
turned." 

* From original record in Burton Historical Collection, Burton Library, Detroit, Mich, and 
published through "its courtesy. Published also in Manuscripts From The Burton Historical 
Collection No. 2," pp. 52-57. (Probably Kent, Cecil, &c. marriages?) 



596 MARYLAND RECORDS— BY REV. GEORGE MOORE 

Grace, William and Elizabeth Moore, July 9, 1789. 

Grant, Jams and Catharine Reading, Jan. 31, 1802. 

Hackett, W". and Cornelia Pennington, Oct. 12, 1793. 

Haley, Jams and Mary Robinett, Oct. 12, 1789. 

Harmon, John and Arimantha Eliason, Mch. 22, 1810. 

Harper, Joseph and Martha Meeks, Aug. 30, 1804. 

Hewett, Thomas and Mary Shawn, Mch. 28, 1790. 

Hines, Edward and Elizabeth Copper, Dec. 30, 1802. 

Hines, John and Susan Russel, Sept. 24, 1800. 

Hinton, Jeremiah and Rebecca Melson, Dec. 29, 1799. 

Homey, W"". and Nelly M-^Carty, Sept. 22, 1798. "Returned this list. 

Howard, Benjamin and Rachel Greenwood, Feb. 5, 1801. 

Jackson, Tarbutt and Mary Rogers, Jan. 29, 1792. 

Jarvis, Joseph and Elizabeth Barnaby, Dec. 10, 1796. 

Jons, Simon Pryor and Sarah Galloway Thrift, Aug. 19, 1790. 

Kendall, W"". and Rebecca Johnson, May 27, 1800. 

Kerbey, Caleb and Maria Sharpless, Aug. 31, 1800. 

Kirk, John and Sarah Roberts, Dec. 27, 1789. 

Logue, W"*. and Ann Smith, Jan. i, 1795. 

M'^Daniel, W"". and Milicent Cornelius, Sept. 24, 1795. 

M'^Dowell, W"". and Jean Dougherty, Aug. 24, 1790. 

M'^Feely, John and Elizabeth Bateman, Dec. 28, 1800. 

M'^Neal, Archabald and Frances Allen, Sept. 12, 1795. 

Mahannah, John and Elizabeth Lasly, July 20, 1799. 

ManHy, Nicholas George and Millicent Kinkiy, Dec. 23, 1789. 

Manly, Jams and Lydia Liason, Mch. 13, 1790. 

Manly, John and Susannah Cox, Apr. 15, 1790. 

Meekes, Aquilla and Ann Cannell, Mch. 17, 1799. 

Miers, W"". and Jerusha Falconar, Aug. 18, 1791. 

Mussey, Francis and Milcha Ussleton, May 11, 1801. 

Oliver, Joseph and Rainey Gibbs, Feb. 4, 1792. 

Ozier, Joseph and Elizabeth Stuart, May i, 1798. 

Pennington, Joseph and Ann Pennington, Mch. 2, 1797. 

Pennington, Samuel and Sarah Etherington, Nov. 5, 1789. 

Pope, W". and Elizabeth Hopkins, Nov. 9, 1801. 

Read, Caleb and Polly Greenwood, Feb. 12, 1804. 

Reed, John and Elizabeth Jeffers, Mch. 18, 1800. 

Reed, Joseph and Elizabeth Hurtt, Aug. 30, 1797. "Returned this list. 

Rochester, Richard and Rebecca Pratt, Jan. i, 1795. 

Roggester, John and Sarah George, Feb. 4, 1792. 

Russel, Theophilus and Ann Tittle, Apr. i, 1804. 

Ruth, Christopher and Elizabeth Miers, Apr. 8, 1800. 



LIST OF MARRIAGES 597 

Sappington, Lambert and Mary Wilson, Jan. 15, 1795. 

Sappington, Nathaniel and Hannah Meeks, May 26, 1799. 

Severson, Hance and Rebecca Price, Dec. 12, 1793. 

Shahawn, Charles and Mary Vansant, Mch. 28, 1790. 

Smith, W". and Ann Haward, Mch. 20, 1798. 

Spencer, Labert W. and Ann Spencer, Sept. 13, 1804. 

Stavely, John and Elizabeth Rayner, Jan. 26, 1802. 

Taylor, John and Sarah Gay, Feb. 14, 1796. 

Thompson, W"". and Hosanna Pennington, Dec. 26, 1794. 

Toenir, Moses and Elizabeth Cohee, Oct. 18, 1791. 

Tompson, John and Catherin Homer, Oct. 18, 1791. 

Vansant, Joshua and Ann Davis, May 10, 1798. 

Walmsley, Thomas and Rebecca James, Apr. 22, 1790. 

Watts, John and Elizabeth Ricketts, Nov. 30, 1800. 

Way, George and Ann Tuttle, Mch. 19, 1801. 

White, W™. and Ann Redgrove, Jan. 8, 1797. 

Young, Hugh and Elenor Durham, Dec. 23, 1790. (Harford Co.) 

* Watson, William and Catharine Riley, 21 Oct., 181 1. 

William Watson died Oct. 28, 1815, aged 34. 

Catharine Watson died Sept. 23, 1870. 

Mary Jane Watson b. May 19, 1813. 

William Geo. Watson b. Mch. 25, 1815. 



List of Marriages by Publication in the Delaware 
State by Rev. George Moore 

Fowler, Jesse and Lucretia ALCrackin "was married Delaware State, 

Susex Co., Dec. the 2o">, 1792." 
Herrington, John and Hannah Marshel, Feb. 7, 1791. "York Co. State of 

Pa." 
Ritch Peter and Rodey Hardinigth, May ye 3rd, 1789. 

* In the same book, but not in the handwriting of Rev. Geo. Moore. 



598 MARRIAGES IN MARYLAND AND DELAWARE 

"List of Marriages by License in the State ot Del- 
laware in the Year 1788 by Me George Moore" 

Appleton, Robart and Line Read, Sept. i6, 1790. 

Bolton, W". and Mary Darling, Nov. 30, 1802. 

Caman, John and Rebecca Hynson, Dec. 13, 1798. 

Clark, W--. and Mary Mears, March 5, 1789. 

Griffith, Benjamin and Mary Moore, Jan. 26, 1790. 

Gutrey, Robard and Rachel Biddel, Feb. 22, 1790. 

Haindsley, Ambroius and Ann Herrington, Nov. 2, 1788. 

Kelley, W°. and Jane Ray, Jan. 16, 1790. 

Pollard, W". and Ann Egleson, June 18, 1790. 

Robards, Benjamin and Nessa Rothwell, Oct. 8, 1789. 

Wright, John and Maacha Low, Feb. 6, 1791. "York Co., State of Pa. 



INDEX* 



Abbington Manor, 3. 

Abbott, Geo., 314, 498— Mary 
Anne, 439 — Sarah, 466. 

Abell, Able, Anthony, 54, 58 — 
Elizabeth, 66 — Ignatius, 66 — 
John, 64, 65, 67, 498 — Lidia, 
64 — Philip, 64 — Saml., 64, 66. 

Abet, Abett, Sarah and Thos., 
89. 

Abraham, Sarah, 531. 

Abricks, Herman, — . 

AccoNY, Margareth, 530. 

Achilles, Peter, 311. 

Acker, Geo. B., 498. 

AcKMAN, Philip, 89. 

Acorn, Thos., 224. 

Acton, Henry, 265 (2) — Small- 
wood, 265. 

Act of Congress, Pensions, 314. 

Adair, Wm., 526. 

Adam, Adams, Addams, Adames, 
Aaron, 415 — Adam, 314 — 
Amelia, 489 — Andrew, 58 — 
Andrus, 53 — Antereus, 498 — 
Benj., 28 — Betty, 105 — Char- 
ity, 490 — Eleanor, 552, 560 — 
Elizabeth, 459 — Ephraim, 76, 
77 — Geo., 308, 415 — Hance, 
415— Henry, 53, 58, 498— 
James, 77, 290, 498 — ^John, 
170, 251, 415, 498, 552, 560— 
John Rouse, 26 — Joseph, 266 



— Joshua, 415 — Lodowick, 28 
— Luke, 305 — McNamara, 89 
— Magd., 509 — Martin, 53, 
58— Mary, 53, 58, 77, 104, 
451, 501 — Morrison, 580 — 
Moses, 415 — Peter, 98 — Re- 
becca, 76 — Richd., 26, 307 — 
Robt., 275 — Salathal, 98 — 
Sally, 552 — Sally Grumby, 580 
— Saml., 489 — Sarah, 474 
—Shady, 580 — Stoutten, 580 
— Thos., 28, 98, 251, 415, 523 
—Thos. McG., 251— Wm., 
289. 

Adamson, Ruth, 520. 

Addison, Elianor, 513 — Freder- 
ick, 498 — John, — , 279 — 
Walter Dulany, — . 

Addlesberger, Adelsperger, 
etc., Geo. and Joshua, 498. 

Aderton, Joseph, 488. 

Adkey, Nathan, 197. 

Adkin, Adkins, Chas., 498 — 
David, 590 — Hannah Jenkins, 
591 — Rachel, 89. 

Adley, Wm., 90. 

Adlum, John, 498, 499 — Mar- 
garet, 498. 

Ady, Wm., 234. 

Affirmation, 252, 261, 269, 275, 
278. 

Ahalt, Henry, 499. 

Aider, Geo., 499. 

AiDiNGS, Ann, 453. 



Ailsworth, Robt., 415. 

AiREY, Thos. H., 109. 

AisQUiTH, Chas., 415 — Mary 
Jane, 486. 

Alaine, Geo., 499. 

Albach, An. M., 503 — Chris- 
tian, David, Moritz, Wm., 499. 

Albaugh, Albough, Ann, 55, 56, 
60 — Edwd., Elias V., Geo., 
Isaac, 499 — John, 55, 60, 499 
— Peter, 55, 60 — Susannah, 
499 — Zacheriah, 55, 56, 60. 

Albee, John, 296. 

Albert, Jacob, 3 14. 

Albright, Henry, 499. 

Albritton, Chas., 491. 

Alcock, Robt., 315, 415. 

Alder, AUder, Geo., 267 — Geo. 
W. and John, 499. 

Alderdice, Hugh, 499. 

Aldridge, Evan J., Geo. W., 
and John, 499 — Jacob, 255. 

Aldmand, Sarah, 180. 

Aldren, Elizabeth, 227. 

Aleway, Thos., 207. 

Alexander, Christian, 76 — 
Davis, 535 — Ephraim, Frank- 
lin, Fred., Geo. W., Henry, 
Joseph, 499 — Jacob, 315 — 
James, 76, 236 — Jane, 500 — 
Marg., 50i^Mary, 315, 529, 
591 — Robt., 76, 77 — Valen- 
tine, 499 — Wm., 106, 415. 

Alexson, Alexander, 90. 



* Names of slaves are omitted. Figures in parentheses, "265 (2)," mean that the name occurs that 
number of times on the indicated page, but it is well to run through the entire page as this practice 
applies only to a part of the book. 

The following imperfect records may assist some searchers: 



■wes, 223 




ilder, 229 


, John, 303 


■orkston, John, 


227 


kril, 229 


, Nathan, 304 


-allehorn, 229 




lets, 230 


C , Matthew, "41, 


-ke, 229 




arron, 230 


Mc , Benja. 303 


-k, 230 




nes, 230 


S , Tho». 304 


-np, 229 









599 



6oo 



INDEX 



Alport, John, 499. 

All, Hannah, 179 — Jane, 433 — 
Margaret, 179. 

All Faith's Parish, 535. 

Allas, Elias John, 499. 

Alley, Wm., 307. 

Alldridge, John, 499. 

Allek, Alin, Adams, 415 — 
Ann, 80, 438 — Ann, 80, 438^ 
Austin, 272 — Azel, 415 — Bar- 
bara, 486 — Bartholomew, 492 
— Benj., 21, 22, 415 — Chlaeh, 
491 — Dorothey, 433 — Eleanor, 
421 — Frances, 596 — Geo., 415, 
499 — Harriet, 436 — Henry, 539 
— Isaac H., 499 — Jacob, 315, 
346 — James, 495, 499 — John, 
234, 247, 415. 590— Joseph, 21, 
261 — Joseph McCubbin, 415 — • 
Martha, 418 — Mary, 453, 479, 
S3°! S9S — Moses, 227 — Na- 
than, 315— Peggy, S94— Pres- 
seller, 82— Rachel, 452, 467 — 
Robt. Henry, 539 — Ruth, 487 
— Sarah, 453, 539 — Steven, 
315. 338— Susanna, 453— 
Thos., 311 — Wm., 296, 415, 

535- 

Allender, John, 236 — Mar- 
garet, 531 — Mary, 526 — Thos., 
235— Wm., 235. 

Alleway, Wm., 229. 

Alley, Ally, Shadrack, 490 — 
Wm., 212. 

Allham, Daniel, 172. 

Allison, Ale.xn., 246 — Ann, 560 

— Chas., , Christian, 

554 — EUia", 520 — Elisha Of- 
futt, 544 — Elisha, 566 — Eliza- 
beth, 521, 545, 547, 554. S59— 
Geo., 499, 546 — Greenburg, 
546 — Henr>', 499 — Hughe, 529 
— ^James, xiii, 74, 415 — Joanna, 
546 — John, xiii, xiv, 74, 545, 
S47. 554— John B., 559— 
Joseph, xiii, 74 — ^Joshua, 544, 
546, 554 — Lucinda Higgins, 
545- — Luraner, 554 — Mary, 
S°9> 559 — Nancy Muncaster, 
546— Noah, 547 — Prescilla, 



544, 546, 554— Robt., , 

Ruth, 516 — Susanna, 565 — 

Thos., xiii, xiv, 74, 517 — Wm., 

113. 
Almony, John, 241. 
Alnut, Allnut, Jane, 561— 

Nathan, 415 — Wm., 516. 
Allwell, John and Wm., 415. 
Alsop, Alsip, Alley, 472 — 

Holsey, 415 — John, 315. 
Alter, Eliz., 525 — Mag^-, 525 — 

Man.% 524 — Rebecca, 526. 
Althoff, Henry, 500. 
Altigh, Michael, 315. 
Alton, John, 238. 
Altried, Geo. M., 500. 
Altvvein, Chas., 500. 
Alvey, Elizabeth, 470 — Josias, 

315- 

Alward, John, 311. 

Aman, Geo., 500 — John, 415. 

Amass, Wm. of Joshua, 246. 

Ambers, Geo. W., 500. 

Ambler, John, 415 — Thos., 293. 

Ambrose, Ambrosius, Chris- 
topher, Geo., Geo. H., Geo. 
W., Henry W., John, 500. 

Amelong, Fredk. M., 500. 

Ames, Margaret, 486. 

Amir, Wm., 287. 

Ammons, Ann, Margaret, Mary, 
Thos., 119. 

Amos, Amoss, Aquila, 238^ 
Benj., 238, 241 — Elizabeth, 
315 — Geo., 238 — Hannah, 495 
— Henry, 242 — James, 238, 
241 — John, 165 — Joshua, 238, 
241, 315, 331 — Maulden, 234 
Mordacai, 238 — Nicholas, 
241 — Robert, 241, 242 — Wm., 
238 (2), 315, 331. 

Anchors, Deborah, 542 — Edwd., 
542 — Snowden, 516, 542. 

Ancony, Henry, 526. 

Ancrum, Jacob, 500. 

Anders, Geo., Geo. J., Henry, 
500. 

Anderson, Alfred, 555^Amous, 
192 — Andrew, 415 — Ann, 456, 
490, 514. 543. 544. 546, 555 



— Ann Duckett, 440 — Annei 
5 18 — Chas., 186, 192 — Col. 
(Richd?), 543, 567 — Daniel, 
186, 192 — David, 554 — Ed- 
ward, 415 — Edwd. H., 500 — 
Eleanor, 549 — Elizabeth, 128, 
416, 418, 419, 493, 547, 510— 
Francis, 500 — Geo., 113, 500 
— Geo. H. and Geo. W., 500 — 
Gilbert, xiii — Grace, 192 — 
Harriot, 556 — Hugh, 500 — 
Jacob, 416 — James, 192, 197, 
238, 416, 495, 547— Jane, 113 
— Jemima, 519 — Jenny, 113 — 
John, 104, 128, 197, 315, 500, 
549. 556 — -Jonathan M., 500 — 
Joseph, xiii (2), 25, 74, 416 — 
Joshua, 416 — Julia, 463 — Ju- 
liet, 543 — Lilly, 418 — Lucy, 
511 — Lydia, 460 — Margaret, 
xiii, 186 — Mary, 113, 128, 186, 
192, 549, 554, 556 — Mary Ann, 
535 — Mrs.—, 565 — Mounts, 
311 — Prissiller, 186 — Rebecca, 
521 — Reb. Maria Harriet, 422 
—Richd., 192, 315, 543, 544, 
546, 555— Robt., 128, 547— 
Saml., 416 — Sarah, 186, 192 — 
Susanna, 546, 567 — Thos., 416 
— Wm., 128, 192, 416. 

Andrews, Andros, Abraham, 
239 — Eliza., 492 — Isaac, 100 
— James, 579 — Joseph, 98 — 
Keziah, 100 — Lidia, 452 — Na- 
thal, 100 — Rubin, too — Susan- 
nah, 470 — Thos., 243, 500— 
Wm., 416. 

Angel, Angle, Henry, 523 — 
Isaac, 500 — Wm., 89. 

Angleberger, Geo. and Geo. 
David, 5CX5. 

Angler, Rachel, 464. 

Anglin, Atlanatious, 416 — 
Sarah, 469. 

Anleton, Peter, 311. 

Anly, Ann, 489. 

Annan, Isaac S., 500. 

Annapolis, 311, 335 — Artillery- 
Co., defense of, 405. 

Anne Arundel Co., 15 — Mar- 



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riages, vi, 413 to 487; Manour, 
2, 17 — Militia, 405. 

Annes, Annis, Christian, 471 — 
Micajah, 315 — Sarah, 464. 

Ansherman, David, 500. 

Anst, Antes, Adam, 500 — 
Sarah, 499. 

Antel, Ann, 177 — Blanch, 176 — • 
Hannah, 177 — John, 176, 177 
— Sarah, and Thos., 177. 

Anvard, Thos. L., 500. 

AooisTocK, Peter, 233. 

Apolo, Benj. M., 500. 

Apple, Mary Elizth., 503. 

Applebee, Appleby, Joseph, 500 
— Rezin, 416. 

Applegirth, Geo., 220 — Robt., 
218. 

Appler, Isaac, 500. 

Appleton, Appelton, Edwd., 
242 — Robart, 598. 

Archer, John, 236, 242, 244. 

Archey, Edwd., 559. 

Archibald, Wm., 529. 

Arenson, Cornelius, 311. 

Arescott, Richd., 197. 

Armager, Armiger, Armaja, 
Ann, 464 — Benj., 416 — John, 
416 — Leonard, 416 — Mary, 
423, 445, 457, 484— Saml., 416 
— Sarah, 481 — Thos., 416 — 
Wm., 416. 

Armand's Corps, 401. 

Armitage (Hermitage?) Hun- 
dred, 89. 

Armond, Elizabeth, Hanna, 
Isaac, Thos., Wm., 113. 

Armsey, Benj., Burch, John, 
Easter, 542. 

Armstrong, Alishea, 184 — 
Catharine, 72 — David, 159, 
529 — Diana, 72 — Elizabeth, 
458 — Ezebel, 172 — Ford, 184 
— Hannah, 184 — Hellen, 72 — 
Jacob, 500 — James, 72, 243 — 
John, 172, 234, 240 — Joseph, 
184, 500 — Josua, 184 — Mar- 
gret, 184 — Mary, 129, 159, 
184, 531 — Nancy, 592 — Rob- 
ert, 159, 172, 529 — Sarah, 159 



— Sheperd, 234 — Sollaman, 
184 — Susanna, 147 — Wm., 
172,514. 

Arndperger, John, 501. 

Arnett, Ann, 108 — Issabella, 
155 — James, 108 — Wm., 155. 

Arnold, Arnhold, Aeda, 517 — 
Cassandra, 555 — Christopher, 
307 — Croscil (?), 183 — Cum- 
fort, 183 — Daniel, 501 — Elin, 
501 — Elizabeth, 119 — Eph- 
raim, 119, 183, 501 — Ezra, 501 
— Frederick, 501 — Henry, 525 
— Huldah,50i — John, 416, 501, 
523 — Jonathan, 501 — Marah, 
183 — Man,-, 448, 555 — Nancy, 
448— Rachel, 498— Richd., 
Robt. and Saml., 416 — Sarah, 
119 — Sus., 525 — Thos., 555— 
Wm., 119, 183. 

Ars, Artz, Edwin, 501 — James, 
516 — John, 192. 

Arthur, Hiram and John, 501. 

Arvin, Thos., 3